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1 AIRCRAFT AND FLIGHT EQUIPMENT .1 

ASTRONOMY, GEOPHYSICS, AND GEOGRAPHY ,. 

CHEMICAL WARFARE EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS . , . 

CHEMISTRY \, 

COMMUNICATIONS '. . 

DETECTION No Entries 

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT NolEntries 

ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT '. . 6 

FLUID MECHANICS 10 

FUELS AND COMBUSTION 1 . 12 

GROUND TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT No ^Entries 



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3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
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10 
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12 
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GUIDED MISSILES 

INSTALLATIONS AND CONSTRUCTION 

MATERIALS (NON-METALUC) i . 

MATHEMATICS 

MEDICAL SCIENCES 

METALLURGY , 

MILITARY SCIENCES AND OPERATIONS .No Entries 

NAVIGATION No Entries 

NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY 21 

NUCLEAR PROPULSION No Entries 

ORDNANCE 22 

PERSONNEL AND TRAINING 23 

, PHOTOGRAPHY AND OTHER REPRODUCTION 

PROCESSES No Entries 

PHYSICS ; 4 24 

PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT v28 

PROPULSION SYSTEMS ' 29 

PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN ENGINEERING 29 

QUARTERMASTER EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ... No Entries 

RESEARCH AND RESEARCH EQUIPMENT 29 

SHIPS AND MARINE EQUIPMENT 31 

MISCELLANEOUS ARTS AND SCIENCES 32 

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NON-MILITARY AND OLDER MILITARY RESEARCH REPORTS 



ASTRONOMY. 

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES .>..,4^v 

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES >^^=>^=^ 

CHEMISTRY r. 

EARTH SCIENCES ... .1 

ENGINEERING U 

FOOD, HANDLING, AND PACKAGING EQUIPMENT 

MACHINERY, FABRICATION, AND ACCESSORY EQUIPMfiNT . 

MATERIALS ♦ 

MATHEMATICS ! • 

MECHANICS I 

METALLURGY 

NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY 

PERSONNEL SUPPLIES AND PERSONAL EQUIPMENT 

PHYSICS 

RESEARCH METHODS/ TECHNIQUES AND EQUIPMENT 



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ABSTNACTS 

TELE^ONe COHHWNICATION SYSTtHf 

«Evie« OF SJVItT LirE««TUHt ON 
COrt'-ONICATION uOUlP"! or ELtCTILsTION 
OF ABSTS^CT*. TtLt^HO^t CU^tfONICA- 
Tlu^ SrSTEH*. 

ACtTYLCHOtINf 

NCHves 

tFFtCTS.nr ACETYLCMOtlNEl i>W TMC 
HAM>>ALI*N MPTUK END-PLATE. 

A0>«|6 MJ OIV. \f> 

ACIDi 

BLooo umm 

STUOY OF THE 0M6ASIC ACIftt IN 
SEKOMi twiNE AM BLOOD aiALYtAT? OT 
PATIENTS HITM OKEHI*. 

AO-416 76a OtV. 16 

ACOUSTIC PROPERTIM 
PROPAaATION 

PERT'JRdATIo* &ULUTIJ:4S FCH NON- 
LIxLAN fUAMF aAVL ECOATIONS 0^ 
ACJI'STIC*. 

AO-MIT 0*7 DIV. ?5 

ACOUSTICS 
EQUATIONS 

►'EKT'J'^BATIO* SOLUTIONS FOi« NON- 
LIhEAR t^ANr (AVE EQUATIONS OF 
ACUISTICS. 

A0-<»17 0B7 UI». 25 

.ACOUSTICS 
FISHES 

THt ACOi;<TI>.AL PHQPtHTIES OF C0><- 
fACTEO SCHOOLS OF FISH, 

AO-4H6 S*} urv. 25 

. ACOUSTICS 

RESEARCH PROARAM AOMINISTRATION 

HESEARCn It NONLINEA.* SONIC 
PHtNOHCJ* 1* SJHHAKIZEJI FINAL 
.REPORT. 

.A0>«t6 *02 OIV. 25 

AO^SiVES 

TEST NETHOOS 

iHE*"* ST»ENuTH AND StlEAR I40DULUS 
TEjT SPECIMENS FOR «DHc3IVCS. 

AO-416 '6»7 U!V. lu 

AIR MASS ANALYSIS 
ATKOSPHERE 

*IH 10Vt.»'ENr OVER Jtt CAUCASUS 
MOUNTAINS. 

A0<-4lt 7TT OIV. 2 

AIRCRAFT 

^ATieuC (NCCHANICII 

HEVIE» *»0 ANALYSIS JF CUMOLATiVF- 
FATIGUE-0A1«I.E TMEOFies. 

AO-416 640 DIM. 1 

AIRFRAHES 
VlttRATION 

VlUHATOXV MkSPONSE OF ^ . 

STKlCTJ^e i,i>CH AS A»' AMCRAFt. FUSELAGE 
OH ►'ISSILE TO A RANOOI EXTERNAL rO!«C- 
INli FU'<C TIC'S. 

AO-416 7*4 01^ 

AIRPORTS 
OPERATION 

«IRP)RT OPERATIONS t^ THE 
YOrt» /ItTROHOLlrAN A'EA. 

AO-416 S41 Utt* 

ALTITUDE CHAMBERS 
CONTROL 

AUXILIAHV EJECTOR EFFECTs'oN HOCKET 
OHIVEN MFFI'SErt PLRFORHANCE OUK I NG 
THKUST V«m«TlJN. 

AO-417 039 UI«, 30 

ARMINB DEVICES ' 

MINIATURE ELECTRONIC EOUIPNCMT 

flNIATUMr SJLIO STATE tHM SAFE jr- 
VltE F01 GjIUEj MISSILE "ARHEAU. 
AO-416 631 0I», 22 

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIBENCE 
0I6ITAL COHPUTfcRj 

"AN-COMPUTE-* INTERFACE I POSSIBLE 
LIrtlTS SHO FxTu4SI0NS JF THT US' OF 
C0H>'UTe'?S. 

AD-416 612 UIV. ^0 

ATMOSPHERE 
TURBULENCE 

A UCVICL FOk MEASURE lENT ANO 
RECORDING OF ATMOSPHERIC TURHJLENCE. 
AO-416 776 DIV. 25 

ATMOSPHERE ENTRY 
SIMULATION 

AN EKPEx I MENTAL I NVEsTI liATION OP 
TmL OXI'JATI'^n jF (.KAPmITE in DISSO- 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



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CIATEU AIR. 

AO-416 607 DIV. 12 

ATOMIC STRUCTURE 
LINE SPECTRUM 

HYPEVINF SHIFT ANO ISOTOPE SHIFT 
IN AT01IC S»LCIRA. 

A0-4t6 766 DIV. 25 

•ACrCRIA 

BIBLIOaRAPHIES 

FIbl:01jK«PHY on LEPTOSPIROSIS. 
AO-416 660 UIV. 16 

BALLOON EOUIPPCNT 
• INO 

•INO PROTECTION F0« KAOIOSONDE 
BALLOONS. 

AO-416 774 DIV. 2 

BALLOONS 

BAS BENCRATINa SYSTEMS 

DESI'.^l ANO FABKICATION OF SODIUM 
BOMl)HTU>»IDt AND SOOIUM ALUMINUM 
HYURIOE CA.^ISTtKS ANO A MODEL HYORO- 
av* GEmERAT'^K. 

AD-416 592 DIV. 26 

BAND-PASS FILTERS 
BROADBAND 

• lot UA.»p Electronically tunable 

FILTERS. 

A0-4t6 747 DIV. A 

BESUL FUNCTIONS 

DIFFERENTIAL EdUATIONS 

FOHTUN PROuKAM TO CALCULATE 
BEiSEL F.JNCTIO^S. 

AO-416 797 OIV. 15 

BIBLIOBRAPHIES 
ALtiEBRAS 

FINAL RtPOMI ON RESEARCH PKOJECT I- 
FUkCTIOM SHICE^ ANO ALiEBRAS ON 
GROUPS InlCLI'DInb BIPL IO.jRAPHY OF NOTE! 
ANU POJLICATIO^S. 

AO-416 SaS DIV. 15 

BIBLIOBRAPHIES 
BACTERIA 

BIttLIOGKAPMY ON LEPTOSPIROSIS. 
AO-416 660 -0*V. 10, 

BIBLiOGRAPHUS 

ROCKET M0T0»8 (SOLIB PROPELLANTt 

BIBLIOGMAPHY OF REPORTS ON REVERSE 
TMHUST SYSTEM KOCKET MOTORS FOR THE 
MINUTEMAN MISSILE. 

AD-416 634 OIV. 27 

BIOPHYSICS 

SPEECH TRANSMISSION 

EFFECTS OF wOU-FBEOUENCY VI- 
BKATIOH 12-20 CPSI ON SPEECH 
PRODUCTION. 

AD-416 B16 OIV. 16 

BLOOO SERUM 
ACIDS 

STUOY OF TML ORGANIC ACIDS IN 
SEKUM. >RINF AiO BLOOO JIALYSATE OF 
PATIENTS alTH oREmI*. 

AO-416 T*a DIV. 16 

BONO I NB 

AOHESIVES 

SHEA'* STRENGTH ANO S-lEAR MODULUS 
TE»T SPECIMENS FOK AOHESIVES. 

AO-416 617 OIV. 14 

BORON COMPOUNOS 
POLYMERIZATION 

ONCOJVENTIO.AL POLYMERUATION 
TECHMJJES ANO SEMI-INOKGANIC BORON 
COr<iTAINING POLYMERS. 

AO-416 61V DIV. 4 

BOUNUARY LAVE* 
QAS FLO« 

LAMI MR B0U'40AhY LAYER FLO* OF A 
BINARY UAS. 

AD-416 7a» OIV. 9 

BRAIN 

SSNSONV MECHANISMS 

FINAL KEOOKT ON RESEARCH ON 
NEURAL lEMoRY SYSTLPS. 

AO-416 526 OIV. 16 

BRAZINB 

REFRACTORY METALS S ALLOYS 

EXOr'IE>«"IC dRA^ING OF REFRACTORY 
ALLOYS. 

AO-416 57) DIV. 26 

CATHODE RAY TUBES 

MANUFACTUMIN6 METHODS 

NE« IATERIAlS ANO TECHNIQUES IN 
ELLCTRO>l GuN FaBRICATIONI FINAL 
KEPORT. 



AOMIIB 5a4 OIV. S 

CAVITY RESONATOMS 
MEASUREMENT 

CONSTRUCTIOi. OF RESJnANT-CAVITY 
LEvEL uAGES. 

AD-416 77a OIV. 30 

CERMETS 

HIBH-rCMWRArURE RESEARCH 

RESEARCH ON PKEPARATION OF CERMETS 
FOK »ir,i TL''PEKATUKE APPLICATIONS 3V 
INFILTHATIO'I KINAL REPORT. 

AD-417 096 OIV. 14 

CHECKOUT EQUIPMENT 
OPERATION 

THEr<>1AL RAUIATION FROM MISSILE 
PLUMES ANO SM01.KSI FABRICATION. 
AO-416 614 OIV. A 

CHEMICAL (ARFARB ABBNTS 
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 

THE lASIC PnrSlOCHEMlCAL PHENOMENA 
THAT uETERiilNE THE SORPTION RAT'S ANO 
EOUILIilRIA OF CERTAIN CHEMICAL WARFARE 

aglnts. JL 

AO-417 06a ■ OIV. 3 

CHLORINE COMPOUNDS 
ORliANOaORANFS 

CHLORINATIO'. OF 11.12-DICAKBAOOOFC- 
AOORANt RESI'LTING IN STEPWISE FORMA- 
TION OF A NUMBER OF Chl JROCARBORANES 
C0niTAI>4lNS FRO'i 2 TO 11 CHLOiflNr 
ATOPS PER MOLECULE. 

AO-416 604 OIV. 4 

CIRCUITS 

ELECTRONICS 

THE PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONALITY 
OF BASIC ELFCTRONIC CIRCUITSI I. 
THi. STAIILITY OF THE SCALING 
TELMNIOUES. 

AO-416 699 DIV. 23 

CLASSIFICATION 

SWITCHINQ CIRCUITS 

ALL-HAGjFTIC SHIFT 4EGISTEM CIR- 
CUIT AKRANliFHE^TS. 

AO-416 591..), DIV. 8 

CODINB 

SEQUENCES 

COUI 'IG FOR TMkCKING HAOAR HANGI'^G. 
A0-4t6 6«9 OIV. 8 

COLONIMETRY 
PAINTS 

ADAPTATION OF THE BECKHAN OK-2 
SPtCTROPHOTOMEfER TO MEASUREMENT OF 
FLUORESCENT PAINT CCLOXS. 

AO-417 079 DIV. 29 

COLONS 

FLUORESCENCE 

ADAPTATION ^F THE BtCKMAN UK-2 
SPtCTKOPHOTOMEIER TO MEASUREMENT OF 
FLUORESCENT PAINT COLORS. 

AD-417 079 DIV. 25 

COMBAT INFORMATION CENTERS 
SPECIFICATIONS 

SPECIFICATIONS FOR ilARINC SUfl- 
SYaTEMSI Flk'AL REPO»T. 

AO-416 770 OIV. 31 

COMBUSTION 

DIESEL ENGINES 

EFFECT OF LU» COMPRESSION TEMPE^A- 
TUKE 04 COMBUSTION IN JIESEL ENGINES. 
AD-417 054 OIV. 27 

COMBUSTION 

SOCIO ROCKET PROPELLANTS 

COMJJSTION OF SOLID fHOPELLANTS 
ANU FLAKES STKOCTURESI HETEROGENEOUS 
COMBUSTIONI TWJ-OIHENSIONAL FLAME 
PROPAbATIOnl FINAL "EPORT. 

AD-416 S4a OIV. 10 

COMBUSTION 

SUPERSONIC CHARACTERISTICS 

I'NIOMENflO.JAL THEORY OF SUPER- 
SOuIC COMQOSTIONI LAMI.^AR DIFFUSIO'4 
FLAME SI COMPUSTION IN aoUNOARY LAYtR. 
AO-416 949 OIV. 10 

COMBUSTION 
THEORY 

UNIDIMENSIO.^AL THEORY OF SUPERSONIC 
COMBUSTION. 

AO-416 928 UIV. 10 

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 
ABSTRACTS 

HEVIE* OF SOVIET LITERATURE ON 
COMMUNICATION tOUIPMT OF ELECTILATIQN 
OF ABSTRACTS, TELEPHONE COMMUNIrA- 
TION SYSTEMS* 



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COM - GOl 



eo»«»wNicATiON TMC0«r 

NAOtO SIONALS 

»EAK-SiaN»L C0»"HJHIC»TI0»» 

TccMNiJues. 

»0-«lT 037 0I*« ' 

CO"^UTtH ST0(**6t oevicES 
SWITCHIIM CIRCUITS 

ALL-^**.NFTIC SHIFT HtGlSTEK CI'<- 
CUn »i^9*N«iFHt .TSi 

A0-«t6 551- O'**' ' 

COKKCCTIONS 
ANALYSIS 

CANT CO«"ECTION FOB TAN«S. 

AO-416 635 Olx* 22 

COnMtfSION-HeSISTAMT ALLOYS 
STEEL 

PROCESS CONTKOUI EFFECT OF ACIO 
CLfcANlNi ON THt HtCMANICAL PROPFRTItS 
OF 17-1* PH STttL IN VAi^IOUS HEAT 
TRtATEJ CO^l'ITIONS. 

A0^16 624 Olyt, 17 

DATA raOCeSSIN« SVSTfMS 
CO«^UTt*$ 

INFO-^IATION SYSTENS iOHNARIES, 
AO-417 036 O'^** '0 

DATA PH0CISSIN8 SYSTEMS 
MANAeCNCNT EMINCENINa 

• uLriPUH«-osi. iNFrnHAriON system 

DE.aiaNt FlHAL ItCMWlCAL REPORT, 

A0<«16 610 UtV. 50 

OCNOOULATION 

nucTlPATH TRANSMIMION 

•OUJLATIi^N AND DEMOOULATHW TEC-i- 
NlauES FOR COH^UNlCATINli THROUGH 
FLJCTWATIN& MUlTIKATH CHAfiNCLS. 
Pe.<F0R4ANC£ OF AN INC0HERE1T H-ARY 
COMKUNICATIPN aYSTE". 

AO-416 639 OIV. 5 

OieS£L ENGINES 
COMBUST ION 

EFFECT OF LJA COMPRESSION TE^PE^*- 
TUHE 4 CO-IPUSriON IN JIESEL EN5INES. 
AO-«lT O*"* DI"' ?7 

D18ITAL CO«*UTE«S 

ARTIFICIAL INTELLISCNCE 

XAN-CONPi'TEK INTfRFACEi POSSIPLE 
LIMITS ANO EXTENSIO'S OF THE USr OF 
COMPUTERS. 

AO-416 612 Ol'f. 50 

OUST STO<»« 
DESERTS 

» STDJV Of .INL/BORNE SAND ANO OJST 
IN OESE-«T A'EAj. 

AO-417 OM O'** 2 

EAR 

NERVES 

SUMMA^ItS OF PAPERS >n)BLISMED 0>l 
NE>>»»0«JlOL3'jY. 

AO-416 609 OI** >«> 

ELASTK SHELL* 

FOURIER ANALYSIS 

ELASTIC 'MttLS ANALYSIS. 

*0-«t6 S33 O'V* 2' 

ELASTICITY 

BOUNDARY VALUC PKOtLEMS 

ELASTIC 'HELLS ANALYSIS. 

AO-416 533 O'Y' 25 

ELECTRIC FILTERS 
•MIO-^ASS FILTCRS 

A DEVICE FOK SEPARATING NAKHO* 
FrttOUCKY J»NOb FKO** A COMPLEX SI5NAL. 
AO-416 754 OIV, 8 

ELECTRICAL CONDUCTANCE 
SPHERES 

THE 'lYQKOMAviNtTICS OF A SPHERICAL 
CONOUCTTR, 

AO-416 5*1 IJI** 2' 

THE -iTOHCOY^AMICJ OF A SPHERICAL 
CON0UCTJ« 1' I iVESTlGATfcO. 

AD-416 626 1^1 V> 25 

ELECTR0CHei4ISTRY 
FILPS 

FINAL SJ-HAKY REPORT ON THE ELEC- 
THOCHE-^ISTr^V O^ F1L*'S, 

AO-416 507 OIV. 1 

ELECTROMAGNETIC lAVES 
PLASMA PHYSICS 

0IS^t»5lON KELATIO»«S FOK AAVES W A 
MOVING ■»LAS''A. 

AO-416 740 O'V. 25 

ELECTRON SCAMS 
ELECTRON TUBES 

THEO-^ETKAL ArlU t XPt'<IMENTAL IN- 
VEST laAT I Os* OF LINrAR-dEAM MlC'»0»*V£ 
TuotS. « 

AO-416 653. »'>'• " 

ELECTRON SUNS 

HAMUFACTUKIN8 METHODS 

N£« UTE'IAlS and TtCHNIQUCS IN 
ELtCTHON ijN FABRICATIOMI FINAL 
HE.t'UHJ. 

AO-416 5«4 OIV* « 

ELECTROWie EQUIPMENT 
SCHEOUI.I««« 

• S-133B (MI.«UTtM»N) jBOUNO ELEC- 
TKOMCS SYi»tH R«U PROaHAM. 



AO-416 TS* 0'>'» ' 

ELECTRONIC St ITCHES 
BAROMETRIC PRESSURE 

OESli"<. nEVcLOPMENT AND FAtfHKATION 
OF '.^AROS*ITrM. REMOTE A-i-lOl 9AR0- 
S4ITCH. PRE«ET XM-llI AMD CONTROL 
BAK0S6ITCH «ETTIN6l XT-m26. 

AO-417 074 UIV, 8 

ELECTRONICS 
PERSONNEL 

THE "SYCHOLOblCAL DIMENSIONALITY 
OF BASIC Ei-^CTkONIC CIRCUITSi T. 
THu STAJILITY jF THE SCALING 
TELHNIODES. 

AO-416 699 OIV* ?' 

ELECTRONICS 
SIMULATION 

STUJY OF MOoELS FOR INVESTIGATE*; 
FIKi SPREAj an.) MOUELINu TECHNIOUES 
FOK DEFINING FACTORS •HICh rONTRIBJTE 
TO THE JEVELOP-IENT OF MASS F1RE<I FFA- 
SIJILITY OF AN ELtCTRO>iIC FIKE 
SIMULATIR. 

AD-416 537 JIv- «' 

ELECTRONS 
SCATTERINS 

ELASTIC "^CAfTERING OF ELECTRONS AY 
THt MA<r-ELFCT.<ON ATOM, 

AO-416 764 UIV. 25 

ELLIPSOIDS 

MA6NETIC FIELDS 

HYORJiAv.'-tTlCS OF MOTION OF AN 
ELl-lPSOIJ r CxOSitr HAuNETIC FIELD*. 
AO-416 627 OIV. 25 

ELLIPSOIDS 
MOTION 

. HruR')MA^,f'LTICS OF MOTION UF AN 
tLLlPSJIJ l"' C.<OSStC MAGNETIC FIELDS. 
AO-416 627 OIV. 25 

EXTRUSION 

METAL-FOKNINfi PRESSES 



LINER ><ATtMlALS '■OR t»TKOSI0N 
aluLET CONTAlNtHS. 

AD-416 642 OIV' 2* 

EYE 

RADIATION EFFECTS 

BAOIATIO'' TriHESHOLOi FOK CHORIO- 
RtriNAL 'lUH^'S. 

AD-416 652 OIY* «" 

FAST NEUTRONS 
ENERGY 

ANALYSIS OF FAST-NEUTRON tNERGY- 
ANuLE JISTKlUUriONS, 

AO-416 626 CIIV. 20 

FATI4UC ('<«CHANtCSI 
TM60«Y 

BEVlt« AHO ANALYSIS JF CUMULATIVE- 
FA I I Qoe-0A>1»&E TMtOPIE*. » 
AD-416 640 U'V» > 
FIELD THEORY "'«■ 
GENERATORS 

LXKERIMLNTS ANU THEOKY ON 
RELATIVITY riELU THEORYI FINAL REPORT 
AD-416 609 OIV. 25 

FILAMENT iOUNP CONSTRUCTION 
STHUCTURAL PROPERTIES 

INVESTIvj»TlJW OF STRUCTURAL 
PRoSLE-iS tlTM FILAMENT »OVHn DEEP 
SUOfE«SI3Lt.«. 

AO-417 030 OIV« ^> 

FILMS 

ELECTROCHEMISTRY 

FINAL SU-MA^Y KtPORT ON THE ELEC- 
TMOCHtllSTKY OF FILMS. 

AO-416 507 OIV. « 

FILTERS (ELECTROMABNETIC OVE) 
TUNIN6 DEVICES 

»iut aA.'tP Ei-Ectkonically tunable 

FILTERS. 

AO-416 747 OIV. S 

FIRE CONTROL COMPUTERS 
BALLISTICS 

CANT COKl'tCdON FOR TANKS. 

AO-416 635 31 V- 22 

FIRCS 

FLAMC PN0PA6ATI0N 

STUJY Of MOJELS FOR INVESTI6ATI*; 
FIKE SPHEAO ANo mOUELMj TECHNIOUES 
FOK OtFKI.r, FACTOR? ahICm CONT'IJJTE 
TO THE )EV£1.0P.1ENT CF iASS FIRtSI FFA- 
SIuILITY of an ELtCTRO'*lC FIRE 
SIHl'LAT JR. 

AO-416 537 0IV« 13 

FLAME DEFLECTORS 
GASES 

VSSK SYMPOSIUM ON THEORY ANO AP- 

►"LltO ■4eCHAfICo. 

AD-416 729 OIV. 25 



FLAME PRO^AttATION 
FIRES 

SToUr OF MOuELS FOR INVESTIGATM'-, 
FIKt Sf"<EAO ANij-MOUELHj TECHNIIUES 
FOK OLFIJINP F«iTOR? «-tICM fJNT>»t«ijTC 
TO IHt )£vi.LOP.iENT CF USS FlKE<:i Ffa 
SIBlLirr OF AN ELtCTHOlIC FlKE 



Nl-2 



SIMULATOR. 

AO-416 537 UIV. 15 

FLAMtS 

DIFFUSION 

UNIJMEJ5I0..AL THEORY OF SUPER- 
SONIC C1MBU5TI0NI LAMIMAH UIFFU^IO'* 
FLaMESI COmPUSTION in dJUNUAKY LAYER. 
AD-416 549 Olv. 10 

FLAMES 

geometric forms 

comjistkm jf solid ►'Ropellants 

ANU Fla-IES 'TKoCTuRCSI HETERObENEOJS 
COMBUSTIONI TAJ-OIMENSIONAL FLAME 
PROPAliATIOM FINAL "£PO'<T. 

AO-416 946 OIV« 10 

FLUID MECHANICS 

SAS Flo* 

A CJiPE^ATIvE HROGRAH OF FUNDA- 
MENTAL reslarch as pelatEo To fit 

"PRO^'ULSION. 

AO-416 57o UIV* 9 

FLUORESCENCE 
COLOR IMCTRY 

ADAPTATION -»F THE BECKfAN UR-2 
S*'tCTHOPHOT'>MtTEK Tf M£ASORF.HENT OF 
FLUORESCENT PAINT C^LOHS. 

AO-417 075 3IV" 25 

FOREIGN POLICY 

UNITED STATES SOVERNMENT 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH ON 
• HAT IS CO.'.^lDtHEO TO d£ U. S. 
STKATEGY. « Sf-EECH BY bECKETARY OF 
DEFENSE R. "CnamaKA IS ANALYSED FRO"* 
THt SOVIET pqInT OF VltA. 

AO-416 7B0 UIV. 52 

FREQUENCY METfRS 
MEASUREMENT 

FREJUENCY MuAbUKER IUH-7. 

AO-416 775 UIV. 50 

SAME THEORY 

GROUP DYNAMICS 

AN eVALU'TIJN OF ECd^^Of^lC ANO 
OTHER «*MES INVOLVING A LAKIt NUMBER 
OF CONFLICTING INTtPESTS. 

AO-416 7S3 UIV. 52 

GAS GENERATIN6 SYSTEMS 
HYDROGEN 

JESIJN A^-U KAbKICATlJN OF SODIUi 

90K0HT.JRI0L ANO SODIUM ALUMINUM 
HYORIOE CA.^ISTtRS AfO A "'OJFL MYORO- 
GEN GCNERAT'^R. 

AO-416 592 UIV. 26 

OASES 
IONS 

LAttORATjPY sTUOIES JF ATOMIC ANO 
ELtCTRONIC COLtlSIO* PROCESSES 
RE..EVAi<T TO THu STU^Y jF THE UPPER 
ATMOSPHERE. 

AO-416 5S0 01 V« 2 

GASCS 

ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY 

feasijIlIty stuoy on the oetermi- 
NAiiON OF 0? Concentration of 07-N2 
miatukes ar ultravIPLET absorption 

5HtCTRdSC0P». 

AD-416 583 01 V« 4 

oeoocsics 

TERRAIN 

-ETHOQS OF HEAN ELEVATION OETCR- 
MI,«ATI04 Fje utODtTIC AfPLlCATlON. 
AO-417 047 . OIV. 2 

.SERMANIUM 
HEATING 

SiMiJLTANEOUS CONTAMINATION ANO 
CO.»VERSI0N rFFtCTS IN GERMANIUM 
HEATEU TO TfMPuRATUPES IN THE £WA- 
POMATION RA'uE. 

AO-416 815 UIV* 17 

GRAPHITE 
ABLATION 

AN UPEtlMENTAL INVtsTKiATION OF 
THL OXUATlf^N jF faKAPHITE IN DISSO- 
CIATED MR. 

AO-416 607 Olv 12 

GROUND SUPPORT EuUIPNENT 
CONTROL SYSTCNS 

TEST REPf'RTa OF THE 1INUTLMAN 
LAUNCH CONTPOL SYSTEM. .xETaORK 
HEaOLUTION AREA. 

AO-417 041 UIV, 1 2 

GROUT DYNAMICS 
SAME THEORY 

AN EVALOATIoN OF ECONOMIC ANO 
OTHER 'lA^^ES IN»0LVI»G A LAK'-.i. N'lHlER 
UF CONFLICTlN(i INTftSTs. 

AO-416 783 OIV. ^2 

GUIOeO MISSILE LAUNCHERS 
DIGITAL COMPUTERS 

►-RELlMIi.ARY •OKA ON A SURFACE 
•EAHON FIRt CONTROL SYiTEn. 

AO-416 646 UIV, 22 

GUIDED MISSILE lARHEAOS 
ARMING DEVICES 

••INIATUK'- SOUU ?TArt ARM ^pr jc. 
VICE FOR 'ijTUtU mIS'ILE AAKMtAO, 
AD-416 631 Ulv. P2 



V 



GUlDfcO MISSILES 

GUIDANCE 

HRttA'MOAPO KEA&IPILITY STUI/Y OF 
THt OERRINjER .EAPO" GUIDANCE: 
SYSTEM. 

AO-416 786 UIV. 12 

GUIDED MISSlLFS(SURFACE-TO-SURF*CCt 
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 

»S-l»5a (MI^NOTtMAN) jROUNO ELEC- 
TRONICS. SYSTEM R4U PROiKAM. 

AO-416 73V OIV. B 

GUIKO MISSlLCSISUKFACE-TO-SUMFiACCI 
GROUND (ELECTRICAL) 

DESCRIBE* Tut HUMAN £N6INEEi<INa 
EFFORTS OF «YLVANIA ON THE QRDUNP 
ELlCTRONICS SYSTEM. 

AD-417 050 UIV. 28 

GUIOEO MI SSI lFS( SURFACE-TO-SURFACE I 
GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT 

TEST R£PPRT:> OF TH£ <iINUTEMAN 
LAurCH CONTPOL SYSTEM. NETWORK 
RESOLUTION arEm. 

AD-417 041 UIVl. 12 

GUIDED MISSlLESISUMFACE-TO-SUKFlACCl 
■EIBHT 

AIR FORCE Plant 77 flight article 

MASS HRJPEKTlEa REPORT FOR VINO I 
MIsSlLE 776. 

AD-416 656 OIV. 12 

GYROSCOPES 

EFFECTIVENESS 

OESIIN OF A KOUEPATE COST AND 
MOOtRATE PRFCISION STASILITY SENSING 
GVKOSCOPE, 

AO-416 762 Olv. 12 

heat shields 
graphite 

an expeklmettal investigation of 
tht oxi'iatipn of graphite in oisso- 
ciateo air. 

AD-416 607 OIV. 12 

HEAT TRANSFER 
SIMULATION 

SINaLE-STAGt HtAT-TRANSFEN * 
SIMl'LAT-lR. 

AD-41T 084 UIVI. 25 

HEAT TREATMENT 

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES 

PROCESS CONTROL 1 EFFECTS OF 
AUSTENITE CrNOlTlONING 17-7 PH STAIN- 
LESS STEEL AT 1200 F OA MECHANICAL 
PROPERTIES. 

AO-416 618 OIV. 17 

HELIUM 

TRANSPORT PRO^ERTUS 

MOBILITY OF LITHIUM AND HELIUM 
IOk? at HIJH Ti-MPERATURE. 

AD-416 506 UI4. 20 

HiaH-PRCSSURE KESCARCH 
IKON ALLOYS 

THE EFFECT jF PRESSURE ON TRANS- 
FOKMATI >N I>' IRON AND IRON AUUOYS. 
AD-416 723 UW« 17 

HI8H-PRESSURE RESEARCH 
MCTALLUR8Y 

fMASE DIAGRAM OF FE-SI SYSTEM AT 
HItoH PRESSOPEI STABILITY OF MONO- 
CAMSIUES OF MO IN MO-C SYSTEHI rusic 
PHASE 11 t-f SfSTLMI PREPARATION ANO 
CRYSTAL STHliCTuRE OF aSctl ELECTRON 
MICROSCOPYI HI jH-PRESSUKE HI,iN-TEM- 
PEKATURE RESEARCH. 

AO-417 034 OIV, 17 

Hr«H-TEMPERATURE RCSCARCM 
METALLURGY 

PHASE DIA6«AM OF FE-SI SYSTEM AT 
HIGH PRESSU*EI STABILITY OF MQNO- 
CARBIOCS Of HO IN MO-C SYSTEMI CU9IC 
PHASE IN f-f SYSTEMI PREPARATION ANO 
CRYSTAL STRICTURE OF SSdl ELECTRON 
MIlMOSCOPYI HIuH-PRESSURE HI^N-TEM- 
PEKATURE RESEARCH. 

AO-417 034 OIV. 17 

HONI20N SCANNERS 

INFRARED SPf CTROTMOTOMCTCRS 

INFRARED INTERFEROMETER SPECTRO- 
METtRI For HORIZON STUDIES. 

AD-416 773 OIV, 25 

HUMAN INGlNCEPING 

GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT 

PESCRiat* THE MU''AN ENGINEERING 
EFFORTS OF «YL*ANIA ON THE GROUND 
ELECTRONICS SYSTEM. 

AD-417 050 UI«« 25 

HY0R«>8eN 

GAS GENERATINB SYSTEMS 

UESIGN A^O FABRICATION 0F>O0|U'1 

BOMuHyoRIOE ANo sooium aluminum 
HYuRIOE CANlSTtRS AND A MODEL HYDRO- 
GEN GE ORATOR. 

AO-416 5«2 OIV* 26 

MY0R08CN COMPOUNDS 
CHLORIDES 

TH£0«Y OF KKESSURt SHIFTS ifF HCL 
LiHlS CAUSED Br NOSLE ^ASES. 



AO-81* S9S 



Dl«i 25 



HYPERSONIC Flight 

HEAT TRANSFER 

FORiOLA rOR CALCULATION Of HEAT 
TRANSFER TMPoUviM THE TURBULENT ?OU'lo- 
ARY LATER 0^ SLIGHTLY iLUNTED SLFMOER 
CO'lLS, 

AD-416 749 OIV. 9 

INFORMATION RfTRIEVAL 
COMPUTERS 

INFJR'tATION SYSTEMS SUMMARIES. 
AO-417 038 OIV. 50 

INSTRUMENTATION 

EXHAUST GASES f 

THtR"^AL "AUIATIO* FROM MISSILE 
PLUSES ^ND »H0v,KSI FABRICATION. 
AO-416 614 OIV. B 

INTEGRAL EQUATIONS 
TOPOLOGY 

yOLJTION OF CAUCHT INTEGRAL 
EiiUATIOMS. 

AO-416 842 UIV, 15 

INTEtoRATCD CIRCUITS 
CIRCUITS 

l'Tiluatton of ne* techniques ANn 

OEVICES IN iNTtGRATED CIRCUITS. 

*0-4t6 714 UIV, 9 

IONOSPHERIC PROPAGATION 
SCATTERING 

A CO'IHUNICATION ANALYSIS OF M15H- 
FRLOUENCY IONOSPHERIC SCATTERING. 
AO-416 605 UIV. 8 

IONS 

CHEMICAL REACTIONS 

LABJRATOPY STUDIES OF ATOMIC ANO 
ELtCTRONIC rOLLlSION PROCESSES 
RELEVANT TO THL STUPY OF THE UPPER 
ATMOSPHERE. 

AD-416 580 OIV, 2 

IRON ALLOYS 

HIGH.PRESSURE RESEARCH 

THE EFFEPT jF PRESSURE ON TRANS- 
FOHWATION IN IRON AND IRON ALLOYS. 
AO-416 723 OIV. 17 

JOINTS 

LAMINATED PLASTICS 

HECHAVICAL fERFDRMANCE OF JOINTS 

CO.nSTRUCTED ■IIH HICH STRENGTH PLASTIC 

STRUCTURAL I LOAO-BEAR-MG ) MEMBERS. 

HOLOlNi STRFNGIH OF SCREWS IN PLASTICS, 

AD-416 665 UIV. ?6 

JUPITER 

RAUIOFRCOUENCY PULSES 

CHARACTEPISriCS AND ORIGIN OF THF 
NO<«THER 1AL PADIO EMISSION FROM 
JUPITER. 

A0-4tT OSS OIV, 7 

KLYSTRONS 

ELECTRON SCAMS 

THtORETIPAL ANO EXPERIHENTAL I N- 
VEaTIGATION« OK Ll»*EAR-i*EAM MICROWAVE 
TUOES. 

AD-4t8 833 OIV. B- 

LAKES 
DELTAS 

GEOrtORPHIC HISTORY OF LAKE 
PO.NTCHARTRAiNt LOUISIANA, 

A0-4t6 540 UIV, 2 

LAMINATED PLASTICS 
JOINTS 

MECHANIC'L fERFORMANCE UF JOINTS 

CO.«STRJCTED iUH HIGH STREMMH "lASTIC 

STkiCTU'«AL IlOaD-BEARINmI MEMBERS. 

HOLDING STRFNGTH OF SCRt«S IN PLASTICS 

AO-416 665 UIV. 26 

LAMINATES 

•I NO SMI Cuds 

PROTECTION OF •INDSHIELDS •ITH 
TYKE K iNTfLAYtR BV SATURATION ilTH 
GASES ANO LlOUlO AMINO SILANES. 

AO-416 820 UIV, 14 

LASCNk 

SCIENTIFIC PCSCAMCH 

INVESTIGATION OF LASER OEVICES, 
AD-417 097 UTV. 25 

LAUNCHING SITES 

CaWMANO t CONTROL SYSTEMS 

TEST REPORTS OF THE MINUTEM*N 
LAUNCH CONTPOL STSTfM. NETWORK 
RESOLUTION AREA. 

AO-417 041 OIV. 12 

LINC SPECTRUM 

MOLECULAR SPCCTROSCOPY 

THtO'lY OF PRESSUPE SHIFTS OF HCL 
LINES CAUSLP br NOBLE iASES. 

AD-416 555 UIV, 25 

LIQUID LEVEL SAGES 
DESItN 

C0NSTRUCTIO.1 OF PESONANT-CAVITY 
LEVEL GAGES. 

AD-416 778 OIV. 50 

LITHIUN- 
lONS 

MOBILITY OF LITHIUM ANO HELIUM 
lOfNS AT HIGH TtMPERATURt. 

AD-416 506 UIV, 20 

LUNlNCSCCNce 



NI-S 



Gin •= MUL 

OR«>ANIC COMPOUNDS 

CHftlL'JMTNEsCENT STUJiESt LOPtlNE 
DEKIVATIVESt ClNNOLlNE jEHIVAIIVFSi 
INDOLES. 4 . '*^^ 

AD-416 603 blV. ■»■ *i; 

MAGNETIC CORE ST0RA8C 
SWITCHING CIRCUITS * 

ALL-1AG,<rTU SHIFT REGISTER CIH- 
CUiT ARRANoFME-nTS. 

AO-416 551 OIV. 8 

MAGNETIC FIELDS 
FLUID FLO* 

THt tY0KOnA>.NfcTICS JF A SPHERICAL 
CO.«UCT0«. ■ 

AO-416 581 UIV. 25 

MAaNET0HYD«(0O5<NAHICS 
GENERATORS 

MAG^ETOHYDKoDYNAMIC PO»ER 
GENtRATlRS. 

AO-416 721 UIV. 25 

MAGNETON YORODYNAMICS 
SPHERES 

THE HYURPUY.AHICS OF A SPHtKItAU 

coNuucT-»R i« Investigated. 

AO-416 626 OIV. 25 

NANAGCMCNT CNBINEERINS 
DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS 

PULTIPORPOSL INFORMATION SYbTFR 
DCalGNI FINAL TECHNICAL REPORT. 

AO-416 610 OIV. 50 

MANNCD SPACECRAFT 

RESEARCH PMtGRAM ADMINISTRATION 

SUM1ARY PEPORT UPD SUPPORT OF 
PROJECT -^RfUR*. 

AO-417 073 UIV. 12 

MANUFACTURING HCTHOOS 
TUNNEL DIODES 

FORMING PF KOlNT-eONTACT TUNNEL 
0IO0E5 -tY THE mPPLICATIvaN UF BRIFF 
ELLCTRICAL OVERLOADS. 

AO-416 599 OfV. 8 

MATRIX ALGEBRA 
NUMBtR THEORY 

MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF DESCRIP- 
TIVE LEVELS IN PHYSICAL THEORY. 

AD-4t6 504 OIV. 15 

MECHANICS 
SYMPOSIA 

USSR SYMPOSIUM ON THtORT ANO AP- 
PLIED MECHAUCs. t 
AD-416 729 UIV. 25 
MEMORY 

CLASSIFICATION 

FINAL REPORT ON RESEARCH OM 
NEURAL lEMJPY SYSTEMS. 

AO-416 526 UIV. 16 

METAL-FORMtNG PRESSES 
MATERIALS 

LINE^ MATERIALS FOR EXTHUSIO* 
BILLET CONTAINLRS. 

A0-4k« 642 OIV. 26 

NCTAttURGY 

HIGH.TE1PERArU<IC RESEARCH 

PH*SE DIAGRAM OF FE-SI SYSTEM AT 
HIuH PRESSUPE! STABILITY OF MONO- 
CAnBIUES OF MO IN MO-C SYSTEHI rOBIC 
PHASE H «-C SYSTEMI PREP'AHATION kin 
CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF BS^I ELtCTiJON 
HlLROSOPYI HIvjH-PRf SSURE HI3H-TCM- 
PEKATORE RL^tAHCH. 

AO-417 034 OIV. 17 

METC0P0L09T 
ANAtYSIS- 

AIR lOVEfENI OVEP THE CAUCASUS 
MOUNTAINS. 

•0-416 TTT 0I«« 2 

MODULATION 
PCEOBACK 

AN INTROPUCriON TO FEEDMKK 
MODULATION. 

A0-4V6 S8* UIV. 5 

MODULATION 

MULTIPATH TRANSMISSION 

MOOULATIOK ANO DrHOOOLATION TECH- 
NIuUES FOR COMHUNICATINj THMtUGM 
FLUCTUATING MULTIPATH CHANNELS. 
P£RFORiA>ICE OF AS I»C0H£R'E"<T M-ARY 
COMKONICATIPN SYSTE". 

AD-416 639 OIV. 5 

MOISTURC 
SOILS 

A METHOU OF PREDICTING MOt&TURE 
CONTENT IN TO** 6 INCHES OF SOIL. 
AD'^16 SOT UIV. 2 

NosaaaucR effect 

KINETIC THEORY 

MNtTICs OF STIMULATE) MOSbBAUER 
RAUIATI JN, 

AO-416 787 OIV- 25 

MULTIPATH TRANSMISMON 
NOOULATION 

MOO'JLATIPN ANO DEMOOOLATION TECR- 
NIJUES FOR COMMUNJCATI'^i THROUGH 
FLUCTUATING MULTIPATH CHANNELS, 
PEKFOHM\NCL OF AN If'COHERtNT M-ARY 
COMMUNICATION sYSTEP, 



NAV-RKL 

*0««t6 639 0I«« ' 

NAVAk VeSSCLS ICOMtATANT) 
COMMAND i CONTROL SVSTtNS 

SPCCIFIC'TIJNS FOR iARINE SOB- 
STiTEMSI FI»*l. Rt>'0"T. 

A0-«t6 T70 OIV« 31 

HCMVt CCLtS 
PHYJIOtOaT 

SUM1»RIt* Ot- PAHtRS PUBLIiMeO 0>l 
•«E.uROMIXOv>v. 

A0-«t6 M« OiV* 1« 

NCRVKS 

*ceTrLC>40CiNC 

EFFECTS f^F »CETYLCmjl.1NE ON THE 
liArlHALIf^ MCTOk EN0-*»LATE. 

AO-416 503 OIV> 1» 

NEUTRON TRANSPORT THCORT 
NEUTRO'* SCATTERtNS 

tNALTSIa OF F»ST-NEaTRON ENERGV- 
AKtoLE JISTKIBuriONS* 

A0«416 62S OIV. ?0 

NOISe (RADIO) 
DETECTION 

VINA'^Yi SEUOENTIAL JETECTION OT 
SIuNALS IN KOiaE. 

AO-416 724 Oi"' B 

N0N«OE STRUCT I VE TCSTINS 
FIRES 

STuur OF MOUttS FOR INVESTIG«T|1*'» 
FIKC SP<^E«J ANu HOUELI"<a TtCHNIOUeS 
FOK OEFININB FACTORS •H|CH C0NTR13JTE 
TO THE iJEVELOPHENT OF MASS FIRESI FEA- 
SldlLITV OF AN ELECTR0«(1C FIRE 
SIHULAT'W*. 

A0-«1« S37 OIV« 13 

NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS 
OPTICAL TRACKINA 

EFFECT OF NoCLtAR EXPLOSIONS ON 
OPTICAL TRArM 4G OF NKE-7EUS 
EQUIPMENT. 

A0-«17 089 OIV« 12 

NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS 
SURFACE BURST 

TESTS Tu OEIERXI^E T.HE AMOUNT 
OF ►'EK1ANENT OISPLACEHEmT OF SOIL 
'•A;>SES CAUSEU JY SURFACE AND UNOER- 
GRUL'NO WCl'^AR EXPLCSiaiiS. 

AO-416 759 OIV. 22 

NUCLCAR REACTORS 
HAZARDS 

STUOY OF MA^AKOS OF CRITICAL EX> 
PEKIME<TS «TTH MOTCE NUCLEAR REACTOR. 
A0-4t7 095 JIV. ?0 

NUCLEAR REACTORS 
SIMULATION 

SlN<iLE-iTAlit HEAT-THANSFER 
SI1ULAT0R. 

AO-417 094 UIV. 29 

OCEANOLOaV 
EDUCATION 

I.N1VF*<SITY CURRICULA IN OCEANOG'^A- 

PMT. 

AO-416 546 OIV. 2 

OCEANS 

CONVCCTIOM 

THE JPPL" 0^,EAN LATE><S. 

AO-416 T46 OIV. 2 

OCEANS 

TEMPERATURE 

THE OaJtCTIVE ANALYSIS OF SEA- 
SUHFACt TEHPENATURE. 

AO-416 672 DtV. 2 

OHNIOIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS 
SUHXARISE ANTENNAS 

TO»r<G T^STs TO OETEKir^E THE 
MYJ•0OY^IAHI^ LOADING OF ThRFL SUe- 
"AHntE HIQ ANTENNAS. 

AO-417 031 UIV. 8 

/^ OR&ANIC COMPOUNDS 
LUNAR SATELLITES 

CHtJIlLUMINEsCENT STOJIESt LOPHINE 
OEHlVATIVEs" ClNNOLlNE JERIVATIvCS. 
INOOLEj. 

AO-416 60J > OtV. a 

ORSANIC COMPOUNDS 
ORuANOSORANrs 

CMLOIINATIO* OF lltl^-OtCAMBAOOOeC- 
ABURANE RESi'LTlNlj IN STEP» I St FOR'^A- 
TION OF A NCMduK OF CHLJROC Ai<BO«ANES 
CO.<TAI-<IN<j FRO'I 2 TP U CMLOi^IN^ 
ATO"S t»e^ MPLEi-ULE. 

AD-416 604 UIV. 4 

ORSANIC COMPOUNDS 
POLVESTER PLASTICS 

PHOT )MEC"ANICAL PROPLRIIES OF' 
STtXtOS*»EClFlC POLYPUTAJItNEI 
VIsCOELASTiriTYl liU»LITATIVE ANO 
OUANTITATIvF TuSTS. 

AO-417 032 Otv. 14 

ORSANOBORA^S 

CHLORINE COMPOUNDS 

CHLORrjATIo.^ OF I 1 il^-OICARbAOOOfC- 
AUuKANt RESULTING l». ST£P»IS£ FORMA- 
Tlo», OF A <UflBi.H OF ChlOROCARBORANES 
CONTAINI-Mi FR0<1 2 TP ll'CHLORIN? 
ATi/«S P€R •'PLECULE. 



AO-416 6Q4 OIV. 4 

oxvacN 

OCTERHINATtON 

FEASIBILITY STUOY 0-* THE DETERMI- 
NATION OF 02 CONCENTRATION tt 02-N2 
MIXTURES BY ULTRAVIOLET ABSORPTION 
SPECTROSCOPY. 

AD-416 5S3 OIV. tt 

PALCoccoLoar 

SeOIMCNTATIOM 

&EOMORPHIC HISTORY OF LAXE 
P0.<TCHA9T9ATN» LOUISIANA. 

AO-416 540 OIV. 2 

PARABOLIC BODIES 
STKUCTURAL SHKLLS 

STRESS AHALYSIS OF PARABOLOIOAL 
SUKFACE STRICTURES. 

AO-417 081 OIV. 29 

PARAMETRIC AMPLIFIERS 
L0« FRCQUCNCY 

PARAMETRIC aMPLIFIE-* FOR USE AT 
FKLOUe^CIES IN THE 40 TO 100 KC 
RA..&E EKOuNTEkED in S0.<AR riEVICES. 
AO-416 641 OIV. 8 

PATTERN RECOasiflON 

MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 

PATTERN «EP»KATIOM iY CONVEX 
PRUGRAH'ilNli. 

AO-416 795 UIV. 19 

PATTERN RCeOaNITION 
NERVE CELLS 

fNATO'ilCiL JASIS OF PATTERN 
RECOGNITION. 

AO-416 SIO OIV. 16 

PELLETS 

REACTOR PUEL ELEMENTS 

PROO'JCTl'^N uF PEPBLE-TYPE FUEL 
ELtPENTS. 

AO-416 760 OIV. 20 

PERSONNEL MANASEMCNT 
ECONOMICS 

SOH£ ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF RELI- 
ABILITY »NJ PRi^JECT MANAGEMENT. 

AO-416 630 UIV. 23 

PHASE STUDIES 
ALLOYS 

PHASE OIAGMAH OF FE-bl SYSTEM AT 
HluH PftESSoPEI STABILITY OF NUNO- 
CAHBIUES OF HO IN MO-C SYSTEMI CUBIC 
PHASE IN t-r STSTEHI PREPARATION ANO 
CRtSTAL STkI'CToRE OF BSBI ELECTRON 
HICROSCPYI Hl^H-PRESSUKE HIGH-TEM- 
PEKATURE RESEAhCH. 

AD-417 034 OIV. IT 

PHASE STUDIES " 

IRON ALLOYS 

THE EFFtCT jF pressure ON TRANS- 
FOKPATMN I>' UUN ANO IkON ALLOYS. 
AD-416 723 UIV. 17 

PHOTOCHEMISTRY 
LUMINESCENCE 

CHE-ilLUMlNEsCENT STUOIESI LOPHINE 
OEr<IVATIVES> CINNOLINE UERIVATIVESi 
INUOLES. 

AO-416 603 OIV. 4 

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 

MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 

"ATHE-IArlCAl. ANALYSIS OF DESCRIP- 
TIVE LEVELS IN PHYSICAL Theory., 

AO-416 504 OIV. 15 

PHYSIOLOGY 

ACCELE^RATION 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH 
OEALlNti «ITH EAPEK1''ENTAL INVESTIGA- 
TIONS IN C0*M1C PHYSIOLOGYI T«0 AP- 
PROACHES To SETTING UP EXPERIHENTS IN 
COaPIC PHYSIOLOGY" THE PROBLEM OF 
TRANSVERSE ACCuLERATIONbl ANO THF RE- 
SULTS JF EAPERIMtNTALLf INVESTir.ATING 
CEK1A1N PHYSIOLOGICAL HECMANISMS 
OUi<INQ LATL>»AL ACCtL ERA T IONS. 

AO-416 781 OIV. 16 

PLASMA OSCILLATIONS 
MA(*NETIC FIELDS 

OISPERSK.N r»ELATIONS FOR aAVES ON 
HOVING PLASMA. 

AO-416 790 UIV. 25 

PLASTICS 

PHOTOELASTieiTY 

PHOTO-ICCPANtCAL PROPERTIES OF 
STLKEOiPECiriC POLTPUTAJIENEI 
VISCOEL*STIPITf I OUALITATIVF ANO 
OUAKTITATIvr TcSTS. 

AO-417 032 UIV. 14 

POLYESTER PLASTICS 
PMOTOELASTICITY 

PHoT'JIECHANiCAL PROPERTIES OF 
STLKEOSPECIFIC POLTPUTAJIENEI 
VISC0EL^5TI.rITYI OU*LITaTIVE ANO 
QUANTITATIVf TuSTS. 

AO-417 032 OIV. 14 

. POLYMERIZATION 

HEAT-RESISTANT MATERIALS 

I'NC )NVEnT10*AL POLYIERIZATION 
TECHNUDES >NU StMI-lNOK&ANlC BORON 
CONTAINING POLYMERS. 



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AD-416 819 
POLYMERS 

BORON COMPOUNDS 

UNCONVENTIONAL POLYMERIZATION 
TECHNI JUES AND SEMI-INOKr,ANIC BORON 
CONTAINING POLTMERS. 

AD-418 619 OIV. 4 

PRESSURE OASES 

NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS 

STUDIES PN FREE FIClO INSTHUMCNTA' 
TION. 

AO-416 673 OIV. to 

PROORAMHING (COMPUTERS) 
PATTERN RECOGNITION 

PATTERN SEPARATION ctY CONVEX 
PKOGRAMMtN(>. 

AO-416 795 OIV. 15 

PROPELLERS (MARINE) 

FLUID DYNAMIC PROPERTIES 

UEKIVATICNS OF EXPRESSIONS FOR 
5TLADY-STATF DISTUR8ANCE VELOCITY AT 
A PROPELLER BLADE OUE To PRESSURE 
LOADING ANO THICKNESS. 

A0-4t6 695 OIV. 31 

RADAR ANTENNAS 
RADAR MOM INS 

>IREAOaOA>0 FEASIBILITY STUOY OF 
THt. OERHINufR «EAPON GUIOANCL 
SYSTEM. 

AO-416 786 OIV. 12 

RADAR ECHO AREAS 
BESSEL FUNCTIONS 

FORTRAN PROGRAM TO CALCULATE 
BESSEL F>jtKTIO.«S. 

AO-416 797 OIV. 15 

RADAR TRACK INS 

RANBES (DISTANCE! 

CODING FOR TRACKING kADAR MANGIN<i. 
AO-416 649 OIV. A 

RADIATION EFFECTS 

THRESHOLDS (PHYSI0L08V) 

WAOIATIO* TiRESHOLOS FOR CHORIO- 
RETINAL 3UH"S. 

AO-416 652 OIV. 16 

RADIATION EFFECTS 

ULTRASONIC RADIATION 

THE -iiolpijIcal effects of 

ULTRASOtJNO. 

AO-416 TSl OIV. 16 

RADIO SIGNALS 

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 

»EAi<-SIij' AL COMMUNICATION 
TElhNIJ JES. 

AO-417 037 OIV. 5 

RADIO SIGNALS 

SEOUENTIAL ANALYSIS 

BIMARYi SEQUENTIAL DETECTION OT 
SIGNALS IN kiOISE. 

A0«416 TS4 DIV. n 

RADIOS I OLOaY 

SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES 

APPLICATION OF SEMICONDUCTOR RAOtA- 
TION DETECTORS TO RADI J^IOLOSIC 
PROBLE-^S. 

AO-416 717 OIV. 30 

RA0I0L08ICAL CONTAMINATION 
EC0L08Y ^__ 

CONTAIlNATION OF POPULATION BY 
MAOIOACTIVE lASTE. 

A0««16 793 DIV. 16 

REACTOR FUEL ELEMENTS 
PELLETS 

PROU'KTION OF PtBBLE-TYPC FoEL 
ELlpENTS. 

AO-416 760 OIV. 20 

REACTOR SMIELOINtt MATERIALS 
NUCLEAR POfER PLANTS 

ANALYSIS OF FAST-NEUTRON ENER6Y- 
ANuLE DISTKIBUTIONS. 

AO-416 628 OIV. 20 

REAL VARIABLES 

NUMERICAL METHODS AND PROCEDURES 

hIGHEK DP0E>4 recursion FORMULAE 
FOK INTEGRAL Rv>OTS OF REAL NUMBERS. 
A AO-416 669 OIV. IS 

RECOMBINATION REACTIONS 
UPPER ATMOSPHERE 

LABORATORY sTUOlES oF ATOMIC ANO 
ELLCTRONIC COLLISION PKOCCSSES 
RELEVANT TO THc. STUPT OF THE UPPER 
ATHrS»»<ERE. 

AO-416 580 OIV. 2 

REFRACTORY METALS 6 ALLOYS 
BRAZlNa 

fXOT'NERMIC UHA2IN6 OF REFRACTORY 
ALLOYS. 

AO-416 575 OIV. 26 

RELATIVITY THEORY 
BRAVITY 

tXPE><IHt.NTS ANO THEO'<Y ON 
RELATIVITY riEwD IHEORYI FINAL REPORT. 
AO-416 608 OIV. 25 

RELIABILITY 

OUALITY CONTROL 

bOME ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF KELI- 
AJiLlTT A'Il« PHjJECT management. 



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AO-416 630 
RELIABILITY (ELECTRONICS) 
ELECTRON TUBES 

STUJY OF FA. LURE MECHANISMS 
HIuH POfER TRAVELING (AVE TUStSi 
■ FIiNAL ^EPOKT, 

Aa-417 063 DIV 

RESEARCH PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION 
MATHEMATICS 

FINAL REPOKT ON REStARCH PKOjtfCT IN 
FUNCTION SP'CES ANU ALmEBRAS ON 
GKOIPS INCLI'UI.d BIPLIOjRAPHY OF NOTES 
ANU PUiLICATIO.S. 

AO-416 525 DIV. 

RESEARCH PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION 
RELATIVITY THKORY 

RELATIVITY ANO IRREVERSIBLE 
PROCESSES. 

AO-416 601 DIV. 

RESEARCH PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION 
KICNTIFIC RESEARCH 

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES ON BUCKLf<^ 
THtORT. 

AO-416 529 01 V> 

RESPIRATION 
BASES 

A STUOY PF THE MtCHA.^ICS OF 
VEhTIlATIJN ANO OF PULIONARY 6AI I 
EXCHANGE Is MA.4 DURING STRESS. 
AD-416 534 DIV. 

RETINA 

RADIATION EFFECTS 

RAUlATIo'i TiiNESHOLDS FOR CHOR|0' 
RETINAL iUr4*'S. 

AD-416 89a UIV 

REVIEtS 

NERVE CELLS 

SUMMARIES Or- PAPERS PU6L 
NtOKOBIOLOGY. 

AO-416 609 
ROCRET MOTORS 

ALTITUDE CHAMBERS 

AUXILIAKY EOECTOP EFFFCTS ON ROCKET 
DRIVEN )IFFI'SE>< PERFORMANCE OURiNG 
THKl ST VARIATION. 

AO-417 039 DIV. 10 

ROCRET MOTORS (SOLID PROPELLANT) 

BlttLlOGRAPHIES 
' PIBLIOGKAPH* OF KEP0>4TS ON REVERSE 

THHt'ST SYSTFM riOCKET MOTORS FOR THE 
MlHUTENAN MISSILE. 

AD-416 634 OIV. ft 

SAMPLlN(i 
COSTS 

SINGLE SAHPLINU INSPECTION PlANS 
AS A FUNCTION OF ACCEPTANCE PKOB- 
ABlt,ITY AND CUsT. 
AO-416 800 
SANOIICH CONSTRUCTION 
ANALYSIS 

STRESS A'lALfSIS OF 3 TYPES W 
BOWED JOINTS. 
AO-416 650 
SCRE6S 
JOINTS 

"ECMANICAL PERFORMANCE OF JOt^lTS 
CONSTRUCTEu tlTH HIGH STRENGTH "LASTIC 
STHlCTU^AL (LOAO-BEARINo) MEMBERS. 

HOLDING stkcngth of screws in plastics 

AD-416 665 OIV. 26 

KATS 

BLUNT BODIES 

LAMINAR POUHDARY LAYER FLDR 
BINARY "lAS. 

AD-416 725 OIV. 

SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES 
RAOIOfllOLOGY 

APPLICATION OF SEMICONDUCTOR RAOIA 
TIUN DETECTORS TO RADIOBIOLOiilC 
PROBLEMS. 

AO-416 717 
SERVOMECHANISMS 

STABILIZED PLATFORMS 

SERVO ANALYSIS OF AN INERTIAL 
PLATF0>«'1. 

AO-416 5M 
SHEAH STRESSES 
TEST METHODS 

SHEA^ STPtNuTH ANO SHEAR MODULUS 
Tt»T SPECIMrNS FOR AOHESIVES. 

AD-416 617 OIV. |« 

SHELTERS 
BALLOONS 

• INJ PROTECTION FOR rtAOIOSUNOE 
BALLOONS. 

AD-4t6 774 DIV. 2 

SHOCK lAVES 

TERRAIN 1 

STUUY OF CHANNELING OF AIR B(.AS( 
■AVLSI TOPOGRAPHY AND ITS EFFECT ON 
SHOCK CAVES. 

AD-416 539 OIV 

SHORT TAKE-OFF PLANES 
TEST FACILITIES 

PEOUIREHFNT OF V/STOL AERODYNAMIC 
TEST FACILITY 10 PROVIJE ACCURAtf 



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RELIABLE LO»-SPELU VTOL TRANSITION 
DATA. 

AD-416 993 DIV. 30 

SILICONE PLASTICS 
■ I NOSH I ELDS 

PROTECTION OF lINDSHIELDS RITH 
TYPE K INTt'LAYER BY SATURATION RITH 
GASES ANO LtOUiO AMINO SILANES. 

AD-416 620 DIV. 14 

SILVER ALLOYS 

CORROSION INHIBITION 

OPTMIiATIO.N OF DYNABRAZE B 
BRAZING ALLOY COMPOSITION. 

AO-416 62a 01 Vr 17 

SILVER SOLDERS 
MANSANESE 

UPTIMIZATIUW OF DYNAdRAZE B 
BRAZIN'i ALLPY COMPOSITION. 

AO-416 622 OIV. 17 

SOLIU ROCKET PROPELLANTS 
COMBUSTION 

COMdJSTlON kF solid PROPELLANTS 
ANO FLAMES «TK0CTURESI HETEROGENEOUS 
COMBUSTIONf T«J-DIMfNSIoNAL FLAxf 
PHUPAGATIONl FINAL REPORT. 

AO-416 948 OIV. 10 

SONAR EQUIPMENT 

PARAMETRIC AMPLIFIERS 

PARA1ETr<IC AMPLIFIER FOR USE AT 
FKtOUENCIEs IN THE 40 TO 100 KC 
RA.<GE ENCOo»'TEkED in SOkAR OEVICES. 
AO-416 641 DIV. B 

SPACE MEDICINE 
ASTRONAUTS 

TRANSLATION OF FOREUN RESEARCH 
DEALING! «nH EXPERIMENTAL INVESTt'jA- 
TIONS M COSMIC PHYSIOLOGYI T»0 AP- 
PROACHES TO SETTING UP EXPERIMENTS IN 
COSMIC "MYSIOLOGYI THE PROBLEM OF 
TRANSVERSE ACCtLERATIONSI AND THE >*£- 

sucTs OF Experimentally investigating 

CEmTAIn physiological MECHANISMS 
OUHING LATERAL ACCELERATIONS. 

AO-416 781 DIV. 16 

SPACECRAFT 

ORBITAL TRAJECTORIES 

BASIC TtCHNIOUES FOR ESTIMATING 
SPAPECHAFT TRAJECTORIES FROM THE COM- 
BIHED TRACKING DATA FROM TRACKI'ir, 
Sins LXATFD AT DIFFERENT POINTS ON 
THt EARTH. 

AD-416 742 OIV. 12 

SPACECRAFT 

THERMAL INSULATION 

THE THErCOPHYSICAL PROPERTY HAND- 
B0Uk'C'J4TAI>S LNGINfERIitG DF.SIGN DATA 
REOOlRtJ F0» SLLECTION OF THERMAL- 
CONTROL MATfKlALS FOR SPACE VEHICLES. 
AO-416 727 OIV. 12 

SPEC TROPHOTOME TERS 
COLORIMETRY 

. ADAPTATION oF THE BELKMAN OK-2 
SPtCTROPHOTOMETER TO MEASUREMENT OF 
FLOORESCENT PAINT COLORS. 

AD-417 075 DIV. 29 

SPEECH TRANSMISSION 
VIBRATION 

LFFECTS OF LOR-FREOUENCY VI- - 
. BKaTIdn (2-20 CPSI ON SPEECH 
PRODUCTION. 

AO-416 816 OIV. 16 

SPHERES 

BUC^LINBIMECHANICS) 

PLASTIC ■UC^LING PRESSURE FOR 
SPHERICAL SHELLS. 

AD-417 045 OIV. 29 

SPOT BELOINO 

STAINLESS STEEL 

SPOT CEl'-INu CHARACTERISTICS OF 
PHlS-7 MO STAINLESS STEEL. 

AO-416 625 DIV. 26 

STABILIZED PLATFORMS 
ANALYSIS 

SERVO ANALYSIS OF AN INERTIAL 
PLATFORM, 

AO-416 538 OIV. 12 

STAINLESS STEEL 
HCAT TREATMENT 

PROCESS PDNIKOLI EFFECTS OF 
AUSTENITE CONDITIONING |7-7 PH STAIN 
LESS STEEL AT 1200 F ON MECHANICAL 
PROPERTIES. 

AD-416 618 DIV. 17 

STAINLESS STEEL 
SPOT WELDING 

SPOT «ELPIN>i CHARACTERISTICS OF 
PHlS-7 MO STAI NLESS STEEL. 

AD-416 625 DIV. 26 

STATISTICAL DISTRIBUTIONS 
STATISTICAL TESTS 

SOME ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF RELI- 
ABILITY AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT. 

AO-416 630 OIV. 23 

STEEL 

CORROSION-RESISTANT ALLOYS 

PROCESS fONTROLI EFFECT OF ACID 



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CLLANIN". a* THi. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES 
OF 17-4 Pti STEtL IN VARIOUS HEAT 
TKtATED CO'jPITIoNS. 

AD-416 624 JIV. 17 

STRESS (PHYSIOLOaV) 
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 

A STUOY OF THE MECHANICS OF 
VENTlLATIOiN ANU OF PULMONARY GAS 
EXCHANGE I.N han during STRESS. 

AD-416 934 DIV. 16 

STRESSES 
JOINTS 

STRESS AfALTSIS OF i TYPES OF 
BONDED JOINTS. 

AD-416 690 OIV. 29 

structural SHELLS 
PARABOLIC BODIES 

STRESS ANALYSIS OF PARABOLOIOAL 
SUKFACE STKt'CTURES. 

A0-4t7 081 OIV. 25 

STRUCTURAL SHELLS 
SPHERES 

PLASTIC PUCK.LING PRESSURE FOR 
SPHERICAL SMELi-S. 

AO-417 045 DIV. 29 

SUBMARINE ANTENNAS 
HYDRODYNAMICS 

TOFING TrSTs TO DETERMINE THE 

HYoRouYNAMiP Loading of three sue- 

MAKINE (HIP ANTENNAS. 

AD-417 031 DIV. 8 

SUBMARINE HULLS 

FILAMENT BOUND CONSTRUCTION 

INVESTI'iATION OF STRUCTURAL 
PROBLEMS FITH FILAMENT •OUNO DEEP 
SUUPERSIBLES. 

AD-417 030 OIV. 31 

SUPERSONIC CHARACTERISTICS 
COMBUSTION 

UNIJIMENSIOmAL THEORY OF SUPER- 
SO.NIC COMBUSTIONI LAMINAR DIFFUSION 
FLAMESI COMPUSTION IN BOUNDARY LAYER. 
AO-416 549 DIV. 10 

SUPERSONIC FLO* 
COMBUSTION 

UNIJIMENSIONAL THEORY OF SUPERSONIC 
COMBUSTION. 

AD-416 528 • DIV. 10 
TELEMETER SYSTEMS 
DESI8N 

A Hi'iHLY. VERSATILE TELEMETRY DATA 
TRANSLATION SYSTEM, 

AO-416 637 DtV. 30 

TELEMETER INS RECEIVERS 
S BAND ^ 

OESIiNi FAMrtlCATIONt TESTING OF 
SINGLE SIOEPANO HICRORAVE RECEIVER FOR 
.TELrMETERlN(5. 

AO-417 039 OIV. • 

TERRAIN 

SHOCK iAVES 

STUDY OF CHANNELING OF AIR BLAST 
■AVLSI TOPOGRAPHY AND ITS EFFECT ON 
SHOCK J»VES. 

AO-416 539 DIV. 9 

TERRAIN 

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS 

METHODS PF HEAN ELEVATION DETER- 
MINATION FOR GlODETIC APPLICATION. 
AD-417 067 OIV. 2 

THERMAL RADIATION 
auiDED MISSILES 

THERMAL FAOiATION FROM MISSILE 
PLUMES AND SHOCKSI FABRICATION. 
AO-416 614 OIV. 8 

TOPOL08Y 

INEQUALITIES 

DIFFEOMORPMISMS OF MANIFOLDS. 
AD-416 503 DIV. 15 

TRANSFORMATIONS (MATHEMATICS) 
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 

DIFFEOMOPPHISMS OF MANIFOLDS. 
AD-416 505 OIV. 19 

TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIERS 
INTEBRATEO CIRCUITS 

UTILIZATION OF NE« TgCHNiauES ANO 
DEVICES IN INTEGRATED CIRCUITS, 

AD-416 734 DIV. 8 

TRANSISTORS 

HANUPACTURINB METHODS 

PEMi 400 MCi 300 M«, POFER TRANSISTOR' 
AD-416 610 £IV. e 

TRAVELING VAVC TUBES 
DIGITAL COMPUTERS 

INVESTItjATION OF LARuE-SIGNAL T«T*S. 
AO-416 632 DIV. B 

TRAVELING WAVE TUBES 
MALFUNCTIONS 

STUDY OF FAILURE MECHANISMS IN 
HIGH POfER TRAVELING «AVE TUBESI 
FI.NAL REPORT. 

AO-417 063 DIV. S 

TRAVELING WAVE TUBES 
NOISE (RADIO) 

LOR NOISF TKAVELING-«AVE TUBE 
ENVIRONMENTALUATION. 



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TUNNKL DtOOCS 

MANU^«CTJRIM« HCTHODS 

rORHING OF POINT-CO«(T«CT TONNEU 
DIODES 1Y THE APPl.IC*TIi>N OF BRItr 
ELtCTRIC»U OVErtLOADS. 

AO-416 999 OIV< • 

ULT1US0NIC MOUTION 
NAOIAriON CFrtCTS 

THE IIOLPGICAL EFFECTS OF 
ULTRASOUND. 

»0-<»l6 791 O'*' »* 

UNOCKMOUNO CXPLOSIONf 
SkAST 

TESTS TO DETERMINE TriE AHOONT 
OF PERMANENT DISPLACEMENT OF SOIL 
"AASES CAUSFU UY SOPfACE ANO UNOER- 
SRJliNO •<LICL''AR EXPLOSIO'-lS, 

AO-416 799 OtV. 22 

UPFCR ATHOSFHrU 

CHCPICAL REACTION* 

LABJRATOPY STUDIES OF ATOMIC ANO 
ELtCTRONIC rOLcISION PROCESSES 
RELEVANT TO TMt STUOY OF THE UPPER 
ATMOSPHERE. 

AO-416 9S0 OtV. a 

VARACTOK OlOOeS 

oesiSN 

0ESI3N « Df-vELOPPENT OF THIN FILM 
VAKACTOR DIPDts. 

AO-416 6*2 OIV. S 

VERTICAL TAKE-OFF PLANES 
TEST FACILITIES 

REOOIREHFNT OF V/STOL AERODYNAMIC 
TEST FACILITY TO PROVIDE ACCURATE 
RElIASlE Ly-SPEEO VTOL TRANSITION 
DATA. 

AO-416 99J OIV. 30 

VIBRATION "^ 

LOa FREWJCNCY 

EFFECTS OF LO»-FREOUENCY VI- 
BKATIO.^ (2-?0 CPS) PN SPEECH 
PRJOUCTION. 

AO-416 S16 OIV* 16 

■INO TUNNCLS 
DCSISN 

REOOIRCMENT OF V/STOL AERODYNAMIC 
TEST FACILITY TO PROVIDE ACCURATE 
RELIABLE LOF-SPEEO VTOL TRANSITION 
DATA. 

AO-416 993 OIV. 30 

■INOSMIELOS 

SILICONE PLASTICS 

PROTECTION OF •INOSHIELOS tlTH 
TYPE K INTEPLAYER BY SATURATION WITH 
GAsLS ANO LIQUID AMINO SILANES. 

AO-416 620 OIV. 14 



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1. AIRCRAFT AND FLIGHT 
EQUIPMENT 



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RAND Corp. 

REVIEW AND 

THEORIES, 

by Lloyd Kaechele 

Contract AF49 638 



Santa Monica , Ca Ilf . 
ANALYSIS OF CUMULATI VEl-FATIGUE-DAMAGE 



Aug 63. 82p. iKemo. RM3650PR 
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Descriptors: ("Aircraft, Fatig^ue (Mechanics)). 
("Fatigue (Mechanics). Theory), Airframes, 
Structural parts. Design, Stresses, Analysis, 
Mathematical analysis. 

This Meaorandum contains the reiulljts of a study 
of cumulative fatigue damage. It shows that there 
are certain key assumptions which can be identi- 
fied in current theories. These assumptions 
determine general trends in the structural 
weight required to provide a satisfactory fatigue 
life when a particular theory is used for 
fatigue-preventive design of a flight structure. 
The key assumptions have to do with the way 
fatigue damage is nssumed to occur at different 
stress amplitudes when they are applied alone 
and when they are mixed with other stress ampli- 
tudes (as is the case in aircraft,;. (Author) 



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PREDICTION OF 
TYPICAL FLIGHT 



E. Eldred and N. H. Roberts. 



Northrop Corp., Hawthorne, Calif. 

INVESTIGATION OF A METHOD FOR THE 

VIBRATORY RESPONSE AND STRESS IN 

VEHICLE STRUCTURE, 

by R. N. White, K. 

Aug 63, 309p. 

Contract AF33 616 8219. Proj. 137D, Task 137009 

ASD TDR62 801 Unc lassif lied report 

1 Deicripiors: ("Airframes, VibrHtion), Struc- 
^. tares. Stresses, Test methods. Test facilities. 
Models (Simulation), Design. Construction, 
Model tests. Sonic fatigue. Failure (Mechanics) 
Scale, Reliability. 



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projects 
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techn i ques 



2. ASTRONOMY, GEOPHYSICS AND 
GEOGRAPHY 



^D-A^b 5iV0 Div. 2 

(TISTP/MFA) OTS price $10.10 

Coastal Studies Inst., Louisiana State U., 

Baton Rouge. 

RECENT GEOMORPHIC HISTORY OF THE PONTCHARTRAIN 

BASIN. LOUISIANA, 

by Roger T. Saucier. 15 May 62, lUp. 

Technical rept. no. 16; Contribution no. 63 2 

Contract Nonr1575 03, Proj. NR388002 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Lakes, Deltas), ("Paleoecology, 
Sedimentation), Geology, Stratigraphy, 
Geography, Culture, Rivers, Beaches, Ceramic 
materials. Geologic age determination. 



The Pon 
i nclude 
has a h 
glacial 
Mi ssiss 
the bas 
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morphol 
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levees , 
abandon 
sidence 
as clue 
signifi 
chronol 
of nume 
of arti 
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of over 
clues t 
changes 
subside 



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trai n 
the M 
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level 
River 
histo 
n and 
1 and 
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disc 
the p 
event 
as be 
radio 
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year 
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provi 
(Auth 



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AD-ii16 5i;6 Div. 2 

(TISTP/FR) OTS price $12.00 

Interagency Committee on Oceanography, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

UNIVERSITY CURRICULA IN OCEANOGRAPHY. ACADEMIC 
YEAR 1963-6il. 



Division 2 - ASTRONOMY, GEOPHYSICS AND GEOGRAPHY 



June 63, 162p. 

ICO Pamphlet no. H 



Unclassified report 



Descriptors: {•Oceanology, Education), Educa- 
tion, Uni versi ties . 



AD-ill6 580 Div. 2. A 

(TISTM/ODN) OTS price $2.60 



Harvard U. , Canbridge, Mass. 

LABORATORY STUDIES OF ATOMIC 

COLLISION PROCESSES RELEVANT 

UPPER ATMOSPHERE. 

Fina 1 rept . , 

by N. P. Carleton. 6 May 63, 

Contract AF19 628 206 

AFCRL Rept. no. 63 656 Unclassified report 



AND ELECTRONIC 
TO THE STUDY OF 



30p. 



THE 



Descriptors: ("Upper a tn|^osphere. Chemical re- 
actions), (•Recombination reactions. Upper 
atmosphere), (»Gases, Ions), (*Ions, Chemical 
reactions). Atomic energy levels, Emissivity, 
Bibliographies, Simulation, Calcium compounds. 
Sodium compounds. Potassium compounds, 
Magnesium compounds. 

The work done described in this report is divided 
into two major parts: (I) a study of ion-molecule 
and molecule-molecule collisions in the range of 
20C-200C ev energy, with applications to meteor 
physics; and (2) a study of electron-molecule 
and molecule-molecule collisions at energies of 
a few volts of less, with applications to at- 
mospheric reactions. Excitation and charge 
transfer in collisions of N2(+), Ar(+), Ne(+), 
K(+), Na(+), Mg(+), and Ca(+) with N2 and Ar have 
been studied. Work has been extended to meas- 
uring momentum transfer crpss sections for these 
collisions, so as to evaluate the fraction of 
energy lost which goes into radiation of a given 
wavelength which is excited. (Author) 



AD-416 672 Div. 2 
(TISTP/FR) OTS price $5.60 

Travelers Research Center Inc., Hartford, Conn. 
STUDIES OF TECHNIQUES FOR THE ANALYSIS AND 
PREDICTION OF TEMPERATURE IN THE OCEAN. PART I, 
THE OBJECTIVE ANALYSIS OF SEA-SURFACE TEMPERA- 
TURE. 

Interim rept. , 

by Albert ThomaseU, Jr. and James G. Welsh. 
July 63. 52p. Rept. no. 7046 70 
Contract N62306 905 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Oceans, Temperature), Gulf 
stream. Temperature. Statistical analysis. 



Objective analyses of sea- 
were tested developmenta 11 
Hatteras, including part 
determine the best analysi 
minimum space scales that 
specified with currently a 
types of errors inherent i 
considered. Noise is caus 
transmission, and position 
example. Time variability 
change in temperature with 
by the use of data collect 
time for a single analysis 
ecus data precludes a usef 
Analysis error represents 
the analysis prepared with 
true analysis prepared wit 
(Author) 



surface temperature 
y for a region near 
f the Gulf Stream, to 
s procedure and the 
may be accurately 
vailable data. Thr«e 
n the analysis were 
ed by instrumental, 
inaccuracies, for 
is ca used by loca 1 
time and is introduced 
ed over a period of 

Sparsity of simultan- 
ul synoptic analysis, 
the difference between 

a ct ua 1 data and the 
h infinitely dense data. 



AD-iil6 746 Div. 2 
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Hydronautics Inc., Laurel, Md . 

THE UPPER OCEAN LAYERS. 

by Owen M. Phillips. May 63, 47p. Technical rept. 

10. 231 1 

;ontract Nonr3688 00 

Unclassified report 

Oescriptorst ("Oceans, Convection), Convection, 
Heat transfer. Buoyancy, Motion, Temperature, 
Sal inity. 

The small and mezo-scale dynamical processes that 
occur in the ocean above the thermocline are 
discussed. This region is divided naturally into 
three separate layers, each being dominated by 
different dynamical effects. Very near the sur- 
face there is a conductive sublayer, and esti- 
mates are given for the thickness and temperature 
difference across this region. The influences 
of surface films are discussed. Below this is a 
forced convection layer (the mixed layer) where 
the wind stress provides the dominant energy 
source for the turbulence. Expressions are given 
for the thickness of this layer (the Monin- 
Obuchow length, L) and compared to the available 
oceanographic data from Project Compare. The 
temperature, salinity, and velocity profiles in 
this region are discussed also. Below the forcexl 
convection layer is a region where buoyancy 
forces dominate. When the stability is positive, 
any natural notions are in the form of internal 
waves. Under unstable conditions, convection 
plumes form between the' depth i • L' • and the 
thermocline. Characteristics of the motion, as 
inferred from experimental data, are described. 
(Author) 



AD-416 774 
(TISTE/OHD) 



Div. 2, 30 
OTS price $1.10 



Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 
WIND PROTECTION FOR RADIOSONDE BALLOONS, 
by N. G. Durasov. 2 Aug 63, 4p. 
FTD TT63 708 .,--.-.-., 



Trans from Patent 
765832/26-10, pp. 



Unclassified report 

Nr. 152108, (Appl. Nr. 
1-3, 19 February 1962) . 



Descriptors: (»Balloon equipment. Wind), 
(•Shelters. Balloons), Meteorological ballooni. 
Radiosondes, Patents. 

The distinguishing peculiarity of the described 
wind-protection consists in its being designed 
in the form of an ellipsoid with asymmetrical 
halves, assembled from metallic tubes bent in 
the form of an arc. The tubes of the lower 
half of the ellipsoid have thick elastic mater- 
ial atretched over them and are fastened immov- 
able on terminal collars with an opening for 
the outlet of the balloon, and the tubes of the 
upper half of the ellipsoid have stretched over 
them a thin materials and are fastened movable 
on the same kind of collars. The wind protec- 
tion of such a design simplifies the process of 
filling and exhausting the balloons. Besides 
the converging arcs of the upper half of the 
ellipsoidal wind protection are provided with 
a lock securing them when closed. (Author) 



AD-416 777 
(TISTP/MFA) 



Div. 2 
OTS price $1 .10 



Foreign Tech. Div.. Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 

RATE OF THE VERTICAL MOVEMENT OF THE AIR OVER 



2 



CHEMICAL WARFARE EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS - Division 3 



THE CAUCASUS DISTRICTS. 

by S. U. Guriiya, 6 Aug 63, 8p. 

FTD TT63 709 UnclassifUd report 



Trans, from Tbilissk N 
Institute, No. 10, pp. 



-i Gidrometeroro logfya 

117-120. 1962. 



Descriptors: ("Air mass analysis. Atmosphere) ,\ 
(•Meteorology, Analysis), Clouds, Thunder- 
storms, Motion, Wind, Mountain! 



AD-416 807 Div. 2, 22 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $5.60 

Naval Radiological Defense Lab., San Francisco, 
Calif. 

SOIL-MOISTURE PREDICTION METHOD FOR NRDL INDUCED- 
ACTIVITY PREDICTION SYSTEM, 
by E. Laumets. 17 July 63. 54p. 
NRDL TR662 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Moisture, Soils), Gamma rays. 
Radioactivity, Neutrons, Nuclear explosions. 
Neutron flux. Hydrogen, Atoms, Attenuation, 
Drainage. ' 



Part 
gamma - 
pr oduc 
eleme n 
bursts 
i n the 
the mo 
to the 
ne ut ro 
are hi 
Thus, 
ga mma 
di cti n 
i nches 
comput 
• ' book 
and ex 
accret 
the ye 
and i m 
demons 
(Autho 



f the mil 
radiat i on 
ed by the 
ts by neu 

is that 

top soil 
isture CO 

surface 
n flux, s 
ghly effe 
there is 
radiation 
g the soi 

of soil 
ational p 
keepi ng' ' 
peri menta 
ion a nd d 
ar. The 
peded dra 
trated by 
r) 



Itary 
doses 
radi o 
trons 
of pre 
layer 
ntent 
lies t 
i nee h 
ct i ve 
less a 
by th 
1 moi s 
is des 
rocedu 
form, 
1 valu 
epleti 
method 
i nage 
simpl 



problem of ptedi 

at 3 feet above 
activity induced 
emitted from nuc 
dieting the mois 

of interest. T 
in this layer, t 
he major part of 
ydrogen atoms in 
in thermalizing 
ttenuation at th 
e soil. A netho 
ture content in 
cribed. The met 
re follows a sim 

is based on soi 
es on daily nois 
on for different 

is applicable t 
conditions. The 
e and complex ex 



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AD-417 036 Div. 2 
(TISTA/LSK) OTS price $6.60 

Army Natick Labs., Mass. 

A STUDY OF WINDBORNE SAND AND DU^t IN DESERT 

AREAS, 

by Thomas Clements, Richard 0. Stione, John F. 

Mann, Jr., and James L. Eymann. Aiug 63, 6lp. 

ANL Technical rept. no. ESS 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Dust storms, Deserts), Sands, 
Wind, Storms, Climatology. 



Severe sa 
less than 
ert areas 
severe st 
storms oc 
for a per 
is higher 
turbed by 
ture or 1 
a storm, 
amounts a 
general ly 
feet. Wi 
2 feet of 
height in 



nd and 
2'per 
of sou 
orms av 
cur in 
iod of 
in des 
man' s 
arge-sc 
sand an 
re carr 
on ly a 
nd-dr i v 
the gr 
all bu 



dust 
year 
thwes 
erage 
late 
1 to 
ert a 
actlv 
ale ffl 
d dus 
led a 

few 
en sa 
ound, 
t ext 



storms 
on the 
tern Un 

about 
winter 
3 days. 
reas th 
Ities, 
i 1 itary 
t i n mi 

few mi 
hundred 
nd i s c 

with 6 
remely 



occu 
aver 
ited 
4 pe 
or s 
St 
at h 
such 

man 
li ta 
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fee 
high 



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State 
r year 
pri ng 
orm in 
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as ag 
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at mos 

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winds 



rate of 
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and last 

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Critical 



pick- 
the t 
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or no 
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per h 
sandy 
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30 to 
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the s 
above 
will 
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AD-417 055 Div. 2, 25 
(TISTP/MFA) OTS price $6.60 

Brown Engineering Co., Huntsville, Ala. 

CHARACTERISTICS AND ORIGIN OF THE NONTHERMAL 

RADIO EMISSION FROM JUPITER, 

by N. F. Six, Jr. July 63, 62p. Technical note 

R60 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Jupiter, Rad iof requency 
pulses), Statistical distributions. Proba- 
bility, Polarization, Microwaves, Line spec- 
trum. Noise (Radio). 

An up-to-date summary is presented of the ex- 
perimental data collected by monitoring the 
nonthermal rad 1 of requency signals from the 
planet Jupiter. The latter part contains a dis- 
cussion of the theories which attempt to explain 
the origin of the microwave and decameter com- 
ponents of the radiation, in the light of these 
data. (Author) 



AD-417 067 Div. 2 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $7.60 

Ohio State U. , Columbus. 

AN INVESTIGATION OF FEASIBLE METHODS OF MEAN 
ELEVATION DETERMINATION FOR GEODETIC APPLICATION,, 
by Merlin Chapman Smith, Jr. 1963, 66p. 
Contract AF23 601 3549, Proj. I4II 

Unclassified report 

Hasten s thesis. 

Descriptors: (•Geodesies, Terrain), ("Ter- 
rain, Statistical analysis), Mountains, Map- 
ping, Feasibility studies. Measurement. 

Contents : 

Geodetic application of mean elevations ^ 

Problems involved in mean elevation determination 

Map evaluation 

Investigation of the estimation method of mean 

elevation determination 
Investigation of the point value method of mean 

elevation determination 
Analysis and comparison of results 
Conclusions and recommendations 



3. CHEMICAL WARFARE 
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS 

AD-417 068 Div. 3 

(TISTB/WAO OTS price $1.60 

Monsanto Research Corp., Everett, Mass. 
NEW CONCEPT STUDIES. CW DEFENSE. 



Division 4 - CHEMISTRY 

Bimonthly progress rept. no. 1. 1 July-1 Sep 63, 
by J. 0. Smith. B. M . Fabuss, and D. A. Duncan. 
7 Sep 63. 7p. 
Contract DA13 108AUC238 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Chemical warfare agents, 
Physfical chemistry). Humidity. Adsorption 
(Physical), Vapors. Liquid, Chromatographic 
analysis. Gas flow. Tests, Sorption. 

An experimental apparatus for vapor phase adsorp- 
tion experiments hns been assembled. Preliminary 
runs on the apparatus gave uniform saturation of 
the gas air stream with organic compounds and 
water. The vapor phase chromatographic apparatus 
to be usffd in the experimental work was checked 
on highly dilute samples of ethyl t hi oph osphate . 
Based on a literature survey on experimental 
methods of determining wetting and spreading 
characteristics of sorbents. an apparatus for 
contact-angle and adhesion tension measurement 
was designed. (Author) 



AD-416 603 Div. U 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $1.60 

Georaia U. . Athens. ,_„ 

CHEMICAL AND ENZYMATIC STUDIES ON THE CONVERSION 

OF CHEMICAL ENERGY TO LIGHT. 

1963. 12p. 

Grant AF AF0SR62 73 and AF AFOSRU 63 

AFOSR 5206 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Organic compounds, Lumines- 
cence), (•Luminescence. Organic compounds). 
(•Photochemistry, Luminescence), Fluorescence. 
Spectra (Visible and ultraviolet). N-hetero- 
cyclic compounds. Polycyclic compounds. 
Eraissivity. Oxidizers. Solutions. Potassium 
compounds. Hydroxides. Sulfates. Sodium com- 
pounds. Organic nitrogen compounds. Molecular 
structure. Molecular spectroscopy. Chlorine 
compounds, Dioxides, Oxidation. Chromatog- 
raphic an&lysis, Enzymes. 

Contents: Lophine derivatives; Cinnoline de- 
rivatives; and Indoles. 



'ft 



AD-416 bOU Div- ^ 

(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $1.60 



4. CHEMISTRY 



AD-iil6 507 Div. U 

(TISTM/ODN) OTS price $1.10 

Princeton U., N. J. 

ELECTROCHEMISTRY OF FILMS, 

Final rept.. 7 Oct 60-31 Oct 62, 

by C. G. Enke. 31 Oct 62. Up. 

Contract AFii9 638 9'^3 

AFOSR Rept. no. ^876 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Films, Electrochemistry), 
(•Electrochemistry. Films). Electrodes. 
Silver, Silver compounds. Chlorides, Circuits, 
Electrolytic cells. Electric potential. 
Adsorption, Complex compounds. Cobalt 
compounds. 



AD-il6 583 Div. U, 25, 30 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $5.60 

Laboratories for Research and Development, 
Franklin Inst., Philadelphia, Pa. 
DETERMINATION OF 02 CONCENTRATION OF 02-N2 MIX- 
TURES BY ULTRAVIOLET ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY (A 
FEASIBILITY STUDY). 

by R. G. Amicone, C. T. Davey and R. G. Franklin. 
Aug 63. 56p. Rept. no. F 819^2 
AMRL M52 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Oxygen, Determination), ("Gases, 
Ultraviolet spectroscopy). Mixtures, Nitrogen. 
Feasibility studies, Absorption spectrum, Ul- 
traviolet radiation, Ultraviolet filters. 

The measurements made in this study Indicate that 
the concentration of oxygen can be determined by 
the use of an ultraviolet absorption technique. 
The results also indicate that a fairly linear 
response could be expected with variations in the 
partial pressure of oxygen. Several areas were 
uncovered that require further investigation in 
order to define the parameters for a working 
model and a program is recommended as a follow-up 
to this study. (Author) 



Haven, Conn. 
THE CHLOKINA- 



L. Heying, 
Technical 



and 



Ol^n Mathieson Chemical Corp., New 
A NEW SERIES OF ORGANOBOHANES. I: 
TION OF 11,12-DICAHBADODECABORANE, 
by Hansjuergen Schroeder, Theodore 
Joseph R. Reiner. 2 Jan 63, 12p. 
rept. no. 12; Rept, no. 3395 
Contract Nonr339500. Task NR356 ^31 

Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ("Organic compounds, Organo- 
boranes), ("Organobor anes , Chlorine compounds), 
("Chlorine compounds, Organobor anes) , Synthesis 
(Chemistry), Ch 1 or i nat i on, Decaborane, Spectra 
(Infrared), Nuclear magnetic resonance. 
Physical properties, Molecular structure. 

A detailed investigation of the chlorination of 
a new series of organobor anes derived from dec- 
aborane-U resulted in the stepwise formation of 
a number of c hi orocarboranes containing from two 
to eleven chlorine atoms per molecule. Some of 
their chemical characteristics are described; a 
detailed B-1 1 NMR treatment of the parent car- 
borane (B10H10C2H2) , B10C110C2H2 and B10C110C2HC1 
as related to structural considerations is 
presented. (Author) 



AD-416 619 Div. -i, U 
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General Dynamics, Fort Worth, Tex. 
INVESTIGATION OF NEW UNCONVENTIONAL POLYMERIZA- 
TION TECHNIQUES AND DEVELOPMENT OF SEMI-INORGANIC 
BORON CONTAINING POLYMERS, 

by J. P. Thomas. 5 Aug 63, 32p. Rept. no. ERR 
FW124 

Contract AF33 657 112U 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Polymers, Boron compounds), 
("Polymerization Heat-resistant materials), 
("Boron compounds. Polymerization). Manufac- 
turing methods. Inorganic polymers. Synthesis 
(Chemistry). N-heterocyc 1 i c compounds. Mono- 
cyclic compounds, Epoxy plastics. Laminates, 
Plastics, Zinc compounds, Chlorides, Sulfur, 
Melting,, Salts, Laminated plastic. Tempera- 
ture, Stability. 




a techniques 
rogram where 

Cerrobend 
aedia. The 
em the B-tri- 
iallylmelamine 

investigation. 
Ole was synthe- 
» this low 
dehyde resin was 
razole material 
a of B-tri- 
amine was syn- 
ght of approxi- 
red with B-tri- 

as a lifflinating 
d laminates. 



COMMUNICATIONS - Division 5 

DETECTION - Division 6 

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT -^Division 7 

Descriptors: ("Hultipath transmission. 
Modulation), ("Modulation, Multipath trans- 
mission), ("Demodulation, Multipath trans- 
mission). Communication systems. Attenuation, 
Noise (Radio), Special functions (Mathemati- 
cal), Equations, Errors, Electromagnetic wave 
reflectors. Moon, Communication satellites 
(Passive), Reflectors, Pulse communication 
systems. Mathematical analysis. 



5. COMMUNICATIONS 



AD-A16 585 
(TISTE/JBM) 



Div. 5 
OTS price $2.60 



Aerospace Information Div., Wasl^lngton, D. C. 
COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS ~ PART I ~ REVIEW OF 
SOVIET LITERATURE ~ COMPILATION OF ABSTRACTS, 
27 Aug 63, 27p. 
AID P63 111 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Communication systems. 
Abstracts), ("Abstracts, Telephone communica- 
tion systems), ("Telephone communication sys- 
tems. Abstracts), Telephone equipment. Multi- 
channel telephone systems. Multiplex. 



AD-416 586 Div. 5, 25 

(TISTP/HG) OTS price $5.60 



Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO FEEDBACK DEMODULATION, 

by Harry L. Van Tree/. 16 Aug 63, 53p. Rept. 

no. 65G5 

Contract AF19 628 500 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Modulation, Feedback), Phase 
modulation. Frequency modulation. Band-pass 
filters, Models (Simulation), Signal-to-noise 
ratio. Noise (Radio), Statistical processes, 
Statistical functions. Functions. Equations, 
Integration. Tables, Errors. 

The basic ideas oi feedback demodulation are de- 
veloped from a tutorial point of view. Two area: 
are emphasized. The first area is the develop- 
ment of models of varying complexity which may 
be used to study system behavior. The second 
area is the design of feedback demodulators for 
the demodulation of large deviation angle-modu- 
lated signals. (Author) 

AD-A16 639 Div. 5 

(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $3.60 

Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Teoli., Lexington. 

OPTIMUM PULSE TRANSMISSIONS FOR MULTIPATH 

CHANNELS, 

by John G, Proakis. 16 Aug 63, J8p, Rept. no. 

6^G3 

Contract AF19 628 500 

AFESD TDR63 101 Unclasiilfied report 



The problem of modulation and demodulation tech- 
niques for communicating through fluctuating 
multipath channels has been considered in rather 
general terms by several authors. In this 
report the performance of an incoherent M-ary 
communication system operating via a fluctuating 
multipath channel is computed under very rejstric- 
tive conditions on the channel behavior, namely, 
that the received signal consists of resolvable, 
independently Rayleigh fading paths each of 
which has been corrupted addltively by indepen- 
dent gaussian noise. Probability of error 
expressions are given for the M-ary receiver 
which are generalizations of results obtained 
earlier by Turin, Hahn, and Pierce. From these 
expressions the optimum time duration for puls'e 
transmissions is computed for two channels — the 
orbital dipole channel and the moon. (Author) 

AD-4.17 037 Div. 5 
(TISTE/CAM) OTS price $2,50 

Bell Telephone Labs., Inc., Whippany, N. J. 

WEAK-SIGNAL COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES. 

Final rept.. May 61-Apr 63. 

July 63, 96p. 

Contract AF33 616 8272, ProJ . -i335. Task A33508 

ASD TDR63 525 Unclassified report 

Report on Applied Communication Research for Air 
Force Vehicles. 

Descriptors: ("Radio signals. Communication 
systems), ("Communications theory. Radio 
signals). Theory, Frequency shift keyers. 
Coding, Demodulation, Analog systems. Signal- 
to-noise ratios. Analysis, Model tests. 

Results are presented of a two-year study of 
weak-signal communication techniques. The 
theoretical results obtained during the first 
year of the progran, although summarized here, 
are documented more fully in the interim report 
(AD 299-219) dated April 1962. That report in- 
cludes evaluation of bounds on communication 
performance, determination of the threshold 
performance of FMFB demodulators, analysis of FSK 
systems with noise-like signals, and determina- 
tion of group code performance. The present 
report contains the results of additional 
theoretical studies on threshold hounds for analog 
communication systems; a detailed analysis and 
evaluation of the use of binary group codes on 
the Gaussian noise channel; and a more complete 
analysis of the performance of multilevel FSK 
systems which employ noise-like signals. An 
octary system, a breadboard version imple- 
mented under this program, is described in 
detail. (Author) 



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8. ELECTRONICS AND 
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 



AD-416 551 
(TISTE/OHD) 



Div. 8, 30 
OTS price $5.60 



Descriptors: (»Tunnel diodes, Manufacturing 
nethods), ("Manufacturing methods, Tunnel 
diodes), Gernanium, Aluminum, Impurities, 
Arsenic, Thermal conductivity. Phonons, High 
temperature research. Equations, Eutectlci. 



Stanford Research Inst., Menlo Park, Calif. 
ALL-MAGNETIC SHIFT REGISTER SCHEME STUDIES, 
by E. K. Van De Riet. July 63. 52p. Technical 
rept. It 
Contract Nonr 2712 00, SRI Proj. 2697 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Computer storage devices, 
SMitching circuits), ("Magnetic core storage. 
Switching circuits), (•Classification, Switch- 
ing circuits). Magnetic cores. Bodies of revo- 
lution, Rings, Configuration, Design. 



A method of cataloging and s 
netic shift register circuit 
demonstrated. The catalogin 
a consistent organization of 
the synthesis process genera 
shift register schemes in a 
•Scheme' as used here relate 
twitching of the various ele 
configuration to accomplish 
ter. The term Is defined mo 
report. The synthesis proce 
three different configuratio 
torolds and wire coupling lo 
only to the three-c lock-phas 
configurations. Two new sch 
sized in addition to two tha 
Application of this synthesi 
complicated configurations s 
interesting and more practic 



ynthesizing all-mag- 
s is described and 
g procedure provides 

known schemes, and 
tes all possible 
given category, 
s to the sequence of 
ments of a particular 
shifting In a regis- 
re Completely in the 
ss wa s applied to 
ns of magnetic 
ops . It wa s applied 
e schemes in these 
emes were synthe- 
t were, already known. 
s technique to more 
hould result in more 
al circuits. (Author) 



AD-ii16 58^ 
(TISTM/EJH) 



Dlv. 8, 26 
OTS price $2.60 



General Dynamics/Electronics, San Diego, Calif. 

APPLICATION OF NEW MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES IN 

ELECTRON GUN FABRICATION. 

Final development rept., 1 Oct 62-30 June 63 

20 Aug 63, 21p. 

Contract NObtr 81208, ProJ . SR0080302 

Unclassified report 

Deteriptori: (•Electron guns. Manufacturing 
methods), (•Cathode ray tubes, Manufacturing 
methods), Molding, Life expectancy, Glass, 
Bonding, Mica. 



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AD-^16 599 Div. 8 
(TISTE/JMS) OTS price $8.60 

Carlyle Barton Lab., Johns Hopkins U. , Baltimore, 

Md. 

A FORMING STUDY OF POINT-CONTACT TUNNEL DIODES, 

by H. J. Lory. May 63, 99p. Technical rept. 

BO. AFIO^ 

Contract AF33 657 11029, Task AO;3601 

Unclassified report 



The factors involved in the forming of point- 
contact tunnel diodes by the application of 
brief electrical overloads are studied. As a 
test of the theory, a diode fabricated from 
N-doped germanium and an aluminum catwhisker is 
used through the paper. After a brief review 
of the thermal and electrical conductivities of 
heavily doped germanium at elevated temperatures, 
an evaluation is made of the critical breakdown 
voltage (the applied voltage below which no 
forming of any type occurs), assuming constant 
electrical and temperature-dependent thermal con- 
ductivity. Junction effects are taken into ac- 
count by considering the ''cold'' diode charac- 
teristic in predicting a voltage below which cur- 
rent is limited by Junction effects and at)ove 
which spreading resistance dominates. This 
yields a value of series voltage which must be 
subtracted from the applied pulse voltage in 
calculating an effective critical voltage. The 
critical voltage for the sample diode is cal- 
culated and the result agrees well with experi- 
ment, (Author) 



AD-416 605 Div. 8 
(TISTP/FR) OTS price $8.10 

Research Lab. of Electronics, Hats. Intt. of 

Tech. , Cambridge. 

A COMMUNICATION ANALYSISOF HIGH-FREQUENCY 

IONOSPHERIC SCATTERING. 

by Gor^n Einartton. 15 Mar 62, 76p. Technical 

rept. no. 400 

Contract DA36 039sc78108, ProJ. 3 99 00 000, 

Task 3 99 20 001 

Unclassified report 

Master' s thesis. 

Descriptors: (•Ionospheric propagation, 
Scattering), Scattering, Multlpath transmis- 
sion. Mathematical prediction. Radio communica- 
tion systems. 

A communication scheme for random multlpath 
channels Is investigated. During predetermined 
intervals the transmitter sends a sounding 
signal that the receiver uses to predict the 
behavior of the channel during the intermediate 
time when communication is performed. It Is 
assumed that the channel varies slowly, and that 
the additive noise in the receiver is low. The 
possibility of representing a multlpath channel 
as a time-variant filter is investigated. A 
sampling theorem for linear bandpass filters is 
derived, and the results that can be expected 
when it is used to represent a single fluctuating 
path with Doppler shift are discussed. (Author) 



AD-416 6U Div. 8, 30, 6 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $1.60 

Utah State U. , Engineering Experimental Station, 

Logan. 

THERMAL RADIATION FROM MISSILE PLUMES AND SHOCKS. 

Monthly progress rept. no. 13, 15 Sep-15 Oct 61, 

by D. J. Baker, C. L. Hyatt and Larry S. Cole. 

15 Oct 61 , 19p. 

Contract AF19 604 7^23 • 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Thermal radiation. Guided 
missiles), (•Instrumentation, Exhaust gases), 
(•Checkout equipment. Operation), Spectropho- 



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ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT - Division 8 



tometers. Measurement, Circuits, Electronic 
equipment. Preamplifiers, Feasibility studies. 
Interferometers, Detection, Manufacturing 
methods. Shock waves. Rockets, 



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AD-416 632 Div. 8 

(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $4.60 

Electron Phytict Lab., U. of lljligan. Ana 

Arbor. 

INVESTIGATION OF URGE-SIGNAL TBAVELING-WAVE 

TUBES. 

Quarterly progrett rept. no. 2, 1 Oct-31 Dec 62, 

by G. T. Konrad and J. E. Rowe. July 63, 37p. 

Contract AF30 602 2834, ProJ. 5573, Tatk 557303 

RADC Rept. no. TDR63 108 

Unclattified report 

Descriptors: (•Traveling wave tubes, Digital 
computeri). Mathematical analytit. Nonlinear 
lyttemt, Radi of requency power, Detign, S band. 
Nolle (Radio), Electron tube partt. Electron 
quBi. 



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Navy Mine Defense Lab., Panama City, Fla. 

PARAMETRIC AMPLIFICATION AT SONAA FREQUENCIES 

(40-100 KC). 

by Shyne B. Marley. Sep 63, 15p. 

Subprojeet SR011 01 01, Task no. 0401 

NMOL R4Bp.t. 212 Unclattified report 




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Lexington. 



Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

CODING FOR TRACKING RADAR RANGING, 

by T. C. Bartee and P. E. Wood. 11 June 63, 

36p. Technical rept. no. 318 

Contract AF19 628 500 

AFESD TDR63 104 Unclassified report 

Deseriptori: (•Radar tracking. Ranges 
(Dittanee)), (•Coding, Sequences), Spacecraft, 
Polynomials, Networks, Design, Measurement, 
Modulation, Detection, Reliability. 



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AD-416 653 Div. 8 
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Cornell U., School of Electrical Engineering, 

Ithaca, N. Y. 

THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS OF 

LINEAR-BEAM MICROWAVE TUBES. 

Interiumrept. no. 1. 

July 63, I60p. Rept. no. EE558 

Contract AF30 602 2573, ProJ. 5573, Task 557303 

.'.ADC TDR63 185 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Klystrons, Electron beams), 
(•Electron beams. Electron tubes). Electron 
guns. Theory, Mathematical analysis. Focusing, 
Magnetic fields. Cavity resonators. 

A new approach for enhancing the effi'ft*ency and 
possibly improving the velocity filtering action 
of klystrons is described. The approach involves 
circulating r-f power through the output cavity 
in the proper magnitude and phase so as to im- 
prove the process of energy extraction from the 
electron beam. Theoretical and experimental in- 
vestigations are being conducted concurrently 
into the effects of a moderate d-c scallop (i.e., 
up to 30 per cent scallop) on the small-signal. 



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this degree of scallop. 

electron beams from con 
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symmetric, axially vary 
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for an experimental kly 

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AD-416 682- Div. 8 
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Bell Telephone Labs., Inc., Whipp'any, N. J. 
MICROWAVE DIODE RESEARCH. 
Quarterly progress rept. no. 13, 10 Mar- 
9 June 63, 

by J. C. Irvin. 9 June 63. I8p. 
Contract DA36 039sc89205, Proj . 3A99 21 001 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Varactor diodes. Design). 
Gallium. Gallium compounds. Arsenic, Arsenic 
compounds. Epitaxial growth. Noise, Tempera- 
ture, Capacitance, Frequency, Films. 



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Carlyle Barton Lab., Johns Hopkins 
Md. 

SEQUENTIAL DETECflON. 

by David Middleton. Sep 63, 77p. 

Contract AF30 602 2597, Proj. 4505. Task 450501 

RADC TDR63 179 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Noise (Radio), Detection), 
(»Ra«io signals. Sequential analysis). Com- 
munication systems. Errors, Probability, 
Statistical tests. Statistical analysis. 
Stochastic processes, Sampling, Theory. 

Basic problems Involving the binary, sequential 
detection of signals in noise are discussed In 
detail; earlier theory is briefly rev^wed and 
then extended to take into account bro»<Jer types 




of node 
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Pacific Semiconductors Inc., Lawndale, Calif. 

UTILIZATION OF NEW TECHNIQUES AND DEVICES IN 

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS. 

Quarterly rept. no. 1, 1 May-31 July 63. 

31 July 63. 81p. 

Contract AF33 657 11185 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Integrated circuits. Circuits). 
(•Transistor amplifiers. Integrated circuits), 
Gain, Bandwidth, Silicon, Thin films (Storage 
devices), Semiconducting films, Resistors, 
Capacitors. Diodes (Semiconductor), Coupling 
circuits, F •dbai:k. Switching circuits. 

he effort duri y this quarter was primarily 
directed toward th.' design of compatible circuit 
techniques and structures for Integrated 
circuits. Review of the Read Amplifier 
ments were made, circuit designs conside 
evaluated. Following contemporary circu 
practice but applicable to parasitic par 
found in the integrated circuit construe 
satisfactory design for the Read Amplifi 
found. Breadboard tests using component 
lating the integrated circuit parameters 
gain-bandwidth products approaching f su 
the bipolar transistor are realizable, 
ing work on all phases of Integrated eir 
rication was carried out. New technique 
area include investigation of small stru 
fabrication for diffused components, and 
Insulated Gate Fifld Effect Transistor. 



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AD-416 747 Div. 8 
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Watklnt-Johnson Co., Palo Alto, Calif. 
WIDE BAND ELECTRONICALLY TUNABLE FILTERS. 
Technical note no. 3, 1 Feb-31 May 63, 
by A. W. Shaw. May 63. 13p. Rept. no. W J63 

609R15 

Contract AF30 602 2625, Proj. 5578, Talk 557301 

RADC TDR63 327 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Filters (Electromagnetic wave). 
Tuning devices). ("Band-pass filters. Broad- 
band), L band. S band. X band, K band, YttriuB. 
Iron alloys. Garnet, Sweep generators. 



ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT - Division 8 



Pr«Tf*** 0" yiG nonreclprocal filters at 1 to 18 
gc is discussed. Four-stage, bandpass filters 
at X- and Ku-bands are nearing completion. Two- 
stage, bandpass filters at L-, S" and C-bands are 
in various stages of completion. A three-stage 
band-reject filter at X-band is nearing completion 
while band-reject filters at L-, S- and C-bands 
are in various stages of completion. A power 
supply to sweep the filters has been designed 
■nd constructed. (Author) 



AD-416 739 Div. 8, 12. 

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Sylvania Electric Products Inc., Naltham, Mass. 
GROUND ELECTRONICS SYSTEM FOR W$-133B (MINUTEMAN) 
Program progress rept. no. 12, 1'-31 July 63, 
by D. B. Hendrick. 31 July 63, Up. 
Contract AF04 694 261 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Guided missiles (Surface-to- 
surface), Electronic equipment), ("Electronic 
equipment. Scheduling), Ground support equip- 
ment, Operations research. Management engineer- 
ing, Scientific personnel, Research program 
administration. Costs, Persontel, Report. 



/ AD-416 754 Div. 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $1 



10 



Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright'Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

DEVICE FOR SEPARATING NARROW FREQUENCY BANDS 

FROM A COMPLEX SIGNAL, 

by A. M. Eilenkrig and V. G. Frolushkin. 

1 July 63. 4p. 

FTD TT63 458 Unclassified report 



Trans, from Patent No. 151699, Afppl. 
576830/26, pp. 1-3. 28 Mar 52. 



No. 



Descriptors: ("Electric filte<rs. Band-pass 
filters). Phase distortion, Frequency analyzers, 
Narrowband, Patents. 11 



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Div. 8 
OTS price $1, 



10 



Microwave Electronics Corp., Palo Alto, Ca^lf. 

DEVELOPMENT OF LOW NOISE TRAVELING-WAVE TUBES 

PHASE III: ENVIRONMENTALIZATION. 

Monthly Status letter no. 17, 1 June-1 July 63. 

1 July 63, 8p. 

Contract N0bsr81227, Proj. SS021D01 

Unclassified report 

Deicriptori: ("Traveling wave tubes. Noise 
(Radio)), Environmental tests. Impedance 
Matching, Vacuum apparatus, L band, S band, 
C band, X band. Electrical properties. 



Efforts were continued on a program to environ- 
mentalize low noise traveling wave tubes. Two 
X-band tubes, M5059, Serials 10 and 16, were 
shipped during the period 1 June to 1 July 1963. 
A third tube, M5059. Serial 9, is ready for life 
testing. The pin-match problem, which delayed 
the L- and S-band effort, has continued to 
remain a problem. Some promising results were 
obtained on test vehicles, and vacuum envelopes 
using these results are now being processed. 
(Author) 



AD-416 810 Div. 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $3.60 

Motorola, Inc., Phoenix, Ariz. 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE 400 Mc, 300 mW 

POWER TRANSISTOR. 

Quarterly rept. no. 8, 23 Mar-23 June 63, 

by R. A. Jacobs, John C. Howe, and J. C. 

Haenichen. 23 June 63, 21p. 

Contract DA36 039sc85975 , 

Unclassified report 
I 
Descriptors: ("Transistors, Manufacturing 
methods), L band. Production, Bonding, Electric 
wire. Epitaxial growth. Aluminum, Vibration, 
Ultrasonic radiation, Germanium. 



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ests on the all aluminum wire 
have been completed. Both systems 
nd gold-aluminum control) passed 
gue with no failures but neither 
to withstand the ultrasonic 
Due to process technology diffi- 
reclude producing this device at a 
d an extension of the contract has 
to enable further process improve- 
a of epitaxial growth. (Author^ 



AD-417 031 Div. 8, 31 
(TISTE/JWS) OTS price $2.60 

David Taylor Model Basin, Washington, D. C. 
TOWING TESTS TO DETERMINE THE HYDKODYNAMIC LOAD- 
ING OF THREE SUBMARINE WHIP ANTENNAS, 
by Richard J. Wirth and James P. Ramsey. 
Aug 63, 26p. 
UTMB Rept. no. 1773 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Submarine antennas. Hydrodynam- 
ics}, ("Omnidirectional antennas. Submarine 
antennas). Tests, Towed bodies, Hydrodynamic 
configurations, Drag, Model basins, Dynamome- 
ters, Photographs, Tables, Antenna masts. 



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AD-417 03 5 Div. 8 

(TISTP/MH) OTS price $2.75 

Sylvania Electric Products, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. 
TELEMETRY SINGLE SIDE BAND, AMPLITUDE MODULATION. 
ALL-SOLID-STATE, S-BAND RECEIVER DESIGN AND 



Division 9 - FLUID MECHANICS 

DEVELOPUENT PROGRAtl. ^ 

Final) re pt.. *' 

by F. Carroll. June 63. 129p. 

Contract AF33 657 845A. ProJ. 4107. Task A10715 
ASD TDR63 472 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Telemeteri ng receivers, 
S band). Single sideband. Comauni cat i on sys- 
tems. Microwave equipment, Solid state physics. 
Crystals, Design, Tests. 

This report covers the design, development, 
fabrication and test of an all-solid-state, 
single sideband microwave (2.15-2.35 gc) re- 
ceiver. The objectives of this program were 
realized using an ;i 1 1-s ol i d-s t ate approach, a 
19-inch panel rack mounting assemblyy s yn- 
chronous detection, r-f carrier tracfing filter 
type of operation and crystal switching for 
channel selection. High reliability and long 
life under a normal laboratory environment were 
stressed in the selection of design techniques 
and components. In the final configuration, the 
.all-solid-state receiver employs diode switching 
of crystals for channel selection, triple con- 
version, automatic frequency control, automatic 
phase control, crystal filtering, product demodu- 
lation and a variable age time constant. The 
receiver, when mounted in its accompanying 
cabinet, weighs 44 pounds and is 24 inches wide, 
7-1/2 inches high, and 15 inches deep. Total 
power consumption is approximately 4 watts. This 
report covers the development of the receiver 
from its conception to its final configuration. 
A comparison of single sideband and other modu- 
lation techniques is also included. In addi- 
tion, the report highlights the areas for further 
investigations. (Author) 



AD-417 063 Div. 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $10 



10 



Inc . 



General Telephone and Electronics Labs. 

STUDY OF FAILURE MECHANISMS IN HIGH POWER /ADIQ 

FREQUENCY GENERATING DEVICES. 

Final rept., 1 Jan-31 Dec 62, 

by M. Friedman Axler and R. A. Hein. 30 Dec 62, 

118p. Rept^ no. TR63 254 4 

Contract AF30 602 2595, Proj . 5519. Task 45155 

RADC TDR63 189 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Traveling wave tubes. Mal- 
functions) , (•Reliability (Electronics) . Elec- 
tron lubes), Radiofrequency power. Gases. 
Mass spectroscopy. Tests, Electron tube parts. 
Impurities. Degasif icat ion , Cathodes (Electron 
tubes) . ^ 

This investigation undertakes to determine the 
causes of failures in gridded power traveling- 
wave tubes. The gas ambient of two types of 
operating tubes and of individual tube sub- 
assemblies and components are examined with an 
omegatron mass spectrometer permanently attached 
to the unit under test. Background gas ambients 
in envelopes containing only omegatrons are used 
as controls and are presented. Electrical test 
parameters of the traveling-wave tube in re- 
lation to its gas ambient are presented and 
correlations are made with cathode activity 
decrease and power output decrease as functions 
of integrated partial gas pressures in the oper- 
ating tube. Contributions made by various proc- 
essed lube components to the gas ambient of the 
operating vactum tube are presented and 
discussed. (Author) 



AD-417 066 Div. 8, 28 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price #5.60 



Anti-Submarine Warfare Lab., 
Center, Johnsville, Pa. 
FREQUENCY INTENSITY MODULATION 
' -HALF-TONE ' • PROCESS. 
Phase rept . , 

by T. R. Trilling. 30 July 63, 44p. 
NADC AM6313 Unclassified 

Master' s thesi s . 



Naval Air Development 
AN ELECTRONIC 



report 



Descriptors: ("Display systems. Frequency 
modulation), ("Frequency modulation. Intensity), 
Cathode ray tubes. Eye, Human engineering, 
Amplitude modulation. Mathematical analysis, 
Naval research. 

This investigation is concerned with: intensity 
modulation; theory of frequency intensity modula- 
tion; design of a frequency intensity modulation 
system; and comparison of frequency intensity 
modulation (FIM) and amplitude intensity modula-f 
lion (aim) systems. Although most of the dis- 
cussion is confined to cathode-ray tube display 
systems, the techniques are applicable to non- 
linear display devices and non-linear 
transducers. (Author) 

c 

AD-417 074 Div. 8 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $4.60 

Friez Instrument Div., BendixCorp., Baltimore, 

Md. 

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT AND FABRICATION OF BARO- 

SWITCh! REMOTE XM-10; BAROSWITCH. PRESET XM-II5 

AND CONTROL BAUOSWITCH SETTING: XT-4126. 

Progress rept. no. 25, 1 June-31 July 63. 

13 Aug 63, 1v. 

Contract DA36 0340RD2890 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Electronic switches. Barometric 
pressure). High altitude, Humidity, Low tem- 
perature research. High temperature research. 
Environmental tests. Pressure, Shock resist- 
ance. Design, Tests. 



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baroswitches were placed on long ter« 

be read at 30 day intervals. One 
ixty-one Revision Requests have been 
gainst the XM-10 - XM-18 drawing sys- 

137 of them approved to date. The 
re received and Vested. Investigations 
fied element setting mechanisms were 

and are reported herein. The XT-4I26A 
r evaluation test program was initiated 
humidity, low temperature and high tern- 
tests, as specified. Results indicated 
setter functioned properly during the 
rature and high temperature tests, 
humidity testing produced failure of 
indicator lamp lens, causing setter 
UJnit S/N 1027 M2 was shipped to 

Arsenal, and units S/N 1023 L2 and 
re awaiting Ordnance inspection. 



9. FLUID MECHANICS 



AD-4I6 539 Div. 9 

(TISTP/WH) OTS price 15.60 



United Research Services. Burlingane, Calif. 
STUDY OF CHANNELING i>f AIR BLAST WAVES. 
F ina 1 rept. , 



-ING pf AIR 



10 



by C. Wilton, N. R. Wallace and |C. Kaplan. 
26 June 63. 53p. Rept. no. URS170 15 
Contract DA49 I46XZO5O 
DASA 1398 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Shock w^ves, Terrain), ("Ter- 
rain, Shock waves). Blast, Nu^jlear explosions , 
Reflection, 



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cur in a large 
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AD-4I6 576 Div. 

(TISTP/WH) ^^ OTS pric 

Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. 

A COOPERATIVE PROGRAM OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH 

AS RELATED TO JET PROPULSION OFFICE OF NAVAL 

RESEARCH, DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY. 

Semi-annual progress rept. 1 Oct 62-31 Mar 63. 

1 Apr 63, 77p. 

AEC NP12767 Unclassified report 

In cooperation with Virginia D., Charlottesville, 
Contract Nonr362300. || 

Descriptors: ("Fluid mechanics. Gas flow). 
Transport properties. High temperature re- 
search. Gases, Thermal conductivity. Reaction 
kinetics. Combustion, Solid rocket 'propel lant s . 



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AD-4I6 725 Div. 9 

(TISTP/MFA) OTS price 15.66 



Space Sciences Lab., General Electric Co., [ 

Philadelphia, pa. 

NONEQUILIBRIUM LAMINAR BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW OF A 

BINARY GAS, 

by F. G. Blottner. June 63, 34p|. Sept. no. 

TIS R63SD17 

Contract AF04 694 222 

(poi 



FLUID MECHANICS - Division 9 

Descriptors: ("Boundary layer. Gas flow), 
("Sheets, Blunt bodies), Conical bodies. Dis- 
sociation, Diatomic molecules, Recombination 
reactions, Partial differential equations. 
Stagnation point. Diffusion, Two-dimensional 
flow. Transformations (Mathematics) , Difference 
equations. Temperature, Press'-'e, Velocity, 
Heat transfer, Density, Laminar flow. 

The non-equilibrium boundary layer is considered 
as a binary mixture of atoms and molecules with 
finite rates of dissociation and recombination. 
To obtain accurate solutions to the partial dif- 
ferential equations for this type of flow without 
any necessary simplifying assumptions, an im- 
plicit finite-difference scheme is developed for 
solving these equations with a digital computer. 
Accurate solutions to the non-equilibrium bound- 
ary layer equations have been obtained in a 
reasonable amount of computer time and are pre- 
sented for a flat plate, cone, and hemisphere 
cylinder. The results show that the non- 
equilibrium boundary layer temperature and com- 
position can be considerably different from 
local equilibrium and frozen results. For a 
cone at 21,000 ft/sec and 100,000 ft. altitude, 
the computations show that at 60 ft. from the 
tip the flow has not reached equilibrium. 
(Author) ( 



AD-416 749 Div. 9 

(TISTP/MH) OTS price $2.60* / 

Space Technology Labs., Inc., Redondo Beach, 

Calif. •-> 

HEAT TRANSFER TO SLENDER CONES IN HYPERSONIC 

FLIGHT, 

by A. Wortman. June 63, 23p. Rept. no, 

6121 7189KU000 

Contract AF04 694 1 

BSD TDR63 182 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Hypersonic flight, Heat trans- 
fer). Conical bodies. Turbulent boundar^y layer, 
Reynolds nurlber. Shock waves, Equations, Densi- 
ty, Velocity, Aerodynamic heating, Reentry 
vehi cles . 



63, 34p.| Kept. no. 
Unclassltfied report 



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Division 10 - FUELS AND COMBUSTION 

Division 11 - GROUND TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 

10. FUELS AND COMBUSTION 



AD-Aie 528 
(TISTM/Ai) 



Dlv. 10 
OTS price $2.60 



Institute Nacional d^Tecnica, Aeronautica 

(Spain) . 

UNIDIMENSIONAL THEORY OF SUPERSONIC COMBUSTION, 

by I. Da-«iva. 1 May 63. 22p. 

Grant E0AR62 91 

AFOSR 5260 Unclassified report 

Descriptors; (»Combus t i on, Theory), (•Super- 
sonic floN, Combustion), Oxidizers, Pressure, 
Diffusion, Chemical equilibrium. Ramjet 
engines. Air, Chemical reactions. Fuel injec- 
tion. Differential equations. Integral equa- 
tions. Energy, One dimensional flow. 



This paper outlines a ge 
theory of supersonic com 
stream of oxidizer floMi 
lateral fuel supply gove 
tion law and the combust 
tions in which the press 
The principal results ob 
simple model under consi 
the injecting of fuel do 
energy to the flow, the 
supposing it takes place 
appreciably lowers the u 
practicability of supers 
dissociation limit). (2 
required for combustion 
male arrived at by this 
the same as that obtaine 
mixing and the reaction 
processes. (3) In most 
the diffusion governs th 
words, the flow is close 
than to frozen-flow cond 



neralized unidimens i onal 
bustion. It considers a 
ng along a tube with 
rned by a certain injec- 
ion occurring in condi- 
ure is kept constant, 
tained by using the 
deration are: (1") If 
es not impart kinetic 
mixing process, even 
in ideal conditions, 
pper limit to the 
onic combustion (the 
) As for the lengths 
to take place, the, estl- 
method is practically 
d by assuming that the 
are two independent 
of the cases considered 
e process ; in other 
r to chemical-equilibrium 
itions. (Author) 



Descriptors: (•Solid rocket propellants. 
Combustion), (•Combustion, Solid rocket 
propellants). (•Flames, Geometric forms). 
Laminar boundary layer, Diffusion, Mixtures, 
Hydrogen, Oxygen, Ignition, Burning rates. 
Spheres, Theory, Temperature. 

Work on combustion of solid double-base propel- 
lants has been finished. The studies on flames 
structures, which comprise the hydrogen-oxygen 
flame with spherical symmetry, will be continued. 
In the last part of the program studies on 
heterogeneous combustion processes were initi- 
ated. They comprise the study of two-dimension- 
al flame propagation in liquid fuels; ignition 
and combustion of liquid layers and ignition 
properties of inhibited fuel mists. (Author) 



'*#. 



AD-iil6 5A9 
(TISTM/TCG) 



Dlv. 10. 9 
OTS price |1 



60 



Instltuto Nacional 

(Spain). 

SUB-AND SUPERSONIC 

Fi nal rept . , 1 Apr 

by Ignaclo Da-Riva 

Grant AF E0AR62 91 

AFOSR 5217 



de Tecnlca, Aeronautica 

COMBUSTION. 
62-1 Apr 63. 
, 1 Apr 63. 10p. 

Unclassified report 



Descriptors: (•Combustion, Supersonic charac- 
teristics), (•Supersonic characteristics, Com- 
bustion), ('Flames, Diffusion), Laminar bound- 
ary layer, Chemical reactions, Mixtures, Re- 
action kinetics. Supersonic flow. Boundary 
layer. Theory, Ignition, Burning rate. 



AD-^16 5^8 Div. 10 
(TISTM/TCG) OTS price $1.60 

Institute Nacional de Tecnica Aeronautica 

(Spa in) . 

COMBUSTION OF SOLID PROPELLANTS AND FLAMES 

STRUCTURES. 

Final rept., 1 Apr 62-1 Apr 63, 

by Carlos Sanchez Tarifa. 1 Apr 63, 1v. 

Grant AF E0AR62 90 

AFOSR 5218 Unclassified report 



11. GROUND TRANSPORTATION 
EQUIPMENT 



No Entries 



12 



V 



12. GUIDED MISSILES 



AD-ii16 538 
(TISTE/JBM) 



Dlv. 12 
OTS price 



♦a. 60 



Army Missile Command, Redstone Alrsenal, Hunts- 

vi lie Ala . 

servo' ANALYSIS OF AN INERTIAL PLATFORM, 

by H. V. White. 11 July 63. 38p. 

Proj. 1B2 79191D687 01 

AMC RG TR63 3 UnclasslfiWd report 

Descriptors: (»Sr«blllzed platforms. Analy- 
sis), (*Servomechani8m8 , Stabilized platforms), 
Inertial guidance, Analog computers, Simula^ 
tlon, Gyroscopes, Theory. ! 

,i 
A series of servo analysis techniques for a 
three-axis, inertially stabilized platform is 
described. The methods used are not onlyy applic- 
able to the specific system described but are 
adaptable for any system employing an Inertial 
reference device. Both theoretical and practical 
programs for a variety of Inertial systems were 
devised. It was concluded that the t^echniques 
described herein produce a more valid analysis 
of an inertial platform system than any pre- 
sented previously. Analysis methods used were 
Bode, root locus, closed loop frequency response 
an an analog computer simulation. Each' method 
has its merits in a restricted area; however, 
the combination of methods used here has proven 
more successful than any single evaluation 
technique. (Author) 



AD-^16 607 
(TISTA/VGW) 



Div. 12, 9. 
OTS price $3.60 



U 



Space Sciences Lab., General E1^4tric Co. 
Philadelphia, Pa. ' 

THE ABLATION OF GRAPHITE IN DISSOCIATED AIR. 
PART II. EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGAtlON , 
by N. S. Diaconis, P. D. Gorsuch, and R. A. 
Sheridan. Sep 62. 30p. Rept. Ho. R62SD86 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Graphite, Ablation), ("Heat 
shields. Graphite), (•Atmosphere entry. Simu- 
lation), Re-entry vehicles. Hypersonic char- 
acteristics. Dissociation, Hypersonic flow. 
Thermodynamics, Electric arcs. Temperature, 
Pressure, Heat transfer. Enthalpy, Hypersonic 
wind tunnels. Model tests, Test methods. 

An experimental investigation was conducted to 
study the oxidation performance of ATJ graphite 
in dissociated air. To characterize the be- 
havior of such a material in a re-entry environ- 
ment requires the proper simulation of certain 
free flight flow field parameters which greatly 
influence material performance. For good ex- 
perimental simulation it is desirable to estab- 
lish in the test facility at least the follow- 
ing: stagnation enthalpy of the gas stream, 
model pressure, flow chemistry and aerodynamic 
shear. Tests were conducted in t hypersonic arc 
wind tunnel in which the material mass loss was 
correlated as a function of model surface temper- 
ature. The data obtained indicated two specific 
zones of tnaterial performance, ore in which the 
rate of the reaction between the oxygen species 
and the material governs the matt loss and the 
other in which the rate of diffttion of the oxy- 
gen-bearing species to the surface Is dominant. 
Comparison of these experimental data with the 
theory of Sea la showed good agrfenent. (Author) 



GUIDED MISSILES - Division 12 



AD-A1»6 656 Div. 12 

(TISTP/RD) OTS price $1 , 



10 



Boeing Co., Seattle, Wash. 

AIR FORCE PLANT 77 FLIGHT ARTICLE MASS PROPERTIES 

REPORT FOR WING I MISSILE 776, 

by R. L. Dramer. 23 Aug 63, lOp. Rept. no. D2 

139^5 776 

Contract AFOii 694 4.6 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Guided miss i les- (Surf ace to 
surface), Weight), Booster motors. Second-stage 
motors. Strategic weapons. Third-stage motors. 



AD-i;i6 727 Div. 12, 9, 17, 26 
(TISTA/VGW) OTS price $10. 10'" 

Lockheed Aircraft Corp., Sunnyvale, Calif. 
THERMOPHYSICS DESIGN HANDBOOK. 
July 63, 1v. Rept. no. 8 55 63 3 
Contracts AF04 647 787 and AF04 695 136_ 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Spacecraft, Thermal insulation). 
Design, Handbooks, Heat shields, Thermal radia- 
tion. Thermal stress. Solar radiation, Aluminum 
alloys. Aluminum coatings, Foils. Paints, Al- 
loys, Beryllium, Reflection, Test methods. 
Aerodynamic heating, Experimental data. Tables, 
Stability, Temperature control, Thermodynamics. 

This document is a t hermophy si cal property hand- 
book for use with LMSC space vehicles. It con- 
tains engineering design data required for selec- 
tion of thermal-control materials, including the 
best available estimates of environmental stabil- 
ity, LMSC application and drawing calloui in- 
formation, and prelaunch protection instructions. 
Additions and revisions will be issued as 
necessary. (Author) 



AD-4I6 742 
(TISTA/VGW) 



Div. 12, 
OTS price $1 



-16 

,60 



Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 

REDUCTION OF COMPUTATIONAL AND DATA TRANSMISSION 

REQUIREMbNTS FOR TRAJECTORY ESTIMATION USING 

MULTIPLE SITES, 

by Fred C. Schweppe. 23 Aug 63, 17p. 

Contract AF19 628 500 

ESD.TDR63 102 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Spacecraft, Orbital trajec- 
tories), Radar tracking. Tracking, Trajec- 
tories, Circumlunar trajectories. Inter- 
planetary trajectories. Guided missile 
tracking systems. Mathematical analysis. 
Statistical analysis. Effectiveness, Taylor-s 
series. Mathematical prediction. 

Space vehicles in free fall are often tracked 
from tracking sites located at different points, 
on the earth. Two basic techniques for 
estimating the trajectory from the combined 
tracking data are discussed. These techniques 
are related to the maximum likelihood procedure 
but allow faster computation and do not require 
the transmission of all of the data to a common 
data reduction center. (Author) 



13 



Division 12 - GUIDED MISSILES 

XD-Ob 762 Div. 12, 19 

(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $1.60 

Amy Missile Connand, Redstone Arsenal, 

Huntsville, Ala. 

LOW COST ACCURATE SENSOR (AB-30) . DESIGN STATUS 

REPORT. 

by W. E. Grunwald. 23 July 63. 12p. Kept. no. 

RG TR63 22 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Gyroscopes , Effectiveness), 
Inertial guidance, Costs, Design, Materials, 
Stability. 

A study was made at the Army inertial guidance 
and control laboratory to determine what design 
characteristics and parameters must be followed 
to design and manufacture a moderate cost and 
moderate precision stability sensing gyroscoV*- 
Various materials were checked and tested for 
possible. use in the manufacture of the gyro 
rotor, sensing elements, and gyro case.*" Basic 
comparisons are tabulated and presented in this 
report. (Author) 




D-A16 786 ^ Div. 12, 8, 6 
ISTW/JEA) OTS price 110.50 



Pacific Div., Bendix Corp., North Hollywood, / 

Gal if. 

BREADBOARD FEASIBILITY STUDY OF THE DERRINGER 

WEAPON GUIDANCE SYSTEM. 

Final rept. 

23 May 63, lOOp, Rept. no. 91 109 2 

Contract DA04. 4950KD355^ 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors; (*Radar antennas. Radar homing), 
(*Guided missiles. Guidance), Radio beams. 
Errors, Propagation, Polarization, Multipath 
transmission, K-band, Antenna radiation pat- 
terns, Kadar equipment. Calibration, Radar 
interference. Terrain, Radar reflections. 
Beam rider trajectories. Feasibility studies, 
Bores ight ing , Yaw. 



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AD-417 Ci.1 Div. 12, 8 
(TISTA/VGW) OTS price $21.00 






Boeing Co., Seattle, Wash. M * 

LAUNCH CONTROL SYSTEM TEST REPORTS .rlf£TWORK 

RESOLUTION AREA, NRA IV-1 , '' 

by Gary W. Smith and F. H. Shigemi. 20 Aug 63, 

352p. Document no. T2 2555 4 

Contract AFOA 6^7 289 

Unclassified report 

Descriptor*: (•Guided missiles (Surface-to- 
surface ), IPround support equipment), ("Ground 
support eqljipment. Control systems), ("Launch- 
ing sites, Command and control systems), 
Design, Electronic equipment. Data processing 
systems. Guided missile simulators, Test 
methods. Digital systems. 



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s document presents all test reports of the 
work Resolution Area (NRA) IV-.1 Test Program. 

IV-1 testing consisted primarily of in- 
tigations of field problems that were brought 
NRA and also special investigations re- 
sted by the various Minuteman Design groups, 
general, NRA IV-1 test objectives are as 
lows: (l) To investigate possible fixes for 
blems occurring at Malmstrom AFB, Vandenberg 
, Ellsworth AFB, and STP III. (2) To obtain 
a and verify validity of data upon request 
m the various Minuteman Electronic Design 
ups. (3) To verify compatibility between OGE 

MGE for Wing II and for special design 
nges. (Author) 



AD-417 073 Div. 12 

(TISTA/FRL) OTS price $8.10 

Department of Defense, Washington, 0. C. 

REPORT TO THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE ON DEPARTMENT 

OF DEFENSE SUPPORT OF PROJECT MERCURY. 

Final rept., 1 July 59-13 June 63. 

11 Sep 63. 79p. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Manned spacecraft. Research 
program administration), De|artDent of defense, 
Costs, Military requirements, SchiCduling, 
Operations research. Mission profiles. Ground 
support equipment. Instrumentation, Recovery, 
Communication systems. Networks, Public rela- 
tions, Launching. 

Contents: OOD support planning; Pre-operat ion 
organization. Operational cobb channels. Planning 
organization for coordination. Operational con- 
trol chart. Mercury operational support forces, 
DOD support (People), DOO support (Aircraft/ 
ships), Launch; Network; Chart 8-mercury network. 
Chart 9-sumfflary of network instrumentation. 
Chart 10-mercury station equipment. Recovery; 
B ioastjronaut ics ; Communications; Network comm 
MA-9, Aircraft and astronaut voice relay, 
Press/PIO/PAO/Engineers comm. Predicted recovery 
comm/ATl, Contingency recovery comm/Atl, Pre- 
dicted recovery comm/Pac, Contingency recovery 
comm/Pac, Public information; Costs; Reimbursable 
& non-re imbursabl<> , Reimbursed & absorbed costs. 
Review of mercury missions. 

AD-.t17 089 Div. 12, 20 
(TISTP/MA) OTS price $12.00 

Geophysics Corp. of America, Bedford, Mass. 

OPTICAL EFFECTS STUDY. 

Semi-annual technical rept. 

25 Aug 61, 12iip. GCA Technical rept. 61 39A 

Contract ^DA19 0200RD5357 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Nuclear explosions, Optical 
tracking). Guided missiles. Nuclear explosion 
damage, Detonations, Shock, Radiation damage. 
Environmental testing. Background, Surface 
bursts. High altitude. Low altitude. 



Preliminary 
by a nuclear 
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INSTALLATIONS AND CONSTRUCTION - Division 13 
MATERIALS (NON-METALLIC) - Division 14 



13. INSTALLATIONS AND 
CONSTRUCTION 



AD-416 537 
(TISTM/TCG) 



DlT. 13. 10 
OTS price $5.60 



Southwest Research Inst., San Antonio, Tex. 

THE USE OF MODELS FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF FIRE 

SPREAD. 

Fi nal rept . , 

by John E. Ambrose, Lester A. 

Calvin H. Yuill. 19 Aug 63. 

Contract DAA9 U6XZU6, SwRI 

ProJ. 12 02il 

Unclas8lfi«d report 



. Eggletton and 
52p. 
ProJ. 1212 3; DASA 



Descriptors: (*Fires, Flame propagation), 
(•Flame propagation. Fires). (•Electronics. 
Simulation), .(»Non-de8 tructivo testing, Fires), 
Model tests. Ignition. Climatology. Buildings, 
Mathematical models. Bibliographies. 

The purpose of this program was to investigate 
the use of models for the study of fire spread 
and the use of modeling techniques for defining 
those factors which contribute to the development 
of mass fires. The scope of the program was later 
expanded to demonstrate the practicability for a 
new concept for the nondestructive modeling of 
mass fires. It is concluded that mass fires can- 
not be modeled with information now available. 
Extrapolations up and down of existing data and 
assumed probabilities would reqaire extensive 
tests before confidence in modeling techniques 
could be established. Direct experimentation on 
small-scale models shows promise, and their use 
is discussed in detail. The feasibility of an 
electronic fire simulator has been demonstrated 
and offeri. attractive possibilities. A study of 
typical conflagrations indicated a good possi- 
bility for the calibration of mass fire models 
using actual situations. Recommendations for the 
further development of models are Included. 
(Author) 



14. MATERIALS (NON-METALLIC) 



AD-416 617 Div. U, 25, 3(' 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $2.60 



General Dynamics Fort Worth, Tex 

DEVELOPMENT OF SHEAR STRENGTH AND SHEAR MODULUS , 

TEST SPECIMENS FOR ADHESIVES (A$TM RELATED TEST 

PROGRAM). 

by L. R. Lunsford. 5 Aug 63. 17p. Rept. no. 

ERR FW045 

Contract AF33 657 112U 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ( •Adhes'i ves . Test methods), 
(•Bonding, Adhesives), ('Shear stresses. 
Test methods). Sheets, Sandwich panels, Bonded 
joints. Test equipment. Configuration. Loading 
(Mechanics), Mathematical analysis. Stresses. 

Development ofi an optimum configuration for a 
specimen for use in obtaining tie maximum shear 
strength and shear modulus of various adhesives- 
is reported. A torsional shear specimen was 
adopted for optimization. It was made by bonding 



an adhevend ring between 2 loading blocks. When 
the specimen is loaded it acts like a thin-walled' 
cylinder in torsion. If the radius of the ad- 
herend ring is large compared with the width of 
the ring, the shear stress is very nearly uniform 
and remains so until failure. A special test 
jig was built for testing this specimen. Investi- 
gation of the usefulness of the double shear 
sheet specimen to provide a pure shear loading 
across a section of sheet material is discussed. 
(Author) 



i 



AD-416 6; 
(TISTM/EJH) 



Div. U, 1 
OTS price $2.60 



iLAtf R 
iCTfb t 



General Dynamics/Fort North, Tex. 
FUSELAGE - WINDSHIELDS - TYPE K INTEIU 
PROTECTION OF BY SATURATION WITH SELECTS) NON- 
DELETERIOUS GASES - DETERMINE FEASIBILITY OF. 
by H. P. Owen and M. T. Carroll. 5 Aug 63, 20p. 
Rept. no. FGT3023 
Contract AF33 657 112U 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Windshields, Silicone plastics), 
(•Silicone plastics. Windshields), ("Laminates, 
Windshields), Degradation, Sandwich panels. 
Glass, Gases, Diffusion, Impregnation, Silanes, 
Amines, Permeability, Jet bombers. Feasibility 
studies. 



B-58 glaz 
parent, h 
(Type K) 
to preven 
present , 
material 
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env i ronme 
gases. A 
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Protect io 
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from dele 
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ings are manufactured with a trans- 
igh temperature silicone interlayer 
laminated between two tempered glasses 
t shattering if breakage occurs. At 
it is the only commerically available 
that will withstand the high temperature 
nt of the B-58 airplane. Nevertheless, 
e disadvantage of deteriorating in an 
nt of sunlight, moisture and acidic 
n approach to the problem was to satu- 
d Type K interlayer with a non-dele- 
as which will exclude subsequent entry 
rious gases. This approach lead to 
ossible alternative, that of saturating 
K interlayer with heat stable liquid ^ 
ich would react with acidic gases. i 
n of Type K interlayer from deleterious? 
ses by preimpregnat ing it f«ith non- 
us gases did not appear feasible. It 
feasible to protect Type K interlayer 
terious acidic gases by preimpregnat i ng 
iquid amino silanes. (Author). 



■AD-ii17 032 ■ Div. U 
(TISTM/TCG) OTS price $1.60 

Allied Research Associates Inc., Concord, Mass. 

PHOTOMECHANICAL LAW FOR STEREOSPECIFIC 

POLYBUTADIENU:. 

Interim rept. . 

by Herbert Becker and Harold Hamilton. 

13 Aug 63. 9p. Rept. no. ARA T9226 1 

Contract Nonr405800FBM 

j Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Polyethylene plastics. Photo- 
elasticity). ("Plastics, Photoelasticity) . 
(•Organic compounds, Polyethylene plastics). 
Mechanical properties. Solids, Viscoelasticity, 
Epoxy plastics. Stresses, Stereochemistry, 
Tensile properties. Elasticity. 



15 



/ 



Division 15 - MATHEMATICS 

An experimental program was conducted to deter- 
mine the photomechanical properties of Stereo- 
specific Po lybutad i ene. Tests indicate that, 
although the material is a solid at room temper- 
ature, it behaves essentially as a viscous body 
with fringe orders directly proportional to 
stress. (Author) 



AD-4.17 096 
(TISTP/MH) OTS 



Div. U 
price $A.60 



Battelle Institut, Frankfurt/Main (Germany). 

RESEARCH ON THE PREPARATION OF CERMETS FOR HIGH 

TEMPERATURE APPLICATIONS BY INFILTRATION. 

PART TI: TABL'ES AND FIGURES. 

Final technical rept. 1 Nov 61-30 June 63. 

by K. Weigel and W. Track. 31 July 63, 1v. 

Contract DA91 591EUC1962 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Ceriiets, High temperature 
research). Pictures, Table.s, Alloys, Ceramic 
materials, Silicon compounds, Carleon com- 
pounds, Tensile properties. Compressive 
properties. 



15. MATHEMATICS 



AD-^16 50U Div. 15, 25 

(TISTP/MFA) OTS price $2.60 

Cambridge Language Research Unit fOt. Brit.). 

HIERARCHIES OF DESCRIPTIVE LEVELS IN PHYSICAL 

THEORY, 

by A. F. Parker-Rhodes. 1961, 28p. 

Contract AF61 052 331 ' 

AFOSR 5051 Unclassified report 

Descriptors; (*Physical properties. Mathe- 
matical analysis), ("Matrix algebra. Number, 
theory). Groups (Mathematics), Combinatorial 
analys is. Series. 



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math 

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AD-ii16 505 
(TISTP/MFA) 



that if we attempt to build up a 
1 system for the description of 
enomena, on the assumption that tf^he 
bservations are two-valued, so that 
iate algebra is the field of char- 
two, we are led to formulate a 
1 system. The principal entities in 

are matrices over the field J2 whose 
ease in successive levels. A rule for 
g the various levels of the hierarchy 
nd it is shown that in non-trivial 
umber of levels is always finite. 



Div. 15 
OTS price $4.60 



Western Reserve U. , Cleveland, Ohio. 

DIFFEOMORPHISMS OF MANIFOLDS, 

by Willian Huebsch and Marston Morse. 1963, 1v. 

Grant AF AF0SR62 217 

AFOSR 5081 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Transf oraa t ions (Mathematics), 
Numerical analysis), ('Topology, Inequalities) 
Sequences. 



AD-4I6 525 
(TISTP/HG) 



Div. 15 
OTS price |1.10 



Applied Mathe'matlci and Statlitict Labs., 

Stanford U., Calif. 

(No title). / 

Final s ta t us "^rept . , 1 June 58-31 May 62, 

by Karel Deleeuw. 29 Mar 63, 4p. 

Contract AF49 638 294 

AFOSR 4847 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*fiesearch program administra- 
, tion. Mathematics), (•Bibliographies, Alge- 
bras), Groups, Functional analysis. 



AD-4I6 529 Div. 15, 25 

(TISTP/HG) OTS price $1.10 

Courant Inst, of Mathematical Sciences, New York 

U., N. Y, 

(No title). 

Final technical rept. 

1 6 Aug 63, 3p. 

Grant AF0SR62 359 

AFOSR 5259 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Research program administra- . 
tion,. Sci entif i c research). Mathematics, 
Physics. 



AD-4I6 542 Div. 15 

(TISTP/MFA) OTS price $3.60 - . 

Courant Inst, of Mathematical Sciences, New 

York U. . N. Y. 

THE SOLUTION OF CERTAIN INTEGRAL E<}UATIONS WITH 

KERNELS K(z,?)/(z-r). 

by A. S. Peters. Jul)u.63, 36p. Rept. no. IMM 

NYU3II 

Contract Nonr28555 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Integral equations, Topology}, 
Boundary value problems. Polynomials, Func- 
tions, Algebra, Simultaneous equations. Inte- 
gration, Differential equations. 



AD-416 669 Div. 15 
(TISTP/Mh) OTS price $1.60 

Air Force Inst, of Tech., Wright-Patterson Air 

Force Base, Ohio. 

HIGHER ORDER RECURSION FORMULAE FOR INTEGRAL | 

ROOTS OF REAL NUMBERS, 

by Eugene M. Romer. Sep 63, 17p. 

Proj. 63 5 

AFIT TR63 3 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (♦'Real variables. Numerical 
methods and procedures). Sequences, Errors, 
Analysis, Equations, Series. 

This note extends work on the computation of an 
integral root of a number previously examined 
in the literature, and provides recursion 
sequences exhibiting higher-than-second-order 
convergence as the desired root is approached. 
Particular sequences examined in detail in this 
note require the use of only the four basic 
arithmetic operations and are well suited to 
aanual computations to extent the accuracy of 
available estimates. (Author) 



16 



AD-4I6 795 Div. 15,. 30 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $2.60 

Applied Mathematics and Statistics Labs., 

Stanford U. , Cal if. 

PATTERN SEPARATION BY CONVEX PROGRAMMING. 

by J. B. Rosen. 28 June 63, 20p. Technical rept. 

no. 30 

Contract Nonr225 37, Proj. NH044 211 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Pattern recognition, Mathe- 
■atical analysis), ( "ProgramBi ng (Computers), 
Pattern recognition). Convex sets. Special 
functions. Matrix algebra. Inequalities, 
• Geometry, Sequences^ Computers. 

It \i shown that the pattern separation problem 
can be formulated and solved as a convex pro- 
gramming problem, i.e., the minimization of a 
convex function subject to liaear constraints. 
A number of previous investigators have proposed 
iterative methods for the construction of one 
or more hyperplanes in order to solve pattern 
recognition problems. It was apparently not 
recognized that these iterative methods were, 
in fact, determining a feasible solution to 
a mathematical programming problem. Very effi- 
cient computer methods have been developed for 
such programming problems and can be used to 
advantage for the pattern reccgnition problem. 
. (Author) 



AD-416 797 
(TISTP/FEM) 



Div. 15. 30 
OTS price $3.60 



Brown Engineering Co., Huntsville, Ala. 

A FORTRAN PROGRAM TO CALCULATE BESSEL FUNCTIONS 

OF INTEGRAL INDEX AND COMPLEX ARGUMENT, 

by J. E. White Jr. July 63, 31p. 

Contract DA01 0096RD1019 

Unclassified report 



Desariptors: ("Bessel functions 
equations), ("Radar echo areas, 
ctions). Programming (Computers) 
ulations), Programming languages 

Calculation of the radar cross sec 
cylindrical shell plasma requires 
computations of the Bessel functio 
1st, 2nd and 3rd kinds with comple 
and integral order. FORTRAN II su 
the IBM-1410 computer have betn wr 
calculate these functions. Tie ze 
order results agree with ten (lace 
pared by the National Bureau tf St 
Special methods are used to minimi 
error in the recursive calculation 
order. (Author) 



, Differential 
Bessel fun- 
. Models (Sim- 
, Integrals . 

tion of a 
very accurate 
n s of the 
X arguments 
b ro-u t ines f r 
itten to 
roth and first 

tables pre- 
andards. 
ze round-off 
s of higher 



AD-416 800 
(TISTP/MH) 



OTS 



Div. 15 
price $6.60 



Copenbagen U. (Denmark). 

SINGLE SAMPLING INSPECTIONS PLANS WITH SPECIFIED 

ACCEPTANCE PROBABILITY AND MINIMUM COSTS, 

by A. Hald. July 63, 68p. 

Contract N62558 3073, Proj. N8042 225 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Sampling, Casts), Probability, 
Acceptability, Decision making. Statistical 
distributions. Quality control. Models. 

To design an economical sampling plan it is 
necessary to know the costs of sampling in- 
spection, the costs of wrong decisions, and the 
quality distribution of lots submitted for in- 
spection, the prior distribution. Sometimes it 
is impossible to specify the prior distribution 



MEDICAL SCIENCES - Division 16 

in detail but a vague knowledge is available 
which means that not enough is known to find the 
Bayes solution and on the other hand too much 
is known for the minimax solution to be satis- 
factory. The problem then is to choose a third 
principle leading to a reasonable solution. The 
principle used in the present paper is to specify 
the acceptance probability for one quality 
level and minimize the costs for another quality 
level. (Author) 



16. MEDICAL SCIENCES 



AD-416 503 
(TISTB/AAR) 



Div. 16 

OTS price $1.10 



Lund U. (Sweden) . 

EFFECTS OF ACETYLCHOLINE ON THE MAMMALIAN MOTOR 

END -PLATE, 

by Stephen Thesleff. 31 May 63, 5p. 

Grant AF E0AR62 28 

AFOSR 5255 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Nerves, Acetylcholine), 
("Acetylcholine, Nerves), Pharmacology, Bio- 
chemistry, Physiology, Metabolism, Muscles, 
Stimulation, Inhibition. 

The parameters of transmitter release from mam- 
malian motor nerve terminals have been evaluated 
by electrophysiological techniques. The amount 
of transmitter available for immediate release, 
the rate of transmitter mobilization and synthe- 
sis have been calculated from the amplitude of 
successive series of end-plate potentials. 
(Author) i 



AD-416 510 
(TISTB/WA) 



Div. 16 
OTS price $1.10 



Chile U. (Santiago). 

AWATOMICAL BASIS OF PATTERN RECOGNITION. 

F ina 1 rept. , 

by H. R. Maturana. 1962, 6p. 

Grant AF AF0SR61 44 

AFOSR 5250 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Pattern recognitiol, Nerve 
cells). Color vision, Brain, Retina, 
Pigeons, Ganglia, Monochromatic light, ■ 
Ana tomy . 



AD-416 526 
(TISTB/CCH) 



Div 
OTS 



, 16 
price 



$1.60 



London (Gt. Brit.). 



rersily 
(No title). 
Final rept., June 62-June 63, 
by J. Z. Young. June 63, 10p. 
Grant AF EOAR6I 39 
AFOSR 5252 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Memory, Classification), 
("Brain, Sensory mechanism). Nerves, Signals, 
Motivation, Food, Stimulation, Stress physiol- 
ogy. Vision, Sensitivity, Learning. 

AD-416 534 Div. 16 

(TISTB/CCH) OTS price $7.60 

Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and : 

Research, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

A STUDY OF THE MECHANICS OF VENTILATION AND OF 



17 



Division 16 - MEDICAL SCIENCES 

PULMONARY GAS EXCHANGE IN MAN DURING STRESS. 

Fi nal rept . , 

by John F. Muxworthy, Jr. and Elizabeth H. 

Roorbach. June 63, 66p. 

Gram AF0SR61 35 

AFOSR 5262 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Stress (Physiology), Respira- 
tory systea). (•Respiration, Gases), Ventila- 
tion, Lung, Tests, Man, Test methods. 
Hypothermia, Surgery, Anesthesia. 

This study was undertaken to determine the 
changes in some of the mechanics of breathing due 
to the s-tress of certain conditions during 
surgery on man. The parameters studied were the 
changes in total, lung, and chest wall com- 
pliances under controlled ventilation and depth 
of anesthesia. The studies include the effects 
of surgical skin preparation, incision, total 
surgical stimuli, succi nyl-chol i ne , cough, 
lithotomy, tourniquet and deep hypothermia. A 
review of the literature is presented and com- 
pared to the present study. Two subjects with 
heart defects were studied while undergoing 
surgery at deep hypothermia to 10 to 18 C. As 
the chest was opened only the lung compliance ^ 
could the measured. The lung compliance rose 
slightly during cooling, fell during cardiafp 
arrest, and then gradually rose again so that 
the time the body temperature was noenial, the 
lung compliance was no lower than at the start 
of cooling. (Author) 



by 



AD-416 609 Div. 16 

(TISTB/CCH) GTS price $1 , 



60 



Institute de Ciencias Biolo^icas, Montevideo 

(Uruguay ) . 

(No title). 

Final technical rept., 1 July 62-30 June 63. 

June 63. 15p. 

Grants AF AF0SR62 332 and AF AF0SR313 63 

AFOSR 5205 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Herve cells, Physiologv), 
(•Ear, Nerves), ("Reviews, Nerve cells). 
Stimulation, Electric properties. Biochemistry, 
Radiation effects. Radiobiology . 



AD-416 652 
(TISTB/AAR) 



Div. 16 
OTS price $1 , 



25 



Institute for Research in Vision, Ohio State U. 

Research Foundation, Columbus. > 

RADIATION THRESHOLDS FOR CHORIORETINAL BURNS. 

Rept. for 1 Aug 60-15 Jan 63. ' 

by Hans G. Bredemeyer, Otto A. Niegmann, 

Antoine Bredemeyer and H. Richard Blackwell. 

July 63, 38p. 

Contract AF33 616 7583. Proj . 63OI , Task 63OIO3 

AMRL TDR63 71 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Radiation effects. Threshold 
(Physiology)), ("Retina, Radiation effects), 
(•Eye, Radiation effects). Burns, Electro- 
■agnetic waves. Rabbits, Pigments, Ultraviolet 
radiation, Cornea, Intensity, Determination. 



AD-^16 660 Div. 16 
(TISTB/MA) OTS price $10.10 

Army Biological Labs., Frederick, Hd. 
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON LEPTOSPIROSIS - 1940-SEP 1957. 
6 Sep 57. 117p. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Bibliographies, Bacteria). 
(•Bacteria, Bibliographies), Diagnosis, 
Metabolisa, Chenotheraperi tic agents, Vaccines, 
Pathology, Nutrition, Epidemiology. 



AD-416 751 
(TISTB/WA) 



OTS 



Div. 
price 



16 
*1. 



60 



Brown U., Providence, R. I. 

THE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ULTRASOUND. 

Final rept. , 

by J. W. Wilson and J. C. Curtis. 1963, lip. 

Contract Nonr23U00, Task 101 007 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Radiation effects. Ultra- 
sonic radiation), (•Ultrasonic radiation, 
Radiation effects). Yeasts, Growth, Phys- 
iology, Radiation injuries, Cells (Biology), 
Regeneration, Liver, Thresholds (Phy s iologj^) , 

AD-416 753 Div. 16, 20 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $1.60 



■ nd. 



Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Co 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 
ON THE RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINATION OF THE BIO- 
SPHERE AND MEASURES OF COMBATTING THESE 
CONTAMINATIONS, 

by N. V. Timof eyev-Resovskiy . 13 Aug 63, 16p, 
FTD TT63 664 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Akadeaiya Nauk SSSR, Ural'skiy 
Filial, Trudy Instituta Biologii, No. 22, pp. 

7-16, 1962. 

Descriptors: ("Radiological contamination, 
Ecology), Radioactive waste, Industries, 
Nucleaj^ power plants. Nuclear industrial 
application. Radioactive Isotopes, Aerosols, 
Soils, Plants, Rock. 



AD-iil6 768 
(TISTB/AAR) 



Div. 16 
OTS price $1, 



10 



Yale U. , School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn. 
STUDY OF THE ORGANIC ACIDS IN SERUM, URINE AND 
BLOOD DIALYSATE OF PATIENTS WITH UREMIA. 
Final technical rept., Jan 59-Dec 62, 
by David Seligson. Dec 62, 8p. 
Contract DA^9 007md1025 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Blood serum. Acids), ("Acids, 
Blood serum). Blood, Urine, Chroaatograph ic 
analysis. Body fluids. Toxicity, Mice, Erythro- 
cytes, Proteins, Synthesis. 

The signs and symptoms of uremia appear to be 
related to the organic anions which accumulate 
and circulate in body fluids following renal in- 
sufficiency. In ureaic patients these anions 
rise to 10-20 aeq/L as compared to normal, which 
is 6. Fractionation of the anions reveal several 
hundred definitive compounds observed after 
counter-current fractionation and paper chroma- 
tography. These compounds are demonstrated by 
their ability to absorb ultraviolet light or to 
fluoresce. Compounds such as indoles, phenols, 
substituted hippuric acids have been identified. 
Some of the latter, such as o-hydroxybenzoy Igly- 
cine have been isolated and absolutely identi- 
fied from dialysis fluids obtained from ureaic 
patients. Techniques have been established for 
measuring, isolating and identifying ainute 
aaounts of compound. Toxicity studies on mice, 
neph rectoai zed aice, aaturation of erythrocytes, 
tissue culture growth and protein synthesis have 
been attempted using coapounds isolated from 
uremic fluid. All studies showed some inhibi- 
tory effects but were erratic and difficult to 
reproduce. One compound was isolated from aore 
than one patient which consistently inhibited 
protein synthesis using a purified ribosoaal- 
liver aitrochondria systea. After repeated se- 
paration by various types of chromatography, in- 
hibitory activity reaained. (Author) 



18 



AD-4I6 781 Div. 16 
(TISTB/MS) OTS price $1.60 

Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS IN COSMIC PHYSIOLOGY, 
by P. V. Vasil'yev, A. D. Vos kresenskiy , and 
0. G. Gazenko. 16 July 63, Up. 
FTD TT63 719 Unclas#lfied report 

Trans, from Izvestiya AN SSSR. Seriya Biologi- 
cheskaya, no. 1, pp. 15-23, 1963. 

Descriptors: ("Space aediclae. Astronauts), 
(•Physiology, Acceleration), Blood circulation. 
Nervous system. 




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MEDICAL SCIENCES - Division 16 

AD-4I6 816 Div. 16, 32 

(TISTM/ODN) OTS price $.50 

6570th Aerospace Medical Research Labs.. 

Aerospace Medical Div., Wright-Patterson Air 

Force Base, Ohio. 

INFLUENCE OF SELECTED VIBRATIONS UPON SPEECH 

(RANGE OF 2 CPS-20 CPS AND RANDOM). 

Rept. for Nov 6l-Dec 62. 

by Charles W. Nixon and Henry C. Sommer. 

June 63. 15p. 

Proj. 7231 , Task 723103 

AMRL TDR63 49 ' Unclassified report 

Report on ''Biomechanics of Aerospace 
Operations. 

Descriptors: ("Speech transmission. Vi- 
bration), ("Vibration, Low frequency). Bio- 
physics. Speech transmission). Intelligibility, 
Speech, Communicn t ion theory. Interference, 
Space environmental conditions. 

Certain characteristics of speech production are 
altered during low-frequency vibration (2-20 cps) 
of the talker. In view of this, speech com- 
munication is not at all assured during the vi- 
bration and buffeting associated with powered 
flight, launch, and reentry of manned space 
flights of the present and the future. Vi- 
brations having the most adverse effects upon 
man are low-frequency sinusoidal, and random in 
nature. Standard speech material read by talkers 
exposed to low-frequency sinusoidal and random 
vibration conditions was recorded. This material 
was evaluated both objectively and subjectively 
in terms of intelligibility, duration, and 
quality of speech. In experiment I, seated 
talkers were subjected to vertical, low-frequency 
sinusoidal vibration. Frequencies of vibration 
aost detrimental to speech production were 6 cps. 
8 cps. and 10 cps when speech material was pre- 
sented in combination with a masking noise. In 
experiment II. the sitting talkers were exposed 
to random vibration that simulated the type of 
conditions experienced in actual spac«v,mi ss ions 
and during high-speed, low-altitude flight. No 
significant differences in speech production 
were found due to random vibration (0.5 to 8 
cps). (Author) 



19 



Division 17 - METALLURGY 
17. METALLURGY 



AD-416 618 
(TISTM/BRW; 



Div. 17. 26 
OTS price |1.10 



General Dynamics, Fort North, Tex. 

PROCESS CONTROL. EFFECTS OF AUSTENITE CONDITION- 
ING 17-7 PH AT 1200 F ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES. 
5 Aug 63, lOp. Rept. no. PCTR4.59ii 
Contract AF33 657 112U 

Unclassified report^ 

Descriptors: ("Stainless steel. Heat treat- 
ment), ("Heat treatment, Mechanical proper- 
ties). Sheets, Austenite, Temperature, Thick- 
ness, Processing, Transition temperature. 
Dispersion hardening. Tensile properties. 

Heat treatment of 0.010-, O.O5O-. 0.100-, 
O.I5O-, and 0.250-in. thicknesses of 17-7 PH at 
the austenite conditioning temperature of 1200 F 
and using either 900 F or 10*50 F precipitation 
temperatures produced a greater deviation of 
mechanical properties as compared with the values 
obtained by the use of 1^00 F conditioning tem- 
perature. There was produced a maximum 20-25 KSI 
difference between the 0.010- and 0.250-in. 
thicknesses. The 0.050-in. thickness material 
used in this test produced consistent low mechan- 
ical properties (yield strength and ultimate 
tensile strength) in relationship to the other 
thicknesses, but these properties were well above 
the minimum requirements. The 0. 1 50- and 0.250- 
in. thicfcnesses mechanical properties were lower 
(except elongation) with relation to the other 
thicknesses used. The elongation values were 
much higher than the elongation of the other 
thicknesses, four to five per cent increase. 
(Author) 



AD-A16 622 Div. 17, 26 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS pricfr|1.60 

General Dynamics, Fort Worth, Tex. 

ENGINEERING RESEARCH. BUAZING ALLOY - ' 'DYNA- 

BRA2E B'' - COMPOSITION OPTIMIZATION OF. 

by W. M. Pratt. 5 Aug 63, 15p. Rept. no. 

ERR FW 178 

Contract AF33 657 112U 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Silver solders, Manganese), 
(•Silver alloys. Corrosion inhibition), Alumi- 
num alloys. Manganese alloys, Titanium alloys, 
Brazing, Salt spray tests, Shear stresses. 
Honeycomb cores. Sandwich panels, Sheets, 
Metallography, Corrosion, Sandwich construc- 
tion. Tests. 



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THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF M-U PH STEEL IN 

VARIOUS HEAT TREATED CJJNDITIONS, 

by William A. Token. 5 Aug 63, 16p. Rept, no. 

PCTRi;577 

Contract AF33 657 112U 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Corrosion resistant alloys. 
Steel), ("Steel, Corrosion resistant alloys). 
Hydrogen embri 1 1 lement , Acids, Cleaning, 
Pickling, Processing, Aging (Materials), 
Castings, Rods, Compressive properties, Ten- 
sile properties. Heat treatment. Corrosion, 
Salt spray tests. Pickling compositions. 

Cleaning M-U steel parts as specified in Process 
Standard 61.328 will not produce embr i tt 1 ement 
in 17-4 PH wrought forms at nominal strength 
levels. Cleaning 17-A PH castings as specified 
in Process Standard 61.32B could not be evaluated 
because of the inherent structural characteristic 
of low ductibility at 180 K.S.I, minimum strength. 
Because of the difficulty in controlling ag- 
gregate immersion time, 17-4. PH steel parts, 
castings and wrought, should not be acid pickled. 
Acid pickling will not embrittle 17-4 PH steel 
parts, but susceptibility to failure due to 
intergranul ar attack will increase proportion- 
ally to increase in immersion time. (Author) 



AD-416 723 Div. 17 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $1.00 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON THE EFFECTS OF HIGH 

PRESSURE ON VARIOUS ELEMENTS AND BINARY ALLOYS. 

PART II. THE EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON TRANSFORMATION 

IN IKON AND IRON ALLOYS. 

Rept. for 1 Apr 61-1 Apr 62, 

by W. F. Claussen. May 63, 32p. 

Proj. 7351 , Task 735103 

ASD TDR62 479, pt. 2 Unclassified report 

Report on Metallic Materials. 

Descriptors: ("Iron alloys. High pressure 
research), ("High pressure research. Iron 
alloys), ('Phase studies. Iron alloys). Iron, 
Aluminum alloys, Manganese alloys, Cobalt 
alloys, Nickel alloys. Carbon alloys, 
Hysteresis, High temperature research, Thernal 
conductivity. Pressure, Temperature, 
Transformations. 



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AO-416 624 Div. 17, 26 

(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $1.60 

General Dynamics, Fort Worth, Tex. 

PROCESS CONTROL - EFFECT OF ACID CLEANING ON 



AD-4I6 815 
(TISTM/AMS) 



Div. 17, 25 
OTS price $.50 



Naval Research Lab., Washington, D. C. 
SIMULTANEOUS CONTAMINATION AND CONVERSION 
EFFECTS IN GERMANIUM HEATED TO TEMPERATURES 



IN 



20 



¥^ 



[lUTARY SCIENCES AND OPERATIONS - Division 18 

NAVIGATION - Division 19 
NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY - Division 20 



THE EVAPORATION RANGE, 

by J. E. Davey and M. D. Montgomery. 26 July 63, 

8p. 

NRL Rept. 5965 Unclaisiried report 

Descriptors: ("Germanium, Heating), Films, 
Electrical properties. Evaporation, Zone 
melting. Vacuum, Helium, Controlled atmos- 
pheres, Contarai nati on. Temperature. 



Studies of g 
the vacuum e 
have be en ca 
in the elect 
heated in th 
1600 C. Usl 
and standard 
converts str 
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of the resul 
properties 
causes of th 
experiments 
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AD-417 034 
(TISTM/TCG) 



Div. 17 
OTS price $8. 



60 



Manufacturing Labs., Inc., Cambcidge, Mass. 
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON HIGH-PRESSURE-HIGH- 
TEMPEKATUUE METALLURGY. 
Summary rept., Mar-Dec 62, 

by S. V. Hadcliffe, E. Clougherty, M. Schatz, 
J. S. Harvey, and L. Kaufman. Hay 63, 90p. 
Contract AF33 657 8764, Proj. 7351, Task 735103 
ASD TDR63 90 Unclassified report 

Rept. on Metallic Materials. i 



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riptors: ("High pressure research, 
llurgy), ("High temperature research, 
llurgy), ("Metallurgy, High temperature 
arch), ("Phase studies. Alloys), Iron 
ys, Silicon alloys. Nickel alloys, 
miun alloys. Carbon alloys. Mechanical 
erties. Crystal structure, Hardness, Micro- 
cture. Tensile properties, Martensite, 
enite. Electron microscopy. Steel, Tungsten* 
ys. Molybdenum alloys. Carbides, Boron 
ys. Antimony alloys. Ductility, Resistance 
ctrical). Heat treatment,. Reaction 
tics. Resistance (Electrical). 

ase diagram of the iron-silicon system was 
igated at high pressure using alloys of 
g silicon content up' to 13.9a/o Si. The 
s of the investigations of the Mo-C system 
sed to understand the relative stability 

monocarbides of oolybdenam and to predict 
gh-temperat ure, high-pressure characteris- 
f a cubic phase in the W-^ system. In the 
ted preparation of the intermetal 1 ic com- 

boron antimonide, techniques were devel- 
o predict the crystal structure and the 
e constants of the anticipated compound, 
edicted energy gap for BSb, zinc blends, is 



2.5 e.v. The problem of microc racking in small 
specimens of low alloy steels austenitized and 
quenched at high pressure has been solved. The 
use of a liquid pressure transmitting medium 
has proved mandatory for the successful high- 
pressure treatment of these specimens. (Author) 



18. 



MILITARY SCIENCES AND 
OPERATIONS 



19. 



No Entries 

NAVIGATION 

No Entries 



20. NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND 
NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY 



AD-416 506 

(TISTP/HG) 



Div. 20, 15 
OTS price $2.60 



Yale U., New Haven, Conn. 

MOBILITY OF Li (+) IN He AT HIGH TEMPERATURES, 

by Gunter G. Weber. 1963. 21p. 

Contract AF18 603 15 

AFOSR 5152 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Lithium, Ions), ("Helium. 
Transport properties). Molecular beams. Mole- 
cules. Diatomic molecules, Atomic orbitals. 
Atoms, Ionization potential. Electrons, Momen- 
tum, Models, Numerical analyses. Integrals, 
Integral equations. Equations, Integral trans- 
forms. Measurement, Temperature, Diffusion, 
Differential cross section. 



AD-416 628 
(TISTP/FEM) 



Div. 20 
OTS price $6. 



60 



General Dynamics, Fort Worth. Tex. 

AN ANALYSIS OF FAST-NEUTRON ENERGY-ANGLE 

DISTRIBUTIONS. 

by R. E. Beissner. 15 Aug 63, 69p. Rept. no. 

NARF63 5T; FZK9 186 

Contract AF33 657 7201 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Fast neutrons. Energy), 
("Reactor shielding materials, Nuclear power 
plants), ("Neutron transport theory, Neutron 
scattering), Thickness, Scattering, Models 
(Simulations), Polyethylene plastics. Transport 
properties. Reactor shielding calculations. 
Statistical distributions. Neutron cross sec- 
tions. Attenuation, Neutron flux, Energy. 

The energy-angle distributions of fast neutrons 
transmitted through slab shields are analysed. 
Comparisons of calculated and measured angle 
distributions show that a six-energy group, 
double P sub 2 approximation is adequate for 
polyethylene-slab calculations. Phenomenologi ca 1 
arguments are presented which show that the 
transmitted energy-angle distribution can be 
described in terms of a simple asymptotic model. 
Suggestions for improving the asymptotic theory 
are included. (Author) 



21 



Division 21 - NUCLEAR PROPULSION 
Division 22 - ORDNANCE 



AD-i;l6 760 
(TISTM/AM) OTS 



Div. 20. 26. 
pr ice $1 . 60 



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General Electric Co., Cincinnati. Ohio. 

PRODUCTION OF PEBBLE-TYPE FUEL ELEMENTS, 

by H. C. Brassfield. 6 June 58, 18p. Rept. 

APEX377 

Contract AF33 038 21102 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Reactor fuel elements. Pellets), 
(•Pellets, Reactor fuel elements). Production, 
Ceramic materials. Oxides. Beryllium compounds, 
Zirconium compounds. Aluminum compounds, 
Carbides, Silicon compounds, Surface tension. 
Spheres, Reactor cores. Coating. 

A capillary-drop method of producing spherical 
shapes of brittle materials less than 0.100 inch 
in diameter has been developed. It appears to 
be a feasible means for producing large numbers 
of pebble-type fuel element cores. Coating of 
pebble-type fuel element cores by the coating- 
pan technique though not adequately developed 
shows promise. (Author) > 



AD-A17 095 Div 



AD-A17 095 Div. 20 

(TISTP/MH) OTS price 1^.60 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 
WITH THE HOTCE REACTOR. 



General Electric Co. 

CRITICAL EXPERIMENTS 

Summary hazards rept., 

by J. A. Hoefer. 20 Nov 57, WJv. Rept. no. 

APEX3^5 

Contract AF33 038 21102 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Nuclear reactors, Hasards), 
Critical assemblies. Experimental data. 
Temperature warning systems. Fission products. 
Control systems. Instrumentation, Safety 
devices. Meteorology, Population, Distribution. 

A solid-moderated critical assembly designed to 
operate §t elevated temperature is described. 
The experiment program and operating procedures 
planned for various temperatures are outlined. 
The hazards of operating the HOTCE in the Low 
Power Test Facility at the Idaho Test Station 
have been analyzed and the results set forth in 
terms of energy and fission fragment j^elease 
as well as the effect on the surrounding area. 
(Author) 



21. NUCLEAR PROPULSION 



No Entries 



22. ORDNANCE 



AD-416 631 Div. 22. 8 
(TISTP/AW) OTS price $6.60 

Magnavox Co., Urbana, 111. 
MINIATURE SOLID STATE ARM SAFE DEVICE. 
Final summary rept., 7 iIan-31 May 63, 
by L. N. Bicketts. 3 June 63, 1v. 
Contract DA1 1 0220R040i;8 

Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ('Arming devices, Miniature 
- electronic equipment), (*Guided missile war- 
' heads. Arming devices). Transducers, Guided 
■issile warheads, Switching circuits. Accelera- 
tion, Time, Solid state physics. Strain gages. 
Semiconductors, Printed circuits. Paints, Pres- 
sure, Sensitivity, Acceleroaeters, Environ- 
■ental tests. Rare earths. 



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AD-iH6 635 Div. 22 

(TISTP/MFA) OTS price $3.60 

Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia, Pa. 

BALLISTIC COMPUTER XM17- ANALYSIS OF CANT 

CORRECTION ACCURACY, 

by W. Sperling and J. C. Glynn. July 63, 30p. 

Proj. 513 02 062 

FA Memo. rept. M6^ 1 1 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Fire control computers. 
Ballistics), ('Corrections, Analysis), Fire 
control systems. Tanks (Combat vehicles). 
Misalignment, Guns, Surveying, Design, Target 
angle, Telescopic gun sights. 

An analysis of the method of correcting for cant 
of a tank employed in the design of Ballistic 
Computer XM17. (Author) 



AD-il6 6i;6 Div, 22, 30, 12 
(TISTP/AW) OTS price $1.60 

Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, Calif. 

SURFACE WEAPON FIRE CONTROL SUPPORTING RESEARCH 

(FY 1963). 

Annual rept. 

15 Aug 63, I8p. Technical progress rept. no. 33A 

NOTS TP3339 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Guided missile launchers. 
Digital computers), Shipborne, Analog con- 
puters, Servomechani sms. Fire control systems. 
Destroyers, Frightes, Data transmission sys- 
tems, Transnission lines. 

The ramifications of using general purpose digi- 
tal computers aboard ship to solve tactical 
problems are discussed. The three-fold aspects 
of the task assignment are (l) to determine to 
what extent digital computers are applicable to 
fire control problems, (2) to investigate prob- 
lems in the fire control area, and (3) to deter- 
mine a course of action by defining the kind of 
computer best suited to the special problems of 
fire control — whether it should be analog, digi- 



22 



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PHOTOGRAPHY AND OTHER 



PERSON]^EL AND TRAINING - Division 23 
REPRODUCTION PROCESSES - Division 24 



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Div. 22, 30 
OTS price $3.60 



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Defense Atomic Support Agency, Washington, D. C. 

EARTH DISPLACEMENT (SHEAR SHAFTS) . 

Apr 52. 37p. 

DASA Rept. no. 353 Unclassified report 

Report on Operation Jangle Projtct 1.6. 

Descriptors: ('Nuclear explosions. Surface 
burst). ('Underground explosions. Blast). 
I Shafts, Test equipment, I n str amentat i on , 
Motion . 

No significant permanent movemeat, either 
vertically or radially, was observed for any of 
the shafts in the surface shot area. In the 
underground shot area, definite and significant 
movements were observed only for the two 
innermost shafts (at 250' and 312.5') on the 
main (south) blast line, each shaft being dis- 
placed radially outward less than a foot at the 
ground surface. Vertical movements of the tops 
of the shafts at these same locations were 
considerable less and of the order of 0.75 to 
1.5 inches downward. The ~hor i zon ta 1 and ver- 
tical movements observed were due principally 
to rotation and translation of the top five 
foot segment of pipe and should not be inter- 
preted as applicable to the entire shaft as a 
unit. For the conditions and locations in 
effect in these tests, it appears that major 
permanent displacements will not extend beyond 
approximately two and three lambda for surface 
and shallow underground shots, respectively, 
except for possible local disturbances very 
near the ground surface. There is considerable 
asymmetry in permanent displacements about 
ground zero in the underground tests. (Author) 



23. PERSONNEL A 



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TRAINING 



AD-^16 630 Div. 23. 15 
(TlSTP/HG) OTS price $13.50 

Applied Mathematics and Statiit|l|ct Labs. 

Stanford U. , Ca lif . 

SOME ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF RELIABILITY AND PROJECT 



MANAGEMENT, 

by Dnvid C. Dellinger. 31 "ay 63. 19Ap. 

Technical rept. no. 67 

Contract Nonr22553, Proj. NR0ii2002 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Personnel management. Econom- 
ics), ('Reliability, Quality control), 
('Statistical distributions. Statistical 
tests), Probability, Sampling, Statistical 
functions. Statistical analysis. Mathematical 
models, Monte Carlo method. Integrals, Reli- 
ability (Electronics), Transformations (Mathe- 
matics), Differential equations. Tables. 



AD-A16 699 Div. 23, 28. 8 
(TI.STB/CCH) OTS price $5.60 

University of Southern Calif.. Los Angeles. 
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONALITY OF BASIC ELEC- 
TRONIC CIRCUITS: I. THE STABILITY OF THE 
SCALING TECHNIQUES, 

by Joseph W. Rigney, Robert Fromer and C. Henry 
DeBow. July 63. Ulv. Technical rept. no. 38 
Contract Nonr22822 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Electronics, Personnel). ^ 
('Circuits. Electronics), Operation. Reliabil- 
ity. Psychology, Scale. 



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23 



Division 25 - PHYSICS 
25. PHYSICS 



AD-416 533 Dlv. 25 

(TISTP/FR) OTS price $1.10 

University Coll., Cork (Ireland). 

THIN ELASTIC SHELLS, DOUBLE FOURIER SERIES FOR 

BOUNDARY-VALUE PROBLEMS AND NON-LINEAR ELASTICITY 

by Patrick M. Quinlan. 1 July 63, 5p. 

Grant AF E0AR62 ^3 

AFOSR 5165 Unclassif i,ed report 

Descriptors: ("Elastic shells, Fourier 
analysis). ( *Ela s t i c i ty , Boundary value 
problems). Analysis, Nonlinear systems. Sheets, 
Polynomials, Deformation, Simultaneous equa- 
tions. Partial differential equations. 



AD-<il6 581 
(TISTP/HG) 



DiT. 25 
OTS price $1.10 



AD-^16 543 Div. 25 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $1 . 



10 



Marine Physical Lab., U. of Calif., San Diego. 

THE ACOUSTICAL PROPERTIES OF COMPACTED SCHOOLS 

OF FISH, 

by Jack L. Uretsky. 20 July 63, 11p. Rept. no. 

U36 63; SIO Reference 63 21 

Contract Nonr22l6 O5 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors; ("Acoustics, Fishes), Scattering, 
Reflection, Density, Resonance, Marine biology. 

Measurement, Sound. 

♦ 

An estimate is made of the scattering power of a 
compacted school of fish. It is estimated that 
reflecting power is proportional to the inverse 
fourth power of the frequency for frequencies 
above 10 kc. Resonant scattering may be ex- 
pected below 1 kc. (Author) 



AD-416 547 Div. 25 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $1.60 

Western Ontario U. (Canada). 

STRUCTURES OF MERCURY MERCAPTIDES. PART I. X- 

RAY STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF MERCURY METHYL 

MERCAPTIDE, 

by D. C. Bradley and N. R. Kunchur. 15 Aug 63. 

18p. Technical rept. no. 2 

Contract Nonr3325 00, Task NR052 ,;26 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Organic compounds, Metal- 
organic compounds), ("Mercury compounds, 
Metalorganic compounds), ("Sulfur compounds, 
Metalorganic compounds), ("Crystal str-ucture. 
Mercury compounds). Organic sulfur compounds. 
X-ray diffraction analysis. Crystal lattices. 
Polymers, Tables. 



AD-416 555 Div. 25 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $1 . 



10 



Yale U., -New Haven, Conp. 

THEORY OF PRESSURE SHIFTS OF HC 1 LINES CAUSED BY 

NOBLE GASES, 

by Henry Margenau. 1962|, 6p. 

Contract AF18 6O3 15 

AFOSR 5I63 Unclassified report 

Descriptorss ("Liae spectrum. Molecular spec- 
troscopy), ("Hydrogen compounds. Chlorides), 
Helium group gases. Quantum mechanics. 
Statistical mechanics. Theory. 



Cornell U., Ithaca, N. Y. 

THE HYDROMAGNETICS UF A SPHERICAL CONDUCTOR, 

by G. S. S. Ludford and M. P. Singh. July 63. 

6p. Technical rept. no. 5 

Contract Nonr ^0^ Ud and Grant G19911 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Magnetic fields. Fluid flow), 
("Electrical conductance. Spheres), Magneto- 
hydrodynamics, Fluids, Equations. 



AD-4I6 601 Div. 25 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $1.10 

Syracuse U. , N. Y. 

RELATIVITY AND IRREVERSIBLE PROCESSES RESEARCH. 
Final rept., 1 Aug 62-31 Aug 63, 
by Peter G. Bergmann. 31 Aug 63, 5p. 
Grant AF AF0SR62 36, Proj. 9750, Task 37500 
'AFOSR Rept. no. 5208 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Research program administra- 
tion. Relativity theory). Irreversible 
processes. 



AD-416 602 Div. 25 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $1.10 

Vermont U. , Burlington. 

RESEARCH IN NONLINEAR SONIC PHENOMENA. 
Final rept., 15 Oct 60-H Oct 62, 
"by W. L. Nyborg. 14 Oct 62, 5p. 
Contract AFA9 638 ^68 
AFOSR Rept. no. 5202 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Acoustics, Research program 
administration). Ultrasonic radiation. Cavi- 
tation, Bubbles, Vibration, Transducers, Non- 
linear systems. 



AD-il6 608 Div. 25, 2, 15 
(TISTP/MFA) OTS price $2.60 

Maryland U. , College Park. 

EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL RESEARCH IN GRAVITA- 
TION PHYSICS. 
Final technical rept., 

by G. Hinds, J. Sinsky, J. Weber and D. Zipoy. 
1963, 17p. 

Grant AF AF0SR62 U3 
AFOSR 5207 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Relativity theory. Gravity), 
("Field theory. Generators), High frequency. 
Motion, Equations, Vibration, Vacuum apparatus. 
Tensor analysis. Measurement, Piezoelectric 
crystals. Transformations (Mathematics), 
Quarts, Detection, Oscillators; 

Research has continued on the generator of 
dynamical gravitational fields, in the vicinity 
of 1657 cycles per second. The generato^ con- 
sists of an aluminum cylinder, 8 inches i\|i 
diameter, 60 inches long, suspended in a f^cuum 
chamber. A vacuum tube oscillator drives piezo 
electric crystals secured to the cylinder, and 
the cylinder is excited in its lowest compres- 
sional mode. A principal objective of our 
research was accomplished. The cylinder was 
successfully driven at strain amplitudes as high 
as 5 X 1/10,000. It can be reliably driven at 
strain amplitudes of 2 x 1/10,000. We observed 
that temperature drift of the cylinder resulted 



24 



in a drift of its resonant frequency. A dis- 
cussion is given of the calculation, measurement, 
and control of the temperature. This control is 
essential in order to guarantee that the resonant 
frequency of the generator will be within the 
pass band of detection apparatus which measures 
the dynamical curvature tensor. A summary is 
given of theoretical research directed towards 
the quantization of General Relativity, follow- 
ing up the work of Dirac on the constraints and 
Hamilton.ian formulation. (Authoir) 



AD-A16 626 Div. 25 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $1.10 

Cornell U., Ithaca, N. Y. 

THE HYDROMAGNETICS OF A SPHERICAL CONDUCTOR, 

by G. S. S. Ludford and M. P. Singh. July 63. 

4p. Technical rept. no. 5 

Contract NonrA0H6 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Magnetohydrodynamics, Spheres), 
("Electrical conductance. Spheres), Magnetic 
fields. Vector analysis. Differential 
equations. 



AD-i16 627 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $2.60 

Cornell U. , Ithaca,. N. Y. 

THE HYDROMAGNETICS OF AN ELLIPSOUD MOVING IN A 

CROSS-FIELD, 

by G. S. S. Ludford and M. P. Siingh. July 63, 

22p. Technical rept. no. U 

Contract NonrA01A6 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Ellipsoids, Motion), ("Ellip- 
soids, Magnetic fields). Fluid mechanics. 
Fluids, Electrical conductance. Incompressible 
flow. Cylindrical bodies, Geneirators. 



AD-iil6 650 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MFA) OTS price $3.60 



General Dynamics, Fort Worth, Telf. 
STRESS DISTRIBUTION IN BONDED JOfNTS, 
by L. R. Lunsford. 5 Aug 63, 32p. Rept, 



no. 



ERR FWI30 

Contract AF33 657 112U 



Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Stresses, Joints), ("Sandwich 
construction. Analysis), Testa, Measurement, 
Theory, Shear stresses. Loading (Mechanics), 
Thickness, Mechanical properties. 

Theoretical expressions for the analysis of the 
three basic joint types have bees derived. 
Verification tests for the Joints have been 
started. The results of these initial tests are 
very encouraging as they correlate very well 
with the predicted failing loads. (Author) 



AD-416 721 Div. 25 
(TIjSTP/MH) OTS price $19.75 



Pratt and Whitney Aircraft, East Hartford, Conn. 
INVESTIGATION OF MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC POWER 
GENERATION. VOLUME I - SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND 
ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING. 11 

Final rept . I 

May 63, 319p. Rept, PWA2170 1 
Contract AF30 602 2^87, ProJ. 5561. Task 556101 
RADC TDR62 Ui>U, VI UnclassKled report 



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AD-416 729 
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$1.10 



Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

ALL-UNION CONGRESS ON THEORETICAL AND APPLIED 

MECHANICS. 

17 May 63, 7p. 

FTD TT63 199 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, OTN, 
Mekhanika i Mashinostroyeniye, no. 2, pp. 175- 
176, 1960. 

Descriptors: ("Mechanics, Symposia), ("Fluid 
mechanics. Gases), Theory, Magnetohydrodynamics, 
Turbulent boundary layer. Motion, Vis.cosity, 
Theory, Elasticity, Deformation, Sheets, 
Cavitation, Creep. 



AD- 41 6 764 Div. 25 *, 

(TISTP/MH) OTS price $2.60 

Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, Calif. 
REPORT OF FOREIGN VISIT TO ENGLAND. DENMARK. AND 
GERMANY, 22 JULY - 16 AUGUST 1963, 
by Ernst G. Bauer. 12 Sep 63, 17p. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Electrons, Scattering), Elas- 
ticity, Electric potential. Equations, Atoms, 
Gases, Hydrogen, Helium, Argon, Polarization,' 
Sodium, Potassium. 

Effective potentials for exchange and correlation 
are derived by drastically simplifying the Har- 
tree-Fock equations for the system (atom + free 
electron) and applying some ideas from the theory 
of the free electron gas. The resulting un- 
coupled differential equations for the free elec- 
tron partial waves are solved numerically. Total 
and differential elastic scattering cross sections 
are computed for H, He, Ne, Ar, Kr, Zn, Li, Na, 
K, N. and 0. Good agreement is found in general 
with other seni-empi r i cal or more elaborate cal- 
culations and with experiment. (Author) 



AD-416 766- Div. 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $1 . 



60 



University of Southern Calif., Los Angeles. 
ISOTOPE SHIFT AND HYPERFINE STRUCTURE. 
Final rept., 1 July 47-31 Aug 63, 



25 



Division 25 - PHYSICS 

by John R. Holmes. 31 Aug 63. 12p. 

Contracts Nonr22803 and Nonr228H. ProJ . NR019 

110 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Atpmic structure, Line spec- 
trum), Nuclear moments. Nuclear physics. 
Isotopes, Hyperflne structure. Optical instru- 
ments. Microwave spectroscopy, Spectrum 
an aly ze rs . 



AD-^16 776 Div. 25, 8 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $1.10 

Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

DEVICE FOR MEASURING AND RECORDING ATMOSPHERIC 

TURBULENCE, 

by V. P. Belyayev and G. N. Shur. 2 Aug 63, 

6p. 

FTD TT63 623 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Russian Patent No. 152107, (Appl. 
Nr. 755810/26-9, December U, 1961). pp. 1-3. 

Descriptors: ("Atmosphere, Turbulence), 
Radiosondes, Measuring devices, Recording 
systems. Coding, Signals, Meters, Theodolites, 
Electronic recording systems. 



AD-i;i6 767 
(TISTP/.MG) 



OTS 



Div. 
price 



25 

$1. 



60 



Aerospace Information Div., Washington, D. C. 
KINETICS OF STIMULATED MOSSBAUER RADIATION. 
9 Aug 63, 12p.- 
AID Rept. no. T63 106 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Zhurnal eksperimen t al ' noy i teoreti- 
cheskoy fiziki. UL:(i, pp. 2016-2022, June 1963. 

Descriptors: ('Mossbauer effect. Kinetic 
theory). Crystals, Inorganic compounds. Line 
spectrum. Time, Oscillators, Oscillation, 
Amplifiers, Electromagnetic waves, Masers, 
Lase rs . . 

The kinetics are examined of stimulated Mossbauer 
radiation in an inorganic crystal under condi- 
tions when the characteristic time of the proc- 
ess is much less than the width of the line. It 
is shown that the maximum of the wave will be 
shifted with a very low velocity, proportional to 
the line width. (Author^ 



AD- 41 6 773 
(TISTP/MH) 



Div. 25 
OTS price $5.60 



Inc., Cambridge, 
STUDIES. 



Mass. 



Block Associates 

INFRARED -HORIZON 

Final rept . , 

by Karl M. Hergenrot her , Merle J. Persky and 

A. L. Lavery. 31 June 63, 1v. 

Contract AF 1 9 628 1618. ProJ. U27, Task U2702 

AFCRL 63 640 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Horizon scanners, Infrared 
spectrophotometers). Interferometers, Spec- 
trum analyzers. Spectroscopy, Infrared spec- 
troscopy. Telescopes, Balloon equipment, .^, 
Balloons, Earth, Environmental tests. 

The preparation and evaluation of an infrared 
interferometer spectrometer. Block Associates, 
Inc., Model I6T, used in conjunction with a 
Newtonian telescope for the balloon-borne' 
measurement of the earth's infrared horizon is 
described. Auxiliary systems were built and 
tested in support of the spectrometer. A 



balloon flight was held on February 1^, 1963. 
The balloon failed to reach the float altitude 
of 100,000 feet and, therefore, no spectral 
data could be obtained. (Author) 



AD-A17 0^5 
(TISTP/FEM) 



Div. 25 
OTS price $2.60 



Darid Taylor Model Basin, Washington, D. C. 

PLASTIC BUCKLING PRESSURE FOR SPHERICAL SHELLS, 

by Myron E. Lunchick. July 63, 19p. 

Proj. S FOI3 03 02 

DtMB H93 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Structural shells. Spheres), 
(•Spheres, Buckling (Mechanics), Plasticity, 
Hydrostatic pressure. Strain (Mechanics), 
Materials, Equations. 

A solution for the plastic axisymnetric buckling 
of thinwalled spheres under hydrostatic pressure 
is derived. The theory accounts for strain- 
hardening of material and changes of Poisson's 
ratio in the plastic range. The plasticity 
reduction factor is expressed in terms of tangent 
and secant moduli and new concepts of tangent and 
secant Poisson's ratios. For typical engineering 
materials there is little difference between the 
results obtained from this solution and the 
earlier ones obtained from the solutions of 
Bijlaard and Gerard. (Author) 



AD-417 075 Div. 25, 30, U 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $2.60 

Naval Research Lab., Washington, D. C. 

FLUORESCENT COLOR SPECIFICATION BY MEANS OF THE 

BECKMAN MODEL DK-2 SPECTROPHOTOMETER, 

by G. E. Rohl, J. E. Cowling, and C. H. 

Presbrey, Jr. 11 June 63, 29p. 

NRL Rept. no. 5933 Unclassified report 

Original contains color plates; all DDC reproduc- 
tions will be in black and white. Original may 
be seen in ODC Hq. 

Descriptors: (»Colorimetry , Paints), (»Fluo- 
resence, Colorimetry) , (•Colors, Fl uoresence) , 
(•Spectrophotometers, Colorimetry), Paints, 
Optics, Photomultipl iers. Spectroscopy, Emis- 
sivity. Reflection, Light, Specifications. 

Some of the major problems involved in deter- 
mining the tristimulus values of fluorescent 
paints are: determining the spectral radiance of 
a fluorescent specimen that is both emitting and 
reflecting light, irradiating th^ specimen with 
sufficient source energy so that the sample emits 
and reflects an ample intensity of light for 
spectroanalys is, taking into account the fact 
that the angle of illuminating and viewing the 
specimen influences the results obtained, estab- 
lishing and maintaining a standard reference sur- 
face, afld choosing a suitable source of illumina- 
tion. Adaptation of the Beckman DK-2 spectro- 
photometer to the measurement of fluorescent 
paint colors involved mainly the development of 
an instrument assembly capable of determining, 
with high resolution, the spectral radiance of 
fluorescent colors. This included a comparison 
of photomul tipl ier detectors for sensitivity, the 
, development of improved chart paper for plotting 
and recording the spectral character of colors, 
and the production of an enlarged, multicolor 
chromaticity diagram to ease eye strain and in- 
sure greater user accuracy. (Author) 

26 



AD-417 081 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MHA) OTS price $8.60 



Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 

DISTORTIONS AND STRESSES OF PARABOLOIDAL SURFACE 

STRUCTURES—PART III, 

by James W. Mar and Frederic ¥. M. Wan. 15 Aug 63, 

97p. Hept. no. 71G1 

Contract AF19 628 500 

AFESD TDR63 106 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Structural shells. Parabolic 
bodies), (•Parabolic bodies. Structural shells). 
Geometric bodies. Surface areas. Vector analy- 
sis. Tensor analysis. Shear stresses. Differ- 
ential equations. Gravity, Integration. 



AD-417 087 
(TISTP/FEM) 



Div. 25. 
OTS price $1 



8 
25 



I IT Research Inst., Chicago, 111, 

PERTURBATION SOLUTIONS FOR NONLINEAR PLANE 

WAVE EQUATIONS OF ACOUSTICS, 

by William C. Sperry. June 63, 37p. 

Contract AF33 616 77^6, ProJ. 72^1. Task 723105 

AMRL TDR63 63 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Acoustic properties. Propaga- 
tion), ("Acoustics, Equations), Nonlinear 
differential equations. Partial differential 
equations. Perturbation theory. Velocity, 
Density, Temperature, Pressure, Particles, 
Motion, Gases, Fluid mechanics. Viscosity, 
Nonlinear systems. 



Gene 
t i on 
part 
ampl 
i dea 
cosi 
pert 
set 
no k 
into 
t i on 
obta 



ral p 

of a 
ial d 
i tude 
1 gas 
ty, h 
urbat 
of no 
n own 

n i 
s for 
i ned . 



rinci 

reas 

iffer 

prop 

havi 

eat c 

i on t 

n li ne 

close 

nf i ni 

whi c 

(Au 



pies are establishjad for the solu- 
onably general set of nonlinear 
enti'il equations describing large 
agation of plane waves through an 
ng constant coefficients of vis- 
onductioh, and heat radiation. A 
echnique is used which permits the 
ar equations, for iwhich there are 
d form solutions, to degenerate 
te number of sets of linear equa- 



h closed 
thor) 



form solu 



tions can be 



AD-417 094 Div. 25, 15 
(TISTP/HG) OTS price $6.60 



General Electric Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
SINGLE-STAGE HEAT-TRANSFER SIMULATOR, 



PHYSICS - Division 25 

by B. Kaplan and A. F. Hentink. 1 July 58, 61p. 
Rept. no. APEX383 
Contract AF33 038 21102 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»lleat transfer. Simulation), 
(•Nuclear reactors, Simulation), Temperature, 
Gas flow. Fluxes, Differential equations, 
Equations, Tables, Real variables. Functions, 
Analog computers. Digital computers, 
Ampl if iers. 

Presentation of the design and development of a 
variable-airflow, single-stage heat-transfer 
simulator. This simulation operates on a real- ' 
time basis that enables integration into the 
engine-reactor control-system simulation. The 
simulator can be extended into a simulator for a 
multistage reactor. The inputs are flux, inlet 
air temperature, and airflow. The outputs are 
fuel element temperature and exit air temperature. 
(Author) 



AD-417 097 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $5.60 

Hughes Research Labs., Malibu, Calif. 

LASER DEVICES EXPLORATORY INVESTIGATION, 

Interim scientific rept. no. 1, 1 Majr-31 July 63. 

31 July 63. 49p. 

Contract AF33 657 II65O - 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Lasers, Scientific research). 
Materials, Microwave spectroscopy, Non-linear 
systems. Optics, Reflectors, Ruby, Amplifiers, 
Scattering, Absorpti onspectrum. 



Considerable progress 


has been made in the under- 


standing and attainment of single transverse mode. 


operation in a solid state laser. Application of 


a mode selection techn 


i que to a ruby laser has 


resulted in single transverse mode operation at 


twice threshold pumpin 


g with a I5 fold increase 


in brightness. Chromi 


urn doped spinel has been 


grown by flame fusion 


and flux techniques. Optical 


and microwave spectres 


copy of these crystals in- 


dicates that they are 


inferior to the spinels oc- 


curring naturally. Preliminary experiments on 


nonlinear optics have 


demonstrated the generation 


of Stokes and anti-Sto 


kes frequency shifted lines 


in calcite and benzene 


Measurement of absolute 


Raman scattering cross 


sections have been made 


and the results are found to be consistent with 


threshold measurements 


for stimulated Raman 


scattering (SRS). (Au 


thor) 



27 



Division 26 - PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT 



26. PRODUCTION AND 
MANAGEMENT 



AD-ill6 575 
(TISTM/REB) 



Div 
OTS 



, 26. 
pri ce 



17 
$1. 



60 



Narraco Industries, Inc., San Diego, Calif. 

THE INVESTIGATION OF EXOTHERMIC BRAZING OF 

FRACTORY ALLOYS. 

Quarterly, rept. no. 2, 1 Feb-30 Apr 63, 

by R. 0. Banning, J. R. Armstrong and R. A, 

28 May 63, 19p. 

Contract N600 19 59237 

AEC NP12901 Unclassified report 



RE- 



Long. 



Descriptors: ("Refractory metals. Brazing), 
(•Brazing, Refractory metals and alloys). 
Nickel alloys, Manganese alloys, Tensilfe prop- 
erties. Hardness, Metallography. 



Exothe rmi c 
produce a b 
and part of 
1 nvest i gate 
ceptable Jo 
therms yiel 
alloy; howe 
refractory 
were not su 
ternal exot 
also invest 
ing refract 
obtained wi 
loys invest 
mol ybdenum. 
alloys Nhic 
Data on the 
cycle on th 
obtained us 
tions as Me 
(Author) 



reac t i ons 


raze alio 

the heat 

d for bra 


ints were 
ding a Ni 
ver. thos 
alloy (li 


ccessf ul . 
herms) wh 
igated fo 
ory metal 
th all th 


igated (t 
and TZM 


h me 1 1 at 
effect 
e various 
ing tensi 
11 as me t 



(internal exotherms) tlVat 
y, a fluxing ceramic phase, 
required for brazing were 
zing refractory metals. Ac- 
obtained with interna.l exo- 
ckel-Manganese (Ni-Mn) braze 
e designed to yield a more 
quidus in excess of 3000 F) 
Exothermic reactions (ex- 
ich act as a heat source were 
r their application to braz- 
s. Acceptable joints were 
e refractory metals and al- 
ungsten, tantalum,, columbium, 
alloy) using braze filler 

temperatures up to 3100 F. 
f the exothermic heating 

refractory base metals was 
le and mi crohardnes s evalua- 
allographic examination. 



AD-416 592 Div. 26. 1 , ^ 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $ii.60 

MSA Research Corp., Callery. Pa. 

HYDROGEN GENERATION FOR HIGH ALTITUDE BALLOONS. 
Quarterly progress rept. no. 3. 1 Jan-1 Apr 63, 
by W. J. Carter, R. A. Spencer, and M. J. McGoff. 
31 May 63. A2p. Rept. no. MSAR63 63 
Contract DA36 039sc90699, Proj . 3M36 21 00^ 02 

Unclassified report 



De 
te 
(• 
a 1 

CO 

St 
po 

Nine 

ft H 

test 

NaBH 

fabr 

(Mod 

test 

thre 

135 

this 

phys 

qua n 

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effo 

a un 

The 

char 



scr i pto 

BS). (• 

Ba lloon 
t i tude, 
mpo unds 
orage, 
unds , C 
f 

ty smal 
2 STP) 
s enabl 
L, fift 
1 ca t ion 
el XI). 

model 
e NaBHA 
cu ft H 

per iod 
i ca 1 pa 
t i t ies 
n t s and 
rts wer 
iform h 
best pa 
ge cont 



rs: ("Hydrogen Ga j generating svs- 
Ga s generating systems, Hvdrogen), 
s. Gas genera ting 'systems) , High 
Borohydrides , Hydrides, Aluminum 
, Sodium compounds. Catalysts, 
Manufacturing methods, Lithium com- 
obalt compounds, Chlorid'es. 



land In rg 
were run. 
ed the des 
y NaA UU c 

of a test 

Two runs 

hydrogen g 

charges a 
2. Para me 

inc 1 uded 
ckaging te 
of NaBHA; 

combi na t i 
e primaril 
ydrogen ge 
ckage deve 
aining UO 



e sea 
Data 
ign a 
harge 
mode 
were 
enera 
nd ev 
ters 
the f 
chniq 
and t 
ons 
y di r 
nera t 
loped 
gm Li 



le te 
obta 
nd pa 
s and 
1 hyd 
cond 
tor, 
1 vi n 
inves 
orffli n 
ue of 
he mi 
f cat 
ected 
ion r 
wa s 
H, 11 



sts ( 

i^ned 

ckagi 

the 
rogen 
ucted 
ea ch 
g the 
t i ga t 
g pre 

larg 
Xing 
a lyst 

towa 
ate f 
a 550 

gm C 



up to 270 cu 
from these 
ng of fifty 
design and 

genera tor 

with the 
react ing 

required 
ed during 
ssure and 
e and snail 
of various 
s. These 
rd obtaining 
rom NaBH^. 

gm NaBHA 
oC12 pressed 



in a 3 in. x 8 7/8 in. canister. A uniform H2 
generation rate was achieved with NaAlH^. Shelf 
life tests indicated NaBHA samples stored at 
50 C gave lower yields than fresh control samples 
and required a longer time for H2 evolution. The 
NaAlH4 runs showed no significant differences 
from similar fresh controls. (Author) 



AD-416 625 Div. 26, 17 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $1.10 

General Dynamics, Fort Worth, Tex. 
SPOT WELDING CHAHACTEKISTICS OF PH15-7 Mo STAIN- 
LESS STEEL, 

by D. C. Henderson. 5 Aug 63, 8p. Rept. no. 
PCTRi;595 
Contract AF33 657 112U 

Unclassified report 

Bescriptorst ("Stainless steel. Spot welding), 
("Spot welding. Stainless steel). Shear 
stresses. Sheets, Thermal joining. Military 
requirements. Spot welds. Thickness. 



The shear te 
the minimum 
A comparison 
strength val 
showed the 
slightly low 
The 0.025- t 
spotwelds we 
results reco 
the same gau 
weld nacro-s 
within the r 
Nugget diame 
the maximum 
ments of the 



St values of all th 


requirements of the 


of these val ues< w i 


ues of the 17-7PH c 


.025- to 0.025-in. 


er than those of th 


0.040- and 0,040- 


11 exceeded the she 


rded on the 17-7PH 


ges. The penetrati 


pecimens of each ga 


equired range of th 


ters of all three g 


and minimum diamete 


specification. (A 



e gauges exceeded 

spec if icat ion. 
th the shear 
ertification 
spotwelds to be 
e certification. 

to 0.040-in. gage 
ar strength 
cert ification for 
on of the spot- 
ge were well 
e specification, 
roups were within 
r size require- 
uthor) 



AD-416 642 Div. 26, 17 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $2.60 

IIT Research Inst., Chicago, 111. 

LINER FOR EXTRUSION BILLET CONTAINERS. 

Interim technical documentary progress rept. 

4 May-4 Aug 63, 

by Sheldon A. Spachner. 4 Aug 63, 18p. Hept. no. 

IITRI B244 12 

Contract AF33 657 8784, Proj. 7 945 

ASD Rept. no. TDH7 945, Vol. 4 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Metal forming presses. Ma- 
terials), ("Extrusion, Metal forming presses), 
Ceramic coatings. Refractory coatings. Nickel 
alloys, Chromiun alloys. Cobalt alloys, Alumi- 
num compounds. Zirconium compounds. Stainless 
steel. Steel, Molybdenum alloys. High tempera- 
ture research. Oxides. 



Rok ide-process alumina and 
a Udimet 70Q superalloy li 
extrusion of 3^1/2-in. bil 
Udimet 700, SAE 4340, PH15 
using rod extrusion dies o 
ratio, and T-section dies, 
were in the 1900 to 2250 F 
ranges. Both alumina and 
vided adequate protection 
at temperatures to 3450 F. 
showed wear at temperature 
may be serviceable to 3450 
showed erratic results. 
stand extrusion at 3450 F 
The Udimet 700 liner did n 
but did react with the TZM 
T-section die desigr was m 
cracking during extrusion 
grinding costs. (Author) 



zirconia coatings and 
ner were evaluated by 
lets of Inconel 713C, 
-7Mo, and TZM alloys, 
f 12: 1, 16:1, and 40|1 

Billet temperatures 

and 2900 to 3600 F 
zirconia coatings pro- 
to the support tooling 

Alumina coatings 
s over 2900 F, but 

F. Zirconia coatings 
ne coating did with- 
without apparent wear, 
ot show wear at 2000 F. 

billet at 3600 F. 
odified to prevent die 
and reduce coating 



28 



PROPULSION SYSTEMS - 
PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN ENGINEERING - 
QUARTERMASTER EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES - 
RESEARCH AND RESEARCH EQUIPMENT - 



Division 27 

Division 28 

Division 29 

Division 30 



AD-416 665 Div. 26, 31, 
(TISTM/E.TH) OTS price $2.60 



Y. 
DESIGN 



Naval Applied Science Lab., Brooklyn, N. 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT REPORT ON JOINT 

DATA FOR HIGH STRENGTH PLASTICS, 

Final rept . , 

by A. Rufolo. 16 Sep 63, 20p. ii 

Proj. SR007 03 04. Task 1008 I 

NASL Lab. Proj. 6066 1, Suppl. i 

Unclassified report 



Descriptorst ("Joints, Laniittted plaitici), 
("Screens, Joints), ("Laminated plastics. 
Joints), Hulls (Marine), Underwater, Loading 
(Mechanics). Failure (Mechanics), Non-destruc- 
tive testing. Ultrasonic radiation. Screw 
threads. Bolts, Test methods, 



The r 
mec ha 
high 
membe 
of sc 
ult im 
i nch 
to va 
St ren 
than 
but io 
1 iste 
for 1 
to be 
f a i lu 
shear 
des t r 
f a i lu 
n ique 
were 
Labn r 
(Auth 



eport li 
n ical pe 
strength 
rs. One 
rews in 
ate pul 1 
-16 and 
r ious de 
gth plas 
the pull 
ns which 
d as fol 
ower dep 

local d 
re, i nst 

or hear 
uc t i ve t 
re wast d 
s for im 
develope 
atorv fo 
or) 



sts the 
r f orrannc 
plastic 
of t hes 
plas t ics 
-out loa 
1/2 inch 
pths of 
t ic pane 
-out dat 
evo 1 ved 
lows: ( 
ths of p 
elam i nat 
ead of h 
ing fail 
est tech 
emonst ra 
prov i ng 
d , evalu 
r applic 



factors w 
e of Join 

structur 
e factors 
, was stu 
ds of 1/4 

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penetrat i 
1 . Howev 
a, the si 

from thi 
1 ) Mode o 
enetrat io 
i «. n and c 
itherto s 
ure. (2) 
n ique to 
ted. (3) 
fastener 
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27. PROPULSION SYSTEMS 



AD-416 634 
(TISTA/VGW) 



OTS 



Div. 27. 12 
price $2.60 



Hercules Powder Co., Kenvil, N 
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON WING II MINUTEiAN REVERSE THRUST 
SYSTEM WEAPON SYSTEM 133A. 

31 July 63. 23p. Rept. no. K35/IIR B4 1 

Contract AFO4 647 243 ' 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Bibliographies, Rocket motors • 
(Solid propellant) ) . ("Rocket motors (Solid 
propellant). Bibliographies), Retro rockets. 
Thrust reverse. Guided missiles (Surface to 
surface). Rocket motors, Docunentation. | 

All documents prepared by the Kenvil Works of 
Hercules Powder Company for the Wing 11 MINUTE- 
MAN Reverse Thrust System Rocket Motors through 
31 July 1963 are listed. The bibliography report 
provides a system through which documented in- 
formation pertaining to retro and tumble rocket 
motors is readily available. (Author) 



AD-417 054 Div. 27, 10 
(TISTE/JWS) OTS price $1.60 



British Internal Combustion Ei 

Associ ati on . 

COMBUSTION IN DIESEL ENGINES. 



ine Research 



Rept. for 1 Aug 62-31 July 63. 

by D. W. Tryhorn. 29 Aug 63. 12p. Rept. no. 

ATR 3 

Contract DA9I 591EUC2657 

Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ("Diesel engines. 
("Combustion. Diesel engines), 
research. Pistons. High-tempera 
Performance (Engineering). Exha 
Intake valves. 



Combus t i on) , 
High-pressure 
ture research, 
us t valves , 



Effort has been concentrated on showing the 
influence of charge air temperature on com- 
bustion under conditions approximating to those 
of a highly rated turbocharged engine. A single 
cylinder engine, referred to as ''engine B'' and 
described in ATR No. 2 (21st August 1962) has 
been used and low compression temperatures have 
been obtained by use of the Atkinson cycle in 
which the enginjC is fed with air at high pres- 
sure and ambient temperature and the effective 
compression ratio reduced to about 9.4 by^ alter- 
ation of tho valve timing. (Author) 



28. PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN 
ENGINEERING 



AD-417 050 Div. 28. 8. 12 

(TISTB/MS) OTS price $1.10 

Sylvania Electric Products, Inc.. Waltham, Mass. 

HUMAN ENGINEERING. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 3 for 1 May- 

15 Sep 63, 

by L. L. Keenan. 15 Sep 63, 6p. Rept. no. 

MPO HE102 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Human engineering. Ground 
support equipment). ("Guided missiles (Surface- 
to-surfacc). Ground (Electrical)). 



29. QUARTERMASTER EQUIPMENT 
AND SUPPLIES 

. No Entries 



30. RESEARCH AND RESEARCH 
EQUIPMENT 

AD-416 541 Div. 30 

(-T1STB/WA) OTS price $3.60 

Federal Aviation Agency. Washington, D. C. 
AIRPORT OPERATIONS IN THE NEW YORK METROPOLITAN 
AREA, 1948-1968. 
Sep 62, 37p. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Airports, Operation), Air 
transportation, Instrument landings, Jet 
transport planes, Traf f icabi li ty , Site 
selection. 



29 



Division 30 - RESEARCH AND RESEARCH EQUIPMENT 



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for use in 
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these a i rp 
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AD-A16 593 Uiv. 30. 9. 1 

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Princeton U. , N. J. 

STUDY OF V/STOL AERODYNAMIC STATIC TEST 

FACILITIES, 

by Henry E. Payne, III. May 61. 1v. Rept. no. 

Contract D\AA 177tc52A, Proj . 9 38 01 000. 
TK902 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Vertical take-off planes. 
Test facilities). ("Short take-off planes, 
Test facilities). (•Wind tunnels. Design), 
Subsonic flow. Instrumentation, Aerodynamic 
characteristics. Aeronautical laboratories, 
Feasibility studies. 



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ed . Discussions ' 
oratory teams con- 
ow-speed VTOL 
equired. It is 
Is are unable to 
nam! c data. In 
vailable for in- 
esearch. A large 
i gned spec i f i ea 1 ly 

data is the best 
eeds. (Author) 



AD-A16 610 
(TISTP/JP) 



Div. 30 
OTS price $1.60 



Documentation, Inc., Bethesda, Md . 

MULTIPURPOSE INFORMATION SYSTEM DESIGN. 

Final technical rept. 

Julv 63, 15p. 

Contract AF49 638 1109 

AFOSR 5204 Unclassified report 

Descriptors; (*Data processing systems, 
Management engineering), (•Management engi- 
neering, Data processing systems). 



AD-41.6 612 Div. 30. 28 
(TISTi/WH) OTS price $11.50 

Washington U. , Seattle Coll. of Engineering. 
MAN-COMPUTER INTERFACE STUDY, 

by D. L. Johnson and A. L. Kobler. June 63, 155p. 
Grant AF SR62 366 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Digital computers. Artificial 
intelligence), ('Artificial intelligence, 
Digital computers). Trigonometry,- Game theory. 
Topology, Programming (Computers), Programming 
languages. 



Part 

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etry 

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I describes our development of a method for 
lem solving and learning related to trigonom- 

problems. The methods of solution and 
ning discussed and illustrated are suffi- 
tly general that they may be extended to 
r areas of problems. Part II is concerned 

research in computer game playing. The 
eipal effort in this section is devoted to 
-pruning methods as applied to the game of 
s. Rather than emphasis upon scoring paraa- 
s with only secondary attention to tree- 
ing, this study devotes primary attention 
he tree-pruning methods. Close attention is 
n to the relationships between various 
tant computer-chess approaches and the one 
loped by this research. The method has been 
-simulated and sample plays are shown. Part 
of the report describes continuing research 
ing with human attitudes toward the man- 
ine relationship. (Author) 



AD-i;i6 637 Div. 30 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $2.60 

Northeastern U. , Boston, Mass. 

A HIGHLY VERSATILE TELEMETRY DATA TRANSLATION 

SYSTEM. 

Final rept. , 

by Jacob Wiren. 30 June 63, 24p. 

Contract AF19 628 A01 . Proj. 7659, Task 765901 

AFCRL 63 8K Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Telemeter systems, Design), 
Computers, Data processing systems. Digital- 
to-analog converters. Input-output devices. 
Programming (Computer), Specifications, 
Telemetering data. 

In support of the upper-air research program, a 
facility for translating continuous analog data 
and pulse amplitude time multiplexed data into 
digital formats on magnetic tape suitable for 
entry into large computers has been developed. 
A description of a computer controlled Telemetry 
Data System and some of its operational features 
are presented. (Author) 



AD-416 673 Div. 30 
(TISTE/AW) OTS price $10.50 

United Electrodynamics, Pasadena, Calif. 
RESEARCH STUDIES ON FREE FIELD INSTRUMENTATION, 
by J. R. Stagner and R. Obenchain. June 63, 123p. 
Contract AF29 601 1944, Proj. 1080. Task 108006 
AFSWC TDH63 45 Unclassified report 

Descriptors; (•Pressuse gages. Nuclear explo- 
sions). Strain gages, Soils, Shock tubes. 
Underground explosions. Instrumentation, Pres- 
sure vessels. Transducers, Piezoelectric gages. 
Soil mechanics. Acceleration, Stresses. 



The de 
field 
ported 
we re f 
of pro 
Stat ic 
were u 
charac 
soil g 
de velo 
ment . 
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later 
at UED 
Shock 
descr i 
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above design 
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p to 800 psi and 

The above gages 
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Developmental 
system were 
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Id system and 
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evaluation. A 
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AD-416 717 Div. 30 

(TISTB/WA) OTS price $1.60 



SHIPS AND MARINE EQUIPMENT - Division 31 



(e Systems Command, 



Aerospace Medical Div., Air For|c 

Brooks Air Force Base, Tex. 

APPLICATION OF SEMICONDUCTOR RAIOIATION DETECTORS 

TO RADIOBIOLOGIC PROBLEMS. 

Aug 63, 9p. 

SAM B TDR63 25 Unclassified report 

Descriptors; (•Semlconductoi* devices. Radio- 
biology), ("Radiobiology , Semiconductor de- 
vices), Design, Manufacturing methods, Ma- 
terials, Feasibility studies. Radiation moni- 
tors, Protons, Neutrons. 



The experim 
particle de 
to det ermi n 
St abi lity , 
barrier det 
tors, and i 
exposed to 
electrons , 
ist ies of t 
to each typ 
termined as 
Condi t ion s . 
the det ect o 
logic probl 
The applica 
tion, (2) e 
absorbed in 
cle, (4) tr 
con to ener 
measurement 
embedding d 

AD-416 775 
(TISTE/CAM) 



ental charac 
lectors have 
e response, 
and irradiat 
ect ors, di f f 
on-drifted P 
many differe 
photons, and 
he response 
e of ionizin 

a f unct ion 
This basic 
rs is being 
ems in the 1 
tions includ 
nergy spectr 

the silicon 
an s 1 at ion of 
gy absorbed 
, and (5) de 
electors in 



terist ies of s 

been studied 

resolution, ri 

ion effects. 

used P-N junet 

1 -N detectors 

nt energies of 

neutrons. Th 

of each type o 

g radi at Ion ha 

of geometry an 

in f o mat ion c 

used to solve 

aboratory and 

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urn measurement 

from the ioni 

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animals. (Aut 



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exten s i 
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Div. 30, 8 
OTS price $1 .10 



Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Basa, Ohio. 

FREQUENCY MEASURER ICH-7. 

31 July 63, 2p. 

FTD TT63 694 Unclass 



Trans, from Vyrai ryuvaeh Chas 
1p. 



ssified report 
toiir YCH-7, No. 1 



680, 



Descriptors; ("Frequency metprs, Heasuremetit ) , 
Rotation, Osci ll.iti ons . 



AD-416 778 Div. 30 

(TISTP/MFA) OTS price $1.60 



t J. 



Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systens Command, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 
PRINCIPLES OF CONSTRUCTION OF RESONANT-CAVITY 
LEVEL GAGES, ' 

by L. G. Palevich. 14 Aug 63. 13p. I 

FTD TT63 562 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Prlborost royeniye , no. 11, pp. 6-8, 
1962. 



Descriptors; ("Liquid levellflages. Design), 
(•Cavity resonators. Measurement), Frequency, 
Detectors, Circuits, Servomechanlsms . 



AD-417 038 Div. 30 
(TISTB/AAH) OTS price $2.0p 

Office of Naval Research, Washington, D. C, 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SUMMARIES. 

July 63, 70p. 

ONR Rept. ACR81 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Data processing systems. 
Computers), (•Information retrieval, Com- 
puters), Speech, Analysis, Machine translation. 
Language, Cryogenics, Memory, Automatic, 
Control, Learning, Computer logic. j 



/AD-417 039 Div. 30, 27 
'' (TISTA/FRL) OTS price $4.60 

Arnold Engineering Development Center, Arnold 

Air Force Station, Tenn. 

AUXILIARY EJECTOR EFFECTS ON ROCKET -DglVEN 

DIFFUSER PERFORMANCE DURING THRUST VARIATION, 

by James W. Hale. Sep 63, 34p. 

Contract AF40 6OO 1000, Proj. RT2000 

AEDC TDR63 188 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Rocket motors. Altitude 
chambers), (»Altitude chambers. Control), 
Diffusers, Test facilities, Pressure, Design, 
Rocket motor nozzles. Simulation, Configura- 
tion. Thrust. 



A model st 
bo t h annul 
ej ect ors . 
the T-5BR1 
as the dri 
rocket and 
Per f rman c 
and ej ec to 
ejector an 
ejector op 
to evaeuat 
rocket ign 
lowing sim 
body-type 
the effect 
diffuser s 
and breakd 
creasing t 
slmi lar* to 
area ratio 
diffuser. 



udy was made on rocket 
ar-type and centerbody- 

The investigation was 

Altitude Test Cell wit 
ving fluids for both th 

annular or centerbody- 
e was obtained for the 
r running individually 
d for both the simulate 
erating in tandem. The 
e the test cell prior t 
ition and to maintain c 
ulated rocket tailoff. 
and annular-type auxili 

of a variable area con 
imilar to a second thro 
own pressure ratio was 
he ejector driving pres 

the effect of reducing 
. A sub st/A sub d, of 

(Author) 



tailoff, using 
type auxiliary 
conducted in 
h steam and air 
e simulated 
type ejector, 
simulated rocket 
as a diffuser- 
d rocket and 

ejector was used 
simulated 
ell pressure fol- 

Both the center- 
ary ejectors have 
tract ion in the 
at. The start 
increased by in- 
sure, wh ich is 

the contraction 
a second-throat 



31. 



SHIPS AND MARINE 
EQUIPMENT 



AD-416 695 Div. 31 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $5.60 

Massachusetts Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. 
LINEARIZED THEORY FOR PROPELLERS IN STEADY FLOW, 
by J. E. Kerwin. July 63, 49p. 
Contract Nonrl84l63, Proj. SR009 01 01 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Propellers (Marine), Fluid 
dynamic properties). Mathematical analysis, 
Incompressible flow, Fluid flow. Load distri- 
bution, Velocity, Lift. 

Detailed derivations are presented of the ex- 
pressions for the steady-state disturbance ve- 
locity at a propeller blade due to pressure load- 
ing and thickness. A procedure for separating 
lifting line velocities from the total is out- 
lined, and conclusions are drawn regarding the 
presence of camber and incidence corrections for 
propellers with symmetrical blades and chordwise 
load distributions. (Author) 



AD-416 770 
(TISTP/MFA) 



Div. 31 
OTS price $19. 



75 



Sperry Gyroscope Co., Great Neck, N. Y. 
PROJECT SURIC, PHASE V, VOLUME II. 



31 



Division 32 - MISCELLANEOUS ARTS AND SCIENCES 
Division 33 - TRANSPORTATION 



Final rept. 

July 63, 301p. Kept. no. EB5280 0308 

Contract NOnr2855 00 

line 1 ass i f led report 

Descriptors: ("Naval vessels (Combatant), 
Cominand and control systems), ("Combat infor- 
mation centers. Specifications), Reliability, 
.Special purpose computers. Navigation, 
Circuits, Miniature electronic equipment, 
Ele&trical equipnent. Design. 



' AD-417 030 
(TISTE/JMS) 



Div. 31, 26 
GTS price $9.60 



Thompson, H. I., Fiber Glass Co., Gardena, Calif. 
INVESTIGATION OF STKUCTURAL PUOBLEMS WITH FILA- 
MENT WOUND DEEP SUBMERSIBLES. 
Quarterly -rept . no. 2 for 17 Apr-16 July 63, 
by N. C. Myers, G. D. Lee, and F. C. Wright. 
July 63, 106p. 

Contract N0bs88351, Proj. S F013 05 03, Task 
1025 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors; ("Filament wound construction. 
Structural properties), ("Submarine hulls. 
Filament wound construction). Loading (Me- 
chanics), Pressure, Glass textiles. Joints, 
Fatigue (Mechanics), Models (Simulations), 
Structural shells. Mechanical drawings, 
Equat ions . 



Efforts continued to design, fab 
test small scale filament wound 
of withstanding a collapse press 
psi (30,000 ft) while incorporat 
penetrations, and transverse cyl 
In addition these vessels must b 
cycl ic. loading ( 10 , 000 cycl es) a 
pressure of 6667 psi (15,000 ft. 
ment of frames and the mounting 
of heavy machinery and equipment 
investigated. Preliminary desig 
established for positive frame a 
end closure cutouts. These mode 
fabricated and tested. The cyli 
joint model has been tested. An 
has been fabricated with 5-994 g 
tested. Itesults in all cases ha 
promising. Correlation of theor 
perimental data has remained goo 
testing unit is in operation. (A 



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13,333 
OS ures , 
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perat i ng 
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tachment 
so being 
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1 OS ure 
los ure 
abric and 
ven quite 

and ex- 
r fatigue 



32. MISCELLANEOUS ARTS AND 
SCIENCES 



AD-416 780 
(TI STB/MS) 



OTS 



Div. 
price 



32 
$1 .10 



Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 
SUICIDAL STRATEGY, 

by V. D. Sokolovskiy. 8 Aug 63, 9p. 

FTD TT63 811 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Krasnaya Zvezda, p. U, 19 July 1962. 

Descriptors: ("Foreign policy. United States 
Government), Military strategy, National 
defense, Nuclear warfare, War potential. 



AD-416 783 
(TISTB/WA) 



Div. 32, 28 
OTS price $2.50 



Hand Corp., Santa Monica, Calif. 

VALUES OF LARGE GAMES, III: A CORPORATION WITH 

TWO LARGE STOCKHOLDERS, 

by L. S. Shapley. Dec 61, 19p. Memo. RM2650PR 

Contract AF49 638 700 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Group dynamics. Game theory), 
("Game theory. Group dynamics). Mathematical 
models. Industrial relations. Economics. 

This report contains a numerical and graphical 
analysis of a class of games having two major 
players and a continuous infinity of minor 
players. For expository convenience, the games 
are interpreted in terms of the control by stock- 
holders of a large corporation. This note 
provides an illustration of the theory of 
'•oceanic games''. (Author) 



33 „ TRANSPORTATION 



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32 



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RESEARCH REPORTS 



•Descriptors marked writh an asterisk 
are included in the subject index. 



ASTRONOMY 
Astrophysics 

N62- 16683 Repriced OTS $ 1 . 00 

Geophysics Corp. o€ America, Bedford, Mass. 
PLANETARY AETRONOMY II: DETERMINATION OF 
ATMOSPHERIC PARAMETERS BY THE USE OF 
ROCKET-BC»lNE MASS SPECTROMETERS 
R. F. K. Herzog, F. F. Marmo, R. A, Minzner, 
G. O. Sauermann. Jul 62, 4lp refs 
ContraCT NASw-395 
GCA Technical rept. no. 62-a-N; NASA-CR-9 

N62- 16682 Repriced OTS $0. 50 

Geophysics Corp. of America, Bedford, Mass. 
PLANETARY AERONOMY II: NO? IN THE MARTIAN 
ATMOSPHERE, 

P. Warneckand F. F. Marmo. May 62, 2Ip refs 
Contraa NASw-395 
GCA Technical rept. no. 62-5-N; NASA CR-5 



N62- 16684 Repriced OTS $0. 50 ' 

Geophysics Corp. erf America, Bedford, Mass. 
PLANETARY AERONOMY IV: THE DUOPLAS^iATRON 
AS A VACUUM ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT SOURCE 
J. A. R. Samson and H. J. Liebl. Aug 62, 19p refs 
Contract NASw-395 

GCA Technical rept. no. 62-8-N; Contractor rept. 
CR-16 



N62- 16685 Repriced OTS $ 



50 



Geophysics Corp. of America, Bedford. Mass. 
PLANETARY AERONOMY V: VACUUM ULTRAVIOLET 
LIGHT SOURCES 

J. A. R. Samson. Ai^ 62, 57p refs 
Contract NASw-395 



GCA Technical rept. no. 
CR-17 



62 



9-N; Contraaor rept. 



N63- 17311 Repriced OTS $1.50 

Geophysics Corp. of America, Bedford, Mass 
PLANETARY AERONOMY VI: ELECTRON TEM- 
PERATURES IN THE IONOSPHERE 
M. B. McElroy, R. J. Moffett, and A. Dalgarno. 
Nov 62. 62p 26refs 
Contract NASw-395 
GCA-TR-62-ll-N; NASA -CR- 12 



N63-17312 Repriced OTS $1.00 

Geophysics Corp. of America, Bedford, Mass 
PLANETARY AERONOMY VII: THE SOLAR FLUX 
INCIDENT AT THE TOP OF THE ATMOSPHERES 
OF EARTH AND NEIGHBORING PLANETS FOR THE 
SPECTRAL REGION 50 A TO 3000A / 

E D. Schultz and A. C. Holland. Nov 62, ^p 5refs 
Contract NASw-395 
GCA-TR-62-14-N; NASA-CR-II 



N63-17313 Repriced OTS $2. 50 

Geophysics Corp. erf America, Bedford, Mass. 
PLANETARY AERONOMY VIII: A CONGERIES OF 
ABSORPTION CROSS SECTIONS FOR WAVELENCTTHS 
LESS THAN 3000 A, 

E. D. Schultz, A. C. Holland, andF. F. Marmo. 
Nov 62, 103p refs 

Contracts NASw-395 and AF33(657)9199 
GCA Technical rept. no. 62-15-N; NASA-CR-15 



N63-17314 Repriced OTS $1.25 

Geophysics Corp. of America, Bedford, Mass. 
PLANETARY AERONOMY IX: THE DARK SIDE 
AIRGLOW OF VENUS 

Neville Jonathan and George Doherty. Feb 63, 44p 
refs. 

Contract NASw-395 
GCA-TR-63-1-N; NASA-CR-14 



N63- 17317 Repriced OTS $ 1 , 00 

Gec^ysics Corp. of America, Bedford, Mass 
PLANETARY AERONOMY XH: THE ROLE OF 
INTERPLANETARY DEBRIS IN PLANETARY 
ATMOSPHERES: I. SODIUM IN THE EARTH'S 
ATMOSPHERE 

F. F. Marmo and H. K. Brown. Mar 63, 38p 19ref8 
Contract NASw-395 
GCA-TR-63-4-N; NASA-CR-13 



N63-17320 Repriced OHRS $0. 75 

Geophysics Corp. of America, Bedford, Mass. v 
PLANETARY AERONOMY XIV: ULTRAVIOLET \ 
ABSORPTION OF SO2 AND SO ' 

P. Warneck, F. F. Marmo. and]. O. Sullivan. May 63. 
25p 17refs 
Contraa NASw-701 
/ GCA-TR-63-13-N; NASA-CR-10 



S-1 



N63-22512 OTS $2. 60 

Geophysics Corp, of America, Bedford, Mass. 

THEORETICAL ESTIMATES OF THE AVERAGE 

SURFACE TEMPERATURE ON MARS. Technical 
rept. no. 1 

George Ohring, Wen Wang, and Gloria De Santo. 

Apr 62, 27p refs 

Contract NASw-286 

GCA Tech^cal rept. no. 62-3-N: NASA CR-51990 



N63-22710 OTS $0.75 

Goddard Inst, for Space Studies, National Aeronautics 
and Space Administra^on, New York, N. Y. 

MODELS FOR STARS OF VERY LOW MASS 

SWv S. Kumar. Oct 63, 29p refs 

Technical note D-I907 



N63-21733 OTS $1.60 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
THE BEARING CAPACITY OF SIMULATED LUNAR 
SURFACES IN VACUUM 

E. C. Bemett, R. F. Scott, L. D. Jaffe, E. P. Frink, 
and H. E. Martens. 15 Aug 63, I6p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
Technical report no. 32-326; NASA CR-51318 



N63-21643 OTS $6.60 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR UTIUZATION OF LUNAR 
RESOURCES. SEMINAR PROCEEDINGS: A REPORT 
OF THE WORKING GROUP ON EXTRATERRESTRIAL 
RESOURCES, MARCH 8, 1%3. Astronautics informa- 
tion • 

George W. S. Johnson. 28 Jun 63, 70p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
NASA-CR-51008 



N63-22113 OTS $0.50 

Max-Planck-Institut fUr Physik und Astrophysik, 

Munich (West Germany). 
THE PLASMA IN INTERPLANETARY SPACE, 
L. BiermanQ. Oct 63, 20p refs 
Technical note D-1901 



BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 



AD-402 493 GTS $Z 60 

Electronic Systems Div. , Air Force Systems 

Command, Bedford, Mass. 
ACQUISITION OF A PROBABILISTIC DISCRIMINATION 
BETWEEN SUBSEQUENT ALTERNATIVE EVENTS 
Donald B. Cameron. Mar 63, 22p refs 
ESD-TDR-63-134; N63-17634 

DESCRIPTORS: *Decision making, *Learning, 
♦Mathematical prediction. Memory, Transfer of 
training. Probability, Sequences, Radar signals. 



Acquisition of stable predictive decisions and consistent 
discrimination between pairs of alternative stimuli is 
shown to be dependent upon both the frequency of 
occurrence of each member of a pair and the degree 
of similarity between such members. The rate of 
acquisition is determined by the degree of similarity 
with highly similar alternatives requiring the greater 
length of time before stable predictive decisions occur. 
The terminal asymptotic rate of such predictive de- 
cisions is determined by the actual frequency of 
occurrence of alternative members of the discriminated 
set. (Author) 

PB-163 848 OTTS $5.60 

Tennessee U. , Knoxville. 
FACTOR -ANALYTIC REANALYSIS OF STUDIES OF 
JOB SATISFACTION AND MORALE 
Edward E. Curet on and Bryan B. Sargent. Jul 60, 52p 
refs 

Contract AF41(657)247 
WADD-TN-60-I38; AD-248 079 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Attitudes, ♦Faaor analysis, 
Industrial psychology. Aviation personnel, 
Psychometrics . 

This is one of four papers reporting development of 
scales for measuring morale among Air Force p2rson- 
nel. Data from published reports of six previously 
developed scales were reanalyzed and the results com- 
pared with those for the scales developed in this 
project. Factor analyses show nearly all the scales 
with high loadings on the first centroid faaor, indicating 
a large general factor, termed morale or general 
attitude toward the organization. The one consistent 
separate faaor was Supervision. Variation in other 
factors from study to study is attributed in part to 
differences in attitude structuring among the various 
samples of workers, but in larger part to differences 
in the content and organization of the particular scales 
used. The report includes a discussion of special 
problems in faaoring small matrices. (Author) 



I 



S-2 



Human Engineering 



PB-163 809 OTS $3.60 

( 

Illinois U. , Urbana. 
A STUDY OF THE MOVING PART, HEADING PRE- 
SENTATION, AND MAP DETAIL ON PICTORIAL AIR 
NAVIGATION DISPLAYS 
Thomas A. Payne. 26 Nov 52, 33p refs 
Contract N6ori-71 [T. O. 16] 
Human Engineering rept. SPECDEVCEN 71-16-10 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Aircraft equipment, ♦FUght instru- 
ments, ♦Navigational aids, ♦Display systems. Cock- 
pits, Design, Tests, Effectiveness. 

This report Is concerned with the design of a cockpit 
instrum.-nt display that should facilitate the solution of 
problems the pilot would have in navigation. The dis- 
play should be useful in enroute navigation in general 
and in close-in procedures in particular. The display 
is of a "pictorial" nature, providing the pilot with 
continuous information concerning the relationship in 
horizontal space of the aircraft to ground points. 



N63-22136 0TS $1.50 

Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
^ace Administration, Langley Station, Va. 
MEASURED VARIATION IN THE TRANSFER FUNC- 
TION OF A HUMAN PILOT IN SINGLE- AXIS TASKS, 
James J. Adams and Hugh P. Bergeron. Oct 63 58p 
Technical note D- 1952 



Personnel and Training 



PB-163 789 OTS $2.60 



' Naval Medical Research Lab. , New London, Conn. 
SOME CORRELATES OF DISC^ALIFICATION IN 
THE SUBMARINE SERVICE. Vol. 16, no. 13 
Bert T. King. 30 Aug 57, 26p refs 

R^t. no. 291;BuMedProi. Qo. NM230220:AI>217 105 



DESCRIPTORS: •Submarliife personnel, •Aptitude 
tests, *Achievement tests, Personality, Attitudes, 
Personnel management. 



^\l 



The purpose of this study w»8 to investigate potential 
correlates of disqualification in the Submarine Fleet. 
Differences in the questionnaire responses and aptitude 
test scores of a disqualified group and a qualified group 
were examined. The two groups were found to be dif- 
ferentiated by a number of variables. The disqualified 
subjects had a lower incidence of attendance at 
Submarine School, lower final standing in Submarine 
School when they did attend, and lower Navy GCT, 
Arithmetic, and Clerical scores. The data suggest a 
significantly higher incidence of personality malad- 
justment in the disqualified group. The two groiqjs 
also were characterized by different opinions and 
feelings toward the Submarine Service. These results 
do not ^jpear to call for any changes in current 
assessment and selection pirocedures. (Author) 

PB-1^3 782 OTS $4.60 

Naval Personnel Research' Field Activity, San Diego, 

Calif. 
RELATIONSHIPS AMONG APTITUDE, SCHOOL, AND 
SHIPBOARD MEASURES FOR SONARMEN. III. AN 
ANALYSIS WITH REVISED CRITERION MEASURES 
Leonard Swanson. Dec 55, 50p 6refs 
BuPers Technical Bulletin 35-19 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Sonar personnel, •Aptitude tests, 
•Performance tests. Training, Personnel management. 
Education. 

The primary purpose of this study was to validate cur- 
rent selection requirements for sonar school against 
school grades and shipboard performance as measured 
by a shipboard rating scale. A secondary purpose was 
to investigate the relationships between a group of tests, 
experimentally administered at the beginning of sonar 
school training, and school performance. (Author) 



BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

PB-163 813 OTS $4. 60 

Army Medical [Research and] Nutrition Lab. , Denver, 

Colo. 
PHYSIOLOGIC FACTORS IN URINARY CREATININE 
EXCREnON. L DIURNAL AND DAY-TO-DAY VARIA- 
TIONS. IL MET. Ill URINE FLOW RATE. IV. AC- 
TIVITY. V. BODY COMPOSITION. Rept. on Metab- 
olism and Nutrition 
William R. Best. 22 Oct 53, 41p refs 
Rept. no. 118 

DESCRIPTORS: •Excretion, •Creatinine, Urinary sys- 
tem, •Diet, Urine, •Metabolism, Graphic analysis, 
Body 

The object was to determine the efficacy of short term 
urine collections for metabolic studies, to investigate 
the value of creatinine excretion as a function of active 
protoplasmic mass and the creatinine coefficient as an 
index of obesity, and to ascertain the incidental factors 
which may interfere with the accuracy of creatinine de- 
terminations on the urine. 

TID-18457 OTS $5. 60 

Brigham Young U. , Provo, Utah. 
BIOTIC COMMUNITIES OF THE NEVADA TEST 
SITE. Biological series. Volume II, no. 2 
Dorald M. Allred, D. Elden Beck, and Clive D. 
Jorgensen. Feb 63, 59p refs 
Contract AT(1 1 -1)786 



Biochemistry 

BNL-5895 OTS $2. 60 

Brookhaven National Lab. , Upton, N. Y. 
PATHWAYS OF CARBOHYDRATE FORMATION IN 
MAN. lU. ASYMMETRIC LABELING OF BLOOD 
GLUCOSE BY L-LACTATE OR PYRUVATE-2-0R ' 
3-0^4 IN DIABETIC AND NON-DIABETIC SUBJECTS 
Walton W. Shreeve and Roger C. De Meutter. 
27 Feb 62, 29p refs 
Contract AT(30-2)GEN-16 

LA-2923 OTS $0.75 

Los Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Max. 
OLIGONUCLEOTIDES. L ACETYL AND TEIRA- 
HYDROPYRANYL DERIVATIVES OF 3" -URIDYLIC 
ACID 

Donald G. Ott. Mar 63, 34p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-36 

ORNL-3115 OTS $2.50 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
THERMOLUMINESCENCE SPECTRA AND ACTIVA- 
TION ENERGIES FOR AROMATIC AMINO ACIDS, 
TRYPSIN, AND SPORES OF BACILLUS MEGA- 
TERIUM 

C. J. Weinberg, J. G. Carter, D. R. Nelson, and 
R. D. Birkhoff. 1961, I25p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



S-3 



Microbiology 



PB- 163 774 OTS $12.50 

Bactelle Memorial Inst. , Columbus, Ohio. 
CHANGES IN THE PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL 
PRC«»ERTIES OF AEROSOLS DURING TRANSPORT 
THROUGH DUCTS. Summary rept. , 1 Jun 56-31 Dec 57 
W. L. Crider, F. E. Porter, W. L. Margard, R. I. 
Mitchell, and R. E. Thomas. Mar 58, 179p refs 
Contract DA18-0^-404-cnU-122 
AD-237 736 

DESCRIPTORS: Aerosols, *Bacterial aerosols. 
Physical properties. Ducts, Transport prc^erties. 
Particle size, Grajiric analysis, Statistical data. 
Biological warfare agents. 

Aerosol- transport studies were made to obtain an 
understanding of both the physical and biological 
behavior of aerosols during transport through a 9- inch- 
square duct at various velocities. The physical be- 
havior of an aerosol was first studied dieoretlcally 
assuming either gravitational settling or turbulent 
diffusion. Experimental studied were then conducted 
in a 9- inch- square duct 45 feet long at transport 
velocities of 8. 8, 88, 440, and 880 ft/min with dibutyl 
phthalate aerosols composed of particles ranging in 
size from 1 to 25 microns in diameter and tagged with 
1% Rhodamine B dye. Results of the theoretical and of 
die experimental studies were correlated, and were 
found to be in good agreement. (Author) 



PB-163 845 OTS $1.60 

Battelle Memorial Inst. , Columbus, OHa 
DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR 
MEASURING THE FLOW RATE OF STAl^ARD 
ALL-GLASS IMPINGERS. Summary rept. , 
I Jun 56-28 Feb 58 

S. Chapman and J. M. Pilcher. Nov 58, 20p 
Contract DA18-l64-404-cml-122 
AD-237 733 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Impingers, •Bacterial aerosols, 
♦Biological warfare agents, •Flowmeters, Glass, 
Fluid flow.- 

An all glass impinger (AGI) flowmetering and recording 
instrument for which the basic element is a two- 
thermopile-type flowmeter was developed and was 
demonstrated to function satisfactorily. The ther- 
mopile flowmeter exhibitea a maximum variation in 
reproducibility of AGI flow-rate measurements of 
3. 2 per cent. Recent evidence indicates that the 
maximum variation in AGI flow rate can be reduced 
to 2 per cent. (See also PB-163 84Q 

PB-163 775 OTS $9.10 

Battelle Memorial Inst. , Columbus, Ohio. 
DYNAMIC DILUTION OF AEROSOLS BY MIXING 
WITH CLEAN AIR Summary rept. 
H. G. Norseth and R. I. Mitchell. Aug 5S, 104p refs 
Contract bA18-064-404-cml-122 
AD-237 734 

DESCRIPTORS: Aerosols, *Bacterial aerosols, Air, 
Mixtures,, Sampling, Biological warfare agent^. 



Aerosols and clean air were mixed in several ratios of 
dilution while in transit at 8. 8, 88, 440 and 880 ft/min 
in a duct whose cross section was a 9- in. square. 
Samples of the diluted aerosol were taken from die 
duct to determine the extent of mixing of the concen- 
trated aerosols with clean air, and to study wall loss 
and agglomeration of the aerosols during mixing. The 
dilution ratios available with die large dilution duct 
alone ranged from U to 250 at 8. 8 ft/min; 0. 2 to 180 
at 88 ft/min; 3. 1 to 2360 at 440 ft/min; and 8.0 to 
1840 at 880 ft/min. The concentration profiles showed 
that unifonn mixing is attained within die duct for all 
flow rates before the aerosols have traveled 56 in. 
from their point of inlet. Studies regarding aerosol 
distributicai before and after niixing were limited to 
particles 12/^ in diameter and smaller, a high per- 
centage of which were transported beyond the mixing 
stage. (Author) (See also PB 163 774) 



PB-163 846 OTS $2.60 

Battelle Memorial Inst. , Columbus, Ohio. 
EFFECT OF LOW TEMPERATURE ON THE 
PARTICLE -SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND SURVIVAL OF 
MICROORGANISMS IN BIOLOGICAL AEROSOLS. 
Summary rept. , 15 Dec 57-15 Mar 58 
W. L. Crider, R. E, Thomas, F, E. Porter, 
W. L. Margard, andB. M. Hoffman. Sep 58, 23p 
Contraa DAI 8-064 -404-cml- 122 
AD-237 735 

DESCRIPTORS: •Bacterial aerosols, •Microorganisms, 
Temperature, Particle size. Freezing, Distribution, 
Transport properties. Survival, •Biological warfare 
agents. 

The effeas of subfreezing tempaxature on the particle- 
size distribution and on the survival of microorganisms 
were experimentally investigated by two methods. In 
the first method, the effect of low temperature on the 
transport efficiency of Serratia marcescens (Sm) and 
Bacillus globigii (Bg) aerosols in a 30-ft duct was 
studied. In the second experimental method, aerosols 
containing Bg and Sm were sampled at 15 and 750F in 
the generation chamber near the point at aerosolization. 
The distribution of Sm was not affected by tempera- 
tures in the range 15 to 75°F; however, the mean size 
for the distribution of Bg decreased significantly from 
3.46 to 1.95 microns as the temperature was decreased 
from 75 to ISOp. (See also PB-163 842) 



PB-163 842 GTS $2.60 

Battelle Memorial Inst. , Columbus, Ohio. 
EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE, PRESSURE, AND 
HUMIDrTY CM FLOW RATE OF THE STANDARD 
ALL-GLASS IMPINGER. Summary rept. 
S. Chapman and R. I. MitcheU. Dec 58, 30p 
Contract DA18-064-404-cml-122 
AD-237 737 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Impingers, •Bacterial aerosols, 
•Biological warfare agents, Temperature, Pressure, 
Humidity, FMd flow. Glass, Nomographs. 

A theoretical analysis of the effects o€ temperature, 
humidity, and pressure on flow rate shows that the all 
glass impinger (AGI) volume flow rate is the product 
of a constant term, which expreaseB the geometry o€ 
the AGI, and a variable "flow factor", which combines 
_ . the temperature, humidity, and pressure effects. 



Hence, the volume flow rate for an individual AGI can 
be predicted for any temperature, pressure, and 
humidity provided one measurement of flow rate is 
obtained at a known temperature, pressure, and 
humidity. Experimental AGI flow-rate measurements 
at selected temperatures, humidities, and pressures 
are presented, and the corresponding flow factors 
are calculated. (See also PB-163 84^ 



N63-21997 OTS $1.60 



UT Research Inst. , Chicago, lU. 
UFE IN EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS. 
Quarterly status rept. , 15 Feb- 15 May 63 
Charles A. Hagen. [1963] 15p refs 
Contract NASr-22 
Rept. no. ARF -3194-9; NASA CR-50883 



Pathology 



PB-163 844 OTS $3. 60 



Institute of Contemporary Russian Studies, New York. 
CMSERVATIONS ON THE PRESENT STATE OF 
PLAGUE AND PLAGUE COKTROL IN THE SOVIET 
UNION (ACOORMNG TO DATA AVAILABLE TO 
31 OCTOBER 1960). Rept. no. 2 
Robert Pollitzer. Jan 61, 32p refs j 

Contract DA18-108-405-cml-867 
AD-254 015 

DESCRIPTORS: •Plague, •Infections, Communicable 
diseases, USSR, •Preventive msdicine, Therapy, 
Antibiotics, Chemotherapeudc agents. Serum, Vac- 
cines, Sulfonamides, Immunology 

Plague treatment. (See also PB-163 843) 



PB-163 843 OTS $1.60' 



Institute of Conten^xjrary Russian Studies, New York. 
OBSERVATIONS ON THE PRESENT STATE OF 
PLAGUE CONTROL IN TOE SOVIET UNION 
(ACCORDING TO DATA AVAILABLE TO 
31 OCTOBER 1960). Rept. no. 1 
Robert Pollitzer. Dec 60, 18p refs | 

Contract DA18-108-405-cmlrB67 I 

AD-254 014 



DESCRIPTORS: •Plague, •Infections, Communicable 
diseases, USSR, •Disease vectors, *Epidemiology, 
Control, Insects, Rodents, Man, Zoonoses. 

Geographical distribution of plague. 



Radiobiology 



TID-3912 OTS $6.00 



/ 



CaMfomia U. , Los Angeles. 
EFFECTS OF RADIATION ON THE MAMMALIAN 
EYE. A literature survey. Final rept. 
Hillel Don Lazarus and Blaine H. LevedahL Nov 62, 
514p 
Contract AT(11 -1)34 



NAS-NRC-1134 

Order from NAS-NRC $1.00 

Committee on Pathologic Effects of Atomic RacCadon, 
National Research Council, Washington, D. C. 

THE TREATTiiENT OF RATHATION INJURY 

1963, 26p refs 

DESCRIPTORS: •Radiation injuries, Ther^jy, 
♦Radiation sickness, *Radic^rotective agents, 
Decontamination. 

Contents: 

Acute radiation syndrome 

Assessment of injury 

Treatment of the acute radiation syndrome 

Chemical protective agents 

Decontamination 

General references 



TID-186S7 OTS $0.50 

Fish and Wildlife Service, Seattle, Wash. 
EFFECTS OF IONIZING RADIATION C»l LIPIDS 
OF FISH, Final summary rept. Oct 61 -Sep 62 
Virginia F. Stout. Apr 63, 2Dp refs 
Contract AT(49-11)2058 



CHEMISTRY 



PB-163 847 OTS $1.60 

Gallery Chemical Co. , Pa. 
REACTIONS OF PENTABORANES WITH SODIUM 
AMALGAM OR SODIUM HYDRIDE 
M. D. Ford, W. V. Hou^, and L. J. Edwards. 
Apr 57, lip refs 
[Contract NOa8-52-1024-cI 
Rept. no. CCC-1024-TR-235; AD- 138 095 

DESCRIPTORS: •Boron compounds, *Pentaboranes, 
•Sodium alloys, •Mercury alloys. •Sodium compounds, 
•Hydrides, Chemical reactions. 

Neither sodium amalgam nor sodium hydride reacted 
with peniaborane (9) in ethyl ether at room temperat\ire 
The complex reaction of sodium amalgam with pen- 
taborane (II) in ethyl ether at room temperature v/as 
incompletely defined, although formatioo of some 
NaB3Hg-was verified. Pentaborane (H) decomposed In 

the ether more rapidly than it reacted with the sodium. 
(Author) 



UCRL-6945-T OTS $1.10 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , U. of California, 

Livermore. 
THE HEAT OF SOLUTION OP HYMIOGEN 
CHLORIDE 

Stuart R. Gunn and LeRoy G. Green. 5 Jun 62, 4p 
refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 



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ORNL-3391 OTS $1.50 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
MIXTURES OF METALS WITH MOLTEN SALTS 
M. A. Bredig. 1963, 58p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 

ORNL-TM-568 OTS $1. 10 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 

REMOVAL OF MERCURY FROM WASTTE SOLUTIONS 

PRIOJ^ TO CALCINATION OR FIXATION 

W. E. Clark, J. F. Easterly, and H. W. Godbee 

24 Apr 63, 7p refs 

Contract W7405-eng-26 



Physical Chemistry 



ORNL-3461 OTS $1.75 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
AN ANNOTATED BIBUOGRAPHY ON THE EFFECTS 
OF RADIATION ON HETEROGENEOUSLY CATA- 
LYZED REACTIONS AND ON CHEMISORPTION 
N. A. Krohn. 1963, 68p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



AD-283 653 OTS. $3. 60 

Tracor, Inc., Austin, Tex. 
STUDY OF THE OXYGEN ELECTRODE MECHA- 
NISM. Semiannual rept. no. 1, 10 Jan-10 Jul 62 
G. M. Schnud. [1962] 37p refs 
Contract DA 36 -039 -sc -89159; ARPA Order no. 247-61 

DESCRIPTORS: *Fuel cells, *Oxygen electrodes, 
•Mass transfer, Dynamics, Electrolytes, *Sulfuric 
acid, *Platinum electrodes, Vacuum systems. Control 
systems, •Switching circuits, *Pulse generators, 
• Electrochemi st ry 

The limiting current density for oxygen reduction on Pt 
n unstirred IM H2SO4, air saturated, was found to be 
U.4 ^/apparent cm2. An electronic system is de- 
cribed allowing potentiostatic control of the electrode 
md differential capacity measurements by a fast single 
narrent piilse technique. Capacity potential curves are 
aven for Pt in air saturated IM H2SO4 between O and 

♦"1.4 V V8 SCE. Agreement with the literature is found 
.0 be good. (Author) 



DESCRIPTORS: •Marine meteorology, •Heat transfer. 
Oceans, Pacific Ocean, Atmosphere, Solar radiation, 
Temperature, Nomographs, •Oceanology, Thermal 
radiation, Diurnal variations. 

For solving several oceaoographic and meteorological 
problems, it is necessary to compute the conponents 
of heat budget for given areas for 2 4- hour periods. 
It is anticipated that a detailed study of heat exchange 
between the sea and the atmosphere may explain in 
detail the mechanism which effects atmospheric motion 
over the oceans and may provide information for 
inr^rovemeni of long range forecasts. This report 
(Part I) contains notes on the importance and use of 
computations of total heat budget of the sea and its 
components; the heat budget of the sea ig presented 
and the formulas for computation of the components of 
tills budget are given. Nomographs are constructed on 
the basis of these formulas and are appended to this 
rqx)rt. Notes about their use are given in the text. 
(Author) 

AD-410 139 OTS $2.60 

Hawaii Inst. , of Geophysics, Honolulu. 
ENERGY EXCHANGE IN THE NORTH PAaFIC: ITS 
RELATIONS TO WEATHER AND ITS OCEANOGRAPHIC 
CONSEQUENCES. PART H: PROCEDURE OF COMPUr 
TATION OF HEAT EXCHANGE COMPONENTS AND 
TOE ACCURACY OF TOE DAILY COMPUTATIONS. 
Interim rept. no. 2 
T. Laevastu. Mar 63, 26p refs 
Grant NSF-GP-353 
R^t. no. 30 

DESCRIPTORS: •Marine meteorology, •Heat transfer. 
Meteorological data. Oceans, Pacific Ocean Atmos- 
phere, Solar radiation. Temperature, Thermal 
radiation, Diurnal variations. 

TTie meteorological data obtained from weather observing 
and reporting ships from the basis for the neat exchiinge 
computations over the sea area. The availability and 
accuracy of these data are briefly discussed, the 
plotting and averaging procedures of meteorological 
data are described, and the procedure of the conyju- 
tation of heat exchange components is outlined. In 
addition, the diurnal and day to day changes of mete- 
orological elements are briefly considered. It is found 
that although the computed values of heat exchange 
^ components do not represent the exact heat exchange 
in a given day and place, but however, are repre- 
sentative of the possible patterns of heat exchange. 
(See also AD-410 138) 



EARTH SCIENCES 

AD-410 138 OTS $4.60 

Hawaii Inst, of Gecphysics, Honolulu. 
ENERGY EXCHANGE IN THE NORTH PAaFIC: ITS 
RELATIONS TO WEATHER AND ITS OCEANO- 
GRAPHIC CONSEQUENCES. PART I: FORMULAS AND 
NOMOGRAPHS FOR COMPUTATION OF HEAT EX- 
CHANCE COMPONENTS OVER TOE SEA. Interim 
r^t. no. 1 

T. Laevastu. Feb 63, 41p refs 
Grant NSF-GP-353 
Rept. no. 29 

S- 



PB- 163 810 OTS $14.50 

Pacific Missile Range, Point Mugu, Calif. 
HANDBOOK OF SELECTED PACIFIC ISLANDS 
Edwin Doran, Jr. , comp. 20 Dec 59, 220p 
Miscellaneous pub. no. PMR-MP-59-30 

DESCRIPTORS: *Handbooks, *Pacific Islands, •Geo- 
graphy, •Military facilities, •Guided missile ranges. 
Terrain, Hydrology, Climate. 



PB-163 811 OTS $4.60 



Pacific Missile Range, Point Mugu, Calif. 
JOHNSTON ISLAND GEOGRAPHY AND FACIUTIES 
N. Fast. 20 Apr 60, 43p refs 
Technical memo. no. PMR-TM-60-7 

DESCRIPTORS: •Pacific Islands, •Geography, •Mili- 
tary facilities, Terrain, Hydrology, Climate, History, 
Population, •Guided missile ranges \ 



N63-21624 OTS $2.60 



Rand Corp. , Santa Monica, Calif. 
AN EXTENSION OF THE CHAFMAN-FERRAR^^ 
THEORY OF GEC»4AGNFriC STORMS 
J. W. Kern and E. H. Vestine. Sep 63, 27p refs 
Contract NASr-21(05) 
Memo no. RM-3839-NASA; NASA CR-51107 



Climatology and Meteorology 



PB-163 818 OTS $8.60 



California U. , Los Angeles. 
OBSERVATIONS OF THE THERMAL CTRUCTURE OF 
CONVECTION 

James G. Edinger and Leonard O. Myrup. Nov 62, 99p 
refs 
Contract CWB- 10087 



DESCRIFTCmS: •Convection, Atmospheric motion, 
•Atmospheric temperature, "Temperature 
inversion, Atmospheric sounding. Aircraft, Deserts, 
California, Meteorology, Marine meteorology. 



AD-402 142 OTS $8. 10 



Hawaii Inst, of Geophysics, jlonolulu. 
SOME ASPECTS OF THE METEOROLOGY OF THE 
TROPICAL PAaFIC VIEWED FROM AN ATOLU 
Scientific rept. no. 5 
Ronald L. Lavoie. Jan 63, 84p refs 
Contract AF19(604)7229 
Rept. no. 27; AFCRL -63-235; N63-15178 



DESCRIPTORS: "Marine meteorology, •Tropical re- 
gions, •Pacific Ocean, Meteorological parameters. 
Barometric pressure. Wind, Cloud cover, Rainfall, 
Temperature, Humidity, Diurnal variations. 
Meteorology 



A detailed climatological study of surface and upper - 
air data from Eniwetok Atoll was carried out in order 
to throw li^t upon various tropical oceanic problems 
including island influence, diurnal variations, and the 
nature of synoptic disturbances. Among results of the 
analysis are: (1) the atoll influence upon cloud or pre- 
cipitation over the atoll itself ia harcUy detectable and 
probably insignificant; (2) the diurmd variation of the 
surface wind is almost exclusively the result of world- 
wide, atmos{^ric tidal motions, except for a possible 
speed increase of less than 0. 1 kt near mid-day; (3) 
low cloudiness shows a diurnal variation whose range is 
less than 4% of total sky with maximum cover at 0700 
local time; (4) precipitation occurrence shows a dis- 



tinct early morning maximum; (5) in synaptic disturb- 
ances affecting the region, equatorward flow gives rise 
to a alight tendency for better than normal weather 
while poleward flow is associated with markedly wetter 
weather; (6) disturbances which make tfiemselves felt 
primarily in the wind speed field appear to contribute 
significantly to bad weather periods at Eniwetok. The 
problem of diurnal rainfall variation is elaborated by 
inclusion of data from a weather ship and several other 
atoll stations. (See also AD- 288 139) 

PB-163 801 OTS $1. 60 

Marine Lab. , U. of Miami, Coral Gables, Fla. 
AN ECHO-HEIGHT STUDY OF CERTAIN MESO- 
SCALE WAVES IN, THE EASTERLIES 
Harold P. Gerrish. [1963] 8p 5ref8 
Contract DA36-039-8C-89111 
Rept. no. ML 63494 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Seabreeze, •A tmodpheric motion. 
Wind, •Radar echo areas, * Meteorological radar. 
Meteorology 

The heights of convective precipitation echoes associ- 
ated with certain mesoscale waves in the easterlies are 
studied using RHI radarscope data. Several stages of 
echo development are examined. Results df this pre- 
liminary study indicate a strong preference for the 
tfiller echoes to be oriented along and immediately to 
the rear of the wave axis for waves moving slower than 
a rather uniform basic current. This is analogous to 
the classical model of clouds for synoptic -scale waves 
in the easterlies and is in agreement with the theorem 
on conservation of potential vorticity. Suggestion is 
made that echo-hei^t maps may be helpful in locating 
mesoscale waves in the easterlies of various wave- 
lengths which could not be analyzed from conventional 
synoptic data. (Author) 

PB-163 802 OTS $1.10 

Marine Lab. , U. of Miami, Coral Gables, Fla. 
MAJOR RADAR PARAMETERS FOR AIRBC«NE 
WEATHER RECONNAISSANCE ^ 

H. V. SennandH. W. Hiser. [1963] 8p r^fs 
Contract Cwb- 10507 
Rept. no. ML-63442 

DESCRIPTORS: Airborne, •Meteorological radar, 
•Weather forecasting, Design, Effealveness. 

■Considering the Limitations of size, weight, and power 
requirements for radar equipment used in aircraft, the 
important radar characteristics are examined on a 
theoretical basis. Based upon this study, an attempt is 
made to determine optimum parameters for airborne 
weather reconnaissance radars for several different 
aircraft configurations and flight conditions. Particular 
attention has been devoted to radar equipment suitable 
for obtaining radar meteorological data for research 
purposes. (Author) 



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Physics of the Atmosphere 

N63-22016 OTS $11.50 

Geophysics Corp. of America, Bedford, Mass. 
ELECTRON DEh4SrrY IN THE IC»JCSPHERE. Final 
technical repc 
L. a Smith. Jul 63, 155p 
Contract NASw-98 
Technical nope no. 63-23-N; NASA CR-51507 



AD-279 568 OTS $1.60 

Max-Planck-Institut fUr Chemie, Mainz (West 

Germany). 
TRITIUM DETERMINATIONS IN ATMOSPHERIC 
GASES AND METEORITES. Summary rept. no. 1, 
1 Nov 60-31 Ott 61 
F. Begemann. [I96l] I3p refs 
Contract AF6 1(052)465 
AFCRL -62-295; N62-10715 

DESCRIPTORS: •Tritium. ♦Atmosphere, Gases, 
♦Meteorites, Hydrogen, Methanes, Measurement, Gas 
analysis. Geochemistry. 



AD-295 605 OTS $2.60 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa (Canada). 
RATE MEASUREMENTS OF GAS-PHASE REACTIONS 
OF ATOMIC OXYGEN WITH HYDROCARBONS 
L. Elia&Nov 62 30p refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR-360; N. R.C. no. 7135 

DESCRIPTORS: njpper atmosphere. Chemical 
reactions. Gases, ♦Oxygen, •Hydrocarbons, ♦Ethyl- 
enes, ♦Butenes, Reaction kinetics. Heat of activation. 

The rate constants, activation energies and pre- 
exponential factors for the primary reactions of 
atomic oxygen with ethylene, butene-1, iso-butene 
and cis-butene-2 have been determined. The measure- 
ments were carried out over a temperature range 
of -50OC to 390OC in a fast- flow system in which O- 
atoms were produced by electrical discharge. Possible 
sources of error such as the presence of O2 and the 
effect of surface reactions are shown to be unimportant. 
The results show a systematic deviation from those of 
other workers who used a photolysis technique to 
obtain relative rate data. The possibility of secondary 
attack on the olefins is discussed and considered an 
unlikely cause for the observed discrepancies. (Author) 



ENGINEERING 



ANL-6710 OTS $2.00 

Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
TRANSIENT BEHA\qOR OF A NATURAL-aRCU- 
LATION LOOP C«'ERATING NEAR THE THERMO- 
DYNAMIC CRITICAL POINT 

Darrel G. Harden (Oklahoma State U.) May 63, 95prefs 
Contract W3l-109-eng-38 

Prepared in cooperation with Associated Midwest 
Universities 



ANL-6755 OTS $1.75 

Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
TWO-COMPONENT TWO-PHASE FLOW PARAM- 
ETERS FOR LOW CIRCULATION RATES 
Georges E. Smissaert. Jul 63, 68p refs 
Contract W3l-109-eng-38 

Prepared in cooperation with Associated Midwest 
Universities 



NAS-NRC-1098 

Order from NAS-NRC $4.00 

Building Research Advisory Board, National 

Research Council, Washington, D. C. 
COLD-STORAGE FACILITIES: A GUIDE TO DESIGN 
AND CCWCTRUCTION. 1963, 62p refs 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Refrigeration systems, ♦Storage, 
Structures, Design, Construction, Handboc*s. 

A list is given of recommended guides to good practice 
in design, construction, operation, and maintenance of 
cold-storage facilities, along with a brief summation at 
needed research. The second part, supplementary 
information, is, for convenience, keyed to the pre- 
ceding part and contains elaborations and explanations 
at particularly pertinent points. (Author) 



N63-2U79 OTS $19.75 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT AND PROCESSES ADAPT- 
ABLE TO LUNAR AND PLANETARY EXPLORATION. 
Astrcmautics information 
Dorothy I. Sweitzer. May 63, 340p 2705ref8 
Contract NAS7-100 
Uterature search no. 464; NASA CR-50966 



PB-181 555 OTS $7.00 

Joint Military Packaging Training Center, Rossford 

Ordnance Depot, Toledo, Ohio. 
COURSE OUTLINE FOR 400-K-F5 (I) PRESERVATION 
AND INTERMEDIATE PROTECTION 
Jul 63. -535? 30Or6fs 

Supersedes course outlines dated Jan 60, and PB 181 085, 
Jul 62. PB 162 702 

DESCRIPTORS: Specifications, ♦Cleaning, ♦Preserva- 
tion, ♦Protective coverings, ♦Containers, Costs, 
Textbooks. 

Contents: 

Introduction to preservation and intermediate protection 

General departmental packaging policies 

Packaging specifications 

Cleaning 

Preservatives and their application 

Methods of preservation 

Packaging requirements code 

Packaging cost 



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PB-181 556 OTS $6.00 



Joint Military Packaging Training Center, Rossford 

Ordnance Depot, Toledo, CMilo. 
COURSE OUTLINE FOR 400-K-F5 (H) PACKING AND 
CARLOADING. 11 

Jul 63, 486p,refs I! 

Si?)ersedes course outlines dated Jan 60, PB 181 086, 
and PB 162 703 Jul 62 



DESCRIPTORS: ^jectfications, ♦Containers, Materials, 
Design, ♦Cargo, ♦Loading, Costs, Textbooks, 
•Packing materials. 



Contents: 

Introduction to packing and cafloading 

General departmental packing policies 

Nailed wood boxes 

Fiber board boxes 

Triple wall fiberboard boxes 

Cleated panel boxes 

Wirebound wood boxes 

Waterproof barrier materials 

Crates 

Introduction 

Materials, conrqxments and assembly 

^)ecification requirements (MIL-C-104) 

C^n crates slotted angle crat$, 

Special purpose containers 

Blocking bracing and cushlonin \ 

Marking 

Packing inspection 

Frei^t regulations 

Air freight 

Packing cost 

Carloading 

Closed cars and trucks 
Open cars 

(See also PB 181 555) 

UCRL-6889 OTS $8.60 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , U.' of CaUfomia, 

Liver more. 
FRACTURE SYSTEMS INDUCED IN A DECOUPLED 
SHOT CAVITY 

D. D. Young, Jr. 8 Jun 62, 81p refs 
Contraa W7405-eng-48 

AD-400 941 OTS $4.60 

National Research Council at Canada. Div. of 

Mechanical Engineering, Ottawa. 
ON OPTIMUM RELAY CONTROLS I 

I. H. Mufti. Jan 63, 44p refs 
Mechanical Engineering rept. MK-10;N.R.C. no. 7281 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Optimallzation, Automatic. ♦Control 
theory. Control systems. Relays, Differential 
equations, Mathematical analysis. 

The problem of optimum control under various per- 
formance criteria for systems which are described by 
second-order differential equations is discussed. The 
maximum principle of Pontriagln is explained and 
applied to the solutions of theae equations. (Author) 



FB-163 834 OTS $4.60 

Naval Civil Engineering Lab. , Port Hueneme, Calif. 
LTMBRELLA PILE-ANCHORS. Final rept. 
J. Eugene Smith. 20 May 63, 4^ 
Technical rept. R 247 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Anchors (Structural), Anchors 
(Marine), ♦Mooring, Design, Tests, Harbors, Ocean 
bottom. 

Two umbrella pile-anchor designs were developed for 
use in moorings and dolphins. One design weighs about 
1400 pounds and requires a casing for placement; the 
other weighs about 2200 pounds and is driven directly 
into the ground in a locked position, then opened. Tests 
indicated that both designs are operational in homo- 
geneous soils free of boulders and other large obstruc- 
tions. Both have bearing cafjacities and resistance-to- 
upljft capacities ia excess of 300 kips in sand bottoms. 
Each design offers advantages for use in specific 
situations depending on such factors as fabrication 
costs, soil characteristics and depth of water at the 
driving site, and equipment available for placement. 
(Author) 



TID- 18346 OTS $3.60 

Sandla Corp. , Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
IMPLICATIONS OF EXPERIMENTAL DATA ON THE 
SCALING OF CRATER DIMENSIONS 
L. J. Vortman. 11 Apr 63, 40p refs 
Contract AT(29-1)789 • 

SCDC-3131 

N63-22577 OTS $3. 60 

TAPCO Div. , Thompson Ramo Wooldridge, Inc. , 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
SUNFLOWER CONVERSION SYSTEM. Quarterly rept. 
no. 12, 1 Mar-1 Jun 63 \. ' 

Jay W. Picking, Jr. 18 Jul 63, 34p -^ > 

Contract NAS5-462 "5 

ER-5386; NASA CR-51799 

» \ 

'^Aeronouticol Engineering 



AD- 299 831 OTS $3.60 

Institute of Aerophysics, U. of Toronto (^^ada). 
DEVELOPMENT OF -A PROPULSION SYSTEM FOR 
POWERING A SELF-PROPELLED GETOL MODEL 
AIRCRAFT 

R. C. Radford Jec 62,-|Dp refs 
Contract AF 53(657)8451 
UTIA Technical note no. 64; N63- 14354 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Short take-off planes. TXictedfans, 
^Airplane models, Airplane engines, ♦Propulsion, 
' Model tests, Instrumentation, Ground effect, ♦Ground 

effect machines. 

An estimate of the propulsion system requiremsnts foi 
the second UTIA GETOL model was dstermined from 
the data and theory contained in ths available literature 
on ground effect pheno.-nena. A dynanwmeter was de- 
siKoad and built to determine the torque - speed char- 



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acteristics of model aircraft engines. Three engines 
were tested to find one that had the power required. 
A ducted-fan and straightener system which vould util- 
lize this power output was designed and buili. It was 
installed in a cylindrical duct for testing. The pres- 
sure rise, po'Aier required and efficiency as functions 
of volume flow at constant r. p. m. were determined for 
the fan and straij^tener combinatiCHi. (Author) 



N63- 13888 OTS $1.00 

Lewis Research Center, National Aeronautics and 

Space Administration, Cleveland, Ohio. 
PERFORMANCE OF A MACH NUMBER OF 3.0 
DESIGN AXISYMMETRIC DOUBLE-CONE EXTERNAL- 
COMPRESSION INLET IN MACH NUMBER RANGE 
2. 07 TO 1.48, 

John L. Allen and Glenn A. Mitchell. Jan 59, declassi- 
fied 8 Feb 63. 38p refs 
Memo no. 12-22-58E 

AD-276 861 OTS $3.60 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Xktawa 

(Canada). 
THE CALIBRATION OF THE CANADIAN 100,000- 
POUND STANDARD OF FORCE 
J. Carlton and E. Green. Mar 62, 3lp refs 
Aeronautical rept. no. LR-339; N.R.C. no. 6805; 
N62-13571 

DESCRIPTORS: •Balances, 'Standards, •Calibration, 
Measurement, Machines, Laboratory equipment, 
Instrumentation. Gravity, Cast iron. Magnetic effeas, 
Canada, *Aeronautical laboratories 

A deadweight machine having a capacity range of 4000 to 
100, 000 pounds has been installed in the structures 
laboratory. The machine is described with particular 
reference to the methods used for the calibration of the 
weights and to a specially constructed equl-arm balance 
of 2000-pound capacity. (Author) 



AD-289'382 OTS $8.60 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa (Canada). 
DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL- CONTROLLED 
V/STOL AIRBORNE SMULATOR 
D. Daw and D. M. McGregor. Aug 62, 99p refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR-352; N.R.C. no. 7041 

DESCRIPTORS: •Vertical take-off planes, *Short 
take-off planes, •Helicopters, Airborne, Stability, 
•Automatic pilots. Control systems, Flight testing. 
Pneumatic systems. Functions, Theory, Analog 
con^juters. Servo systems, •Flight simulators. 
Simulation. 

To establish valid handling quality requirements for 
VTOL and STOL aircraft a need exists for a simu- 
lator which adequately reproduces the dynamic re- 
sponses and environment of the vehicle under consider- 
ation. To this end a variable stability helicopter has 
been constructed in such a way that it is possible to 
vary many of the stability and control parameters 
requiring investigation by making suitable adjustments 
to electrical analogue models inserted between the 



pilot's controls and an autopilot system. This report 
describes the installation and tests of the autopilot, 
the analogue computer, and other equipment installed 
in an H-13G helicopter to achieve this variable sta- 
bility featxure. Flight test data are reported and com- 
pared with the predicted response of the autcqjllot- 
helicopter combination. Good agreement was found 
between the two with the actual performance erf the 
simulator somewhat greater than that predicted. 
(Author) 



AD-286 197 OTS $5. 60 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa (Canada). 
FLOW VISUALIZATION PHOTOGRAPHS OF A WING- 
SUBMERGED LIFTING FAN MODEL 
R. L. Wardlaw and N. V. McEachem. Jul 62, 56p refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR-351; N. lUC. no. 7013 

DESCRIPTORS: •Vertical take-off planes. Wings, 
♦Ducted fans. Model tests, 'Rotor blades (Turbo- 
machinery), Aerodynamic characteristics. Lift, Drag, 
Pitch (Motion), Photographic analysis. 

A selection of photographs of the flow around a wing- 
submerged fan model in the N. A, E. 10-in. x 13-in. 
water tunnel is presented. The effects of changes in 
advance ratio and angle of attack are Illustrated. Some 
photographs of the model in ground effect are included. 
(Author) 



AD-403 388 OTS $2. 60 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa (Canada). 
THE N.A,E. PROCEDURE FOR THE ANALYSIS OF 
AIRCRAFT V-G-H RECORDS 
R. T. Sewell. Mar 63, 28p refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR-374; N. R, C. no. 7358 

DESCRIPTORS: *Gust loads. Measurement, Statistical 
analysis, *Records, Analysis, 'Data processing 
systems, *Vertical-gust recorders. 

This report describes the procedure currently in use at 
the National Aeronautical Establishment in the evalua- 
tion and analysis of aircraft V-G-H records. Data 
reduction is performed on a high-speed digital com- 
puter. Electronic sorting techniques are used in the 
final printing and classification of the output data. 
(Author) 



AD- 284 879 OTS $4.69 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa 

(Canada). 
TAPERED BEAMS ON AN ELASTIC FOUNDATION 
AND RELATED PROBLEMS: A STUDY OF ENGINEER- 
ING. METHODS OF ANALYSIS, PART I 
E. Koskoand P. M. Huculak. Jun 62, 42p refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR-344; N.R.C. no. 6916 

DESCRIPTORS: •Structural properties, •Beams 
(Structural), •Elasticity, Stresses, Foundations 
(Structures), Differential equations. Mathematical 
analysis, •Deformation. 



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The analysis of a beam with variable stiffness on an 
elastic foundation amounts to the solution of an ordinary 
linear differential equation of the fourth order with 
variable coefficieris. The infestigarton is concerned 
with finding what methods cf fiumerical analysis can be 
recommended for routine application in design or stresfr 
engineering. Several methoas are described. From a 
number of sample computations on a desk calculator, 
it is concluded that none of the methods which were 
tried is entirely satisfaaory. (Author) 



AD-401 895 OTS $3. 60 



National Research Council of Canada. Div. of 

Mechanical Engineering, Ottawa. 
THE DEVELOPMENT OF RIG AND INCTRUMENTA- 
TION FOR TESTING 12-IN. DIA. MODEL VTOL 
DUCTED FANS 
H. S. Fowler. Jan 62, 34p 

Aeronautical rept. LR-366; N. R.C no. 7262 

i 

DESCRIPTORS: •Vertical take-off planes. Wings, 
•Ducted fans. Model tests, *Rotor blades (Turbo- 
machinery), Manufacturing methods. Instrumentation, 
Test equipment. 



In order to obtain design data for highly loaded ducted 
fans suitable for installation buried flat in the wing of 
a VTOL aircraft, it was decided to carry out a pro- 
gramme of experiments on 12-in. O/D model fans. 
These were to be tested at true Mach number, and disc 

loadings of the order of 500 Ih. /fti^ were to be sought, 
requiring a rotational speed of about 15, OCX) r. p. m. 
A test rig capable of driving these fans was built, and 
instrumentation to measure their performance de- 
veloped for use with it. Most of the running carried 
out was without any forward-speed effect across the 
fan inlet, but a later version of the rig was capable of 
simulating forward speeds up to 250 ft. /sec. The rig 
and instrumentation are described, and the method of 
manufacturing fan blades is also outlined. (Author) 



AD- 285 054 OTS $2.60 



National Research Council of Canada. Div. of 

Mechanical Engineering, Ottawa. 
ON THE ADHESION OF ICE TO VARIOUS MATE- 
RIALS. 

J. R. Stallabrass and R. D. Price. Jul 62, 23p refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR-350; N.R.C. no. 6980 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Rotor bladee (Rotary wings), •Ice 
prevention. Ice, •Adhesion, Materials, ♦Aluminum, 
♦Stainless steel, *Titanium, •Halocarbon plastics, 
Fluorine. 

Tests were made on a centrifugal apparatus to assess 
Che adhesion of droplet impact ice to various aircraft 
structural materials and possible low adhesion coating 
materials. The results indicate that this type of ice ex- 
hibits considerably lo*er adhesion strength than nor- 
mal ice. Whe»i Teflon is used as the test surface this 
effect is evidently nullified on account ot oropxet pen- 
etration into the pores in th- surface of the material. 
This confirm!? earlier observations that Teflon does ' 
not exhibit "ice-phobic" properties to droplet impact 
ice. (Author) 



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AD-290 063 OTS $6. 60 

National Research Council of Canada. Div. of 

Mechanical Engineering, Ottawa. 
1/1 2- SCALE MODEL TESTS OF AN OPEN CIRCUIT 
VTOL PROPULSION TUNNEL. PART I: SELECTION 
OF AND BASIC TESTING OF A SUITABLE CON- 
FIGURATION USING AN EXTERNAL AIR SUPPLY. 
PART U: TESTS WITH THE ADDITION OF A 
BELLMOUTH INTAKF AND DRIVING FAN 
D. Brown. 64p refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR-349; N. R. C. no. 6964 

DESCRIPTORS: •Wind tiinnela, Design, Wind tunnel 
nozzles, Diffusers, Dust inlets, Air^ectors, 
•Aeronautical laboratories. Aerodynamics, Tests, 
Gas flow. Velocity, Stability, Boundary layer. 
Turbulent flow. Effectiveness, Vertical take-off planes. 
Short take-off planes. Fans, Airplane models. 

As an aid in the development of a pnropulsion wind tunnel 
suited to the demands of testing VTOL models, a 1/12- 
scale model has been built and used to gather aero- 
dynamic performance data. As a result of the model 
tests the proposed general layout of the tunnel has been 
found acceptable. In particular, it has been confirmed 
that the fan is very tolerant of a decrease in flow. Con- 
stant speed lines running well to left of the usual staU 
line have been obtained without encountering surge. 
Proposed changes in the tunnel diffusers were checked 
in model form and found to be beneficial f rcxn the point 
of view of improved aerodynamic efficiency and towards 
lowering the cost of the tunnel. The model has further 
been used to cbtain a guide to the effects of external 
winds on the flow in the full scale facility and as an aid 
in determining the extent and velocity of the discharge 
jet at points downstream of the exit. (Author) 

AD-401 8% OTS $6.60 

National Research CouQcil of Canada. Div. of 

Mechanical Engineering, Ottawa. 
SOME TESTS OF 12-IN. DIA. MODEL VTOL 
DUCTED FANS 
H. S. Fowler. Feb 62, 65p 
Aeronautical rept. LR-367; N.R.C. no. 7275 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Vertical take-off planes, Wings, 
♦Ducted fans. Model tests, ♦Rotor blades (Turbo- 
machinery), Design, Aerodynamic characteristics. 

Design studies have been made of a VTOL aircraft with 
a number of 36 -in. O/D fans buried flat in the wings 
for vertical lift. In order to obtain design data for 
these ducted fans, a programme of experiments on 
12-in. O/D model fans was carried out. These were 
tested at true Mach number, and true disc loadings of 

500 lb. /ft. were sought, requiring a rotational speed 
of about 15, 000 r. p. m. The test rig and instrumeiita- 
uon developed for this programme are describ-d in 
N. R. C. Aeronautical Report LR-366. Most of the 
tests were carried out with the fan inhaling from still 
air, but a Uttle running was also done with crosswinis 
of up to 250 ft. /sec. simulating the transition of the 
aircraft to normal forward flight. Test programmes 
on the effect of varying inlet bellmouth radius, rotor 
hub/tip diameter ratio, and number of rotor blades are 
described. Brief notes on rotor hub exit fairings, 
cross-wind operations, and blade twisting under 'load 
are mcluded, and an appendix summarizes the per- 
formance of all the major build standards tested 
(Author) 



N63-22048 OTS $7.60 

Princeton U. , N. J. 
TRANSIENT PRESSURE MEASURING METHODS 
RESEARCH. AN. ANALYTICAL AND EXPERI- 
MENTAL STUDY OF THE RESPONSE OF A SMALL 
CHAMBER TO FORCED PRESSURE OSQLLATIONS 
Clifton L. Carwile. 15 Oct 62, 71p refs 
Contract NASr-36 

Aeronautical engineering repc. no. 595d;NASACR- 
51517 



N63-21974 OTS $12.00 

Princeton U. , N. J. 
TRANSIENT PRESSURE MEASURING METHODS RE- 
SEARCH DYNAMIC RESPONSE TESTING OF TRAN- 
SIENT PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS FOR LIQUID PRO- 
PELLANT ROCKET COMBUSTION CHAMBERS 
William C. Bentley and Joseph J. Walter. Jun 63, 
16 4p refs 
Contract NASr-36 

Aeronautical engineering rept. no. 595g; NASA 
CR-51516 



P 



Chemical Engineering 



ANL-6696 GTS $1.00 

Argonne National Lab. , UL 
SMALL-SCALE DEMCWSTRATION OT THE MELT 
REFINING OF HIGHLY IRRACHATED URANIUM-. 
FISSIUM ALLOY 

V. G. Trice, Jr. , and R. K. Steunenberg. Aug 63, 
45p refs 
Contract W31-109-eng-38 



ORNL-3452 OTS $3.50 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Term. 
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY DIVISION. Annual 
progress rept. for period ending 31 May 63 
1963, 262p refs 
Contraa W7405-eng-26 



Civil Engineering 



ANL-6762 OTS $0.50 



WT-792 OTS $1.50 

Federal Civil Defense Administration, Washington, 

D. C. 
EFFECTS OF AN ATOMIC EXPLOSION ON TWO 
TYPICAL TWO- STORY- AND- BASEMENT WOOD- 
FRAME HOUSES. OPERATION UPSHOP-K>JOTHOLE 
Joseph B. Byrnes. S^ 63, 69p refs 



Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS IN SUPPORT OF 
FLUID BED FLUORIDE VOLATILITY PROCESSES. 
PART III. SEPARATION OF GASEOUS MIXTURES 
OF URANIUM HEXAFLUORIDE AND PLUTONIUM 
HEXAFLUORIDE BY THERMAL DECOMPOSITION 
L. Trevorrow, J. Fisher, and J. Riha. Aug 63, I6p 
refs 
Contract W3l-109-eng-38 



ANL-6766 OTS $2.50 



ORNL-3473 OTS $2. 00 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
HIGH DENSITY SLAG CONCRETE 
T. E. Northup. Master's thesis. [l%3] 77p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



Electrical and Electronic Engineering 



Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DIVISION RESEARCH 
HIGHLIGHTS, MAY 1962- APRIL 1963 
1963, 155p refs 
Contract W31-109-eng-38 



ANL-6753 OTS $2.00 

Argonne National Lab., 111. 
LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS IN SUPPORT OF 
FLUID BED FLUORIDE VOLATILITY PROCESSES. 
PART II. THE PROPERTIES OF PLUTONIUM 
HEXAFLUORIDE 

Martin J. Steindler. Aug 63, 84p refs 
Contraa W3l-l09-eng-38 



ANL-6684 OTS $0.75 

Argonne National Lab., III. 
THE MECHANISM AND KINETICS OF THE REAC- 
TION BETWEEN NICKEL AND FLUORINE 
R. L. Jarry, W. H. Gunther, and J. Fischer. Aug 63, 
29p refs 
Contract W3l-109-ei«-38 



PB-163 773 OTS $1.60 

American Electronic Labs. , Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF CRYSTAL VIECO 
DETECTOR HOLDERS. Quarterly progress repl. 
no. 3, 1 Nov 57-31 Jan 58 
Bernard Haimowitz. [1958] 17p 
Contract DA36-039-SC-73259 
Technical rept. 57032-3; AD- 161 943 

DESCRIPTORS: *Crystal holders. Crystal detectors. 
Diodes, Crystal video receivers. Signal-to-noise 
ratio. Design. 

Complete crystal holders have been fabricated for the 

1 to 2 kmc and the 2 to 4 kmc bands, and an incomplete 
holder has been fabricated for the 0. 5 to 1 . kmc band. 
Minimum tangential sensitivity was measured using a 
2-mc video bandwidth. It was -58 dbm for the 1 to 

2 kmc band with a 408B crystal, -57. 5 dbm for the 2 to 
4 kmc band with a 408B crystal, and -56 dbm for the 2 
to 4 kmc band with a D4025 crystal. 



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PB-163 812 OTS $1.60 



Army [Electronics Research and Development] Agency 

Fort Monmouth, N. J, 
A NEW METHOD TO SIMPLIFY BRIDGE TYPE 
MEASUREMENTS ON QUARTZ CRYCTAL UNITS 
E. Hafner. 8 Nov 57, 25p ret* 
Engineering rept. no. E-I220 I 

DESCRIPTORS: •Crystal oscillators, 'Quartz crystals. 
Test methods, "Measuring devices (Electrical and 
electronic), •Electric bridges, "Impedence bridges. 
Design, Circuita. 

After a discussion of the two major elements of the 
equipment dealt with in this report, two different 
methods to control the signal frequency by utilizing the 
information contained in the output signal of the bridge 
are described. Although this is not a limitation, the 
methods are explained using one particular type bridge, 
the Hewlett-Packard Model 803A VHF Impedance Bridge. 
The same principles can be employed for many other 
test circuits. 



AD-298 810 OTS $6. -60 



Bell Telephone Labs. , Inc. , Murray Hill, N. J. 
ENQNEERING SERVICES ON TRANSISTORS. Rept. 
no. 10 (Quarterly progress rept. no. 1) 1 Aug-31 Oct 62 
J. H. Forster, J. Kocsis, A. B. Kuper, R. Lindner, 
and K. E. Martersteck. 31 Dec 62, 62p refs 
Contract DA 36 -039 -sc -90759, continuation of Contract 
DA 36-039-8C -89201 



DESCRIPTORS: *Transistors, 'Integrated circuits, 
•Semiconductor devices, Diodes (Semiconductors), 
Switching circuits, Transistor amplifiers. Germanium, 
Silicon, Microwave frequency. Diffusion, Ultrahi^ 
frequency. Processing, Resistance (Electrical), Re- 
sistors, Circuits, Power, Electric currents, Electric 
potential, -Vapor plating. Oxides, Partial differential 
equations. Films, Computer logic. Manufacturing 
methods I j 

Contents: 

Status erf the microwave transistors 

High frequency base impedance analyses of microwave 

transistors 
Stored charge in the base layer of transistors 
Avalanche multiplication in germanium PNP diffused - 

base transistors 
Status of integrated circuits and functional devices 



AD-403 353 OTS $6. 60 



Bell Telephone Labs. , Inc. , Murray Hill, N. J. 
ENGINEERING SERVICES ON TRANSISTORS. Rept. 
no. 11 (Quarterly progress rept. no. 2) 1 Nov 62- 
31 Jan 63 

J. H. Forster, J. Kocsis, J. Lange, R. Lindner, and 
K. E. Martersteck. 31 Mar 63, 64p refs 
Contract DA 36 -039 -sc -90759, continuation of Contract 
DA 36 -039 -sc -89201 

DESCRIPTORS: •Transistors, •Integrated circuits, 
•Amplifiers, •Semiconductor devices, Germanium, 
Ultrahi^ frequency, Pulse modulation. Coding, Silicon, 
Microwave frequency, Impedance matching. Coaxial 
cables, Broadband, Diodes (Semiconductors), Miniature 
electronic equipment. Costs, Chemical milling. 
Epitaxial growth, Electric potential. Power, Electric 
currents, Manufacturing methods, Computer logic 

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ContentK 

Status of the 1-watt, 1000-Mc transistor 

Design calculations for the 3-Gc transistor, M2275 

Comparison of all-transistor logic to low -level logic 

Integrated circuit for an operational amplifier 

A study in system function integration 

(See also AD-298 810) 



AD-283 323 OTS $1.60 

David Samoff Research Center, Princeton, N. J. 
MOLECULAR AMPLIFIERS AND GENERATORS. 
Quarterly rept. no. 7, 1 Apr-30 Jun 62 
E. S. Sabisky. 15 Jul 62, 17p 8refs 
Contract DA36-039-8C-87386 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Molectronics, •Masers, Radiofre- 
quency generators, Holmium, Dysprosium, Rare earth 
elements. Calcium compounds. Fluorides, Terbium, 
Erbium, Ions, Chemical impurities, Paramagnetic 
rescsiance. Titanium compounds, Dioxides 

The paramagnetic resonance spectrum of >io2'^CaF2 
was studied at 4. 3°K. This material may be used as a 
powdered maser material for amplifiers below 5 kMc. 
Trivalent Dy:CaF9 in a cubic site has an energy doublet 
which is separated from the ground state by 265 ± 50 
kMc. Paramagnetic resonance lines were observed in 
rutile crystals containing Dy, Er and Tb. (Author) (See 
also PB 158 860) 



AD-414 574 OnrS $7.60 

General Electric Co. , Syracuse, N. Y. 
SILICON PLANAR EPITAXIAL TRANSISTOR TYPE 
2N2193 [AND] SIUCON GROWN DIFFUSED TRANSIS- 
TOR TYPE 2N336. Quarterly rept. no. 4, 31 Jan- 
30 Apr 63, on Production Engineering Measure 
S. 0. Johnson. 73p 
Contraa DA 36 -039 -sc- 867 27 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Semiconduaor devices, •Transistors, 
•Silicon, •Epitaxial growth, Diffusion, Manufaauring 
methods, •Vapor plating, •Heaters, Corrosion, 
Cleaning, 'Bonding, •Reliability (Electronics), 
•Quality control. 

Work on 2N2193 included: improved substrate heater 
design; vacuum deposition process; reduaion in size of 
preform; reduaion of the corroding species by im- 
proving cleaning and titter inspeaion of purchased 
material; improved bonding process; reliability meas- 
urement; and inspection and quality ccmtrol manual. 
Work on type 2N336 included: passivation; hi^ tem- 
perature main sealing; reliability experiments; and 
charaaeristic distributions. (See also AD-404 185) 

AD- 274 003 OTS $9. 10 

General Electric Co. , Syracuse, N. Y. 
SOLID STATE MICROELECTRONIC SYSTEMS PRO- 
GRAM. Quarterly rept. no. 2, 1 Oct 61-1 Jan 62 
R . Warr, L. Ragonese, and G. Danielson. [1962] 106p 
refs 
Contract DA 36 -039 -sc -87466 

DESCRIPTORS: •Subminiature electronic equipment, 
•Electronic circuits, Circuits, Trigger circuits, 
Switching circuits, Digital systems. Transistors, Band- 
pass filters, Diodes, Solid state physics, Electrical 
properties, Mathematical predictioi, Prc*»ahility, Re- 
liability, Design 



A semi-grafrfiical design technique is described for the 
minimum power dissipation design of the DCTL-NOR 
circuit. The expected extension of this method to non- 
static conditions is outlined. Flip-flop circuits of the 
base return type have been synthesized for different 
values of tolerance. These circuits have been analyzed 
to determine their probability of catastrojrfiic and drift 
failure. Utilizing these data and qualitati\e interpreta- 
tion, an optimum design tolerance has been shown, to 
exist when the circuits are tested for 30 percent end-of- 
life tolerance. Laboratory tests of an amplifier circuit 
and a flip-flop circuit have been performed to verify 
the previously outlined procedures of terminal meas- 
urements and to determine accuracy of measurement. 
These tests show that passive components can be meas- 
ured to at least 5 percent accuracy and that active de- 
vice parameter values in the proper range are 
achievable. A general discussion of a digital filter is 
given and its applicability to the problem of adjustabflity 
is indicated. (Author) 

AD- 284 412 OTS $6. 60 

Hughes Research Labs. , Malibu, Calif. 
MILLIMETER -WAVE -MASER RESEARCH. Pept. no. 4 
(Final), 1 Jul 61 -30 Jun 62 
C. K. Asawa, D. P. Devor, A. L. Gentile, and 
M. E. Pedinoff. [1962] 62p refs 
Contract DA36-039-sc-87221 

DESCRIPTC«S: *Masers, ♦Lasers, *Microwave am- 
plifiers. Solid state physics, Microwaves, Single crys- 
tals, Sapphires, Chemical impurities. Yttrium com- 
pounds, Oxides, Ruby, Spectroscopic analysis. Fluo- 
rescence, Paramagnetic crystals. Resonance, X-band, 
Magnetic fields. Operation, Theory, Measurement, 
Cavity resonators 

A preliminary experiment designed to demonstrate the 
efficacy of the ruby laser in optically pumping a ruby 
microwave maser was successfully completed. At- 
tempts TO synthesize chromium -doped yttria (¥^3) for 
use in a' maser device were unsuccessful despite pre- 
liminary success in the growth of a single- cry st£il boule 
of yttria. Theoretical studies were made of the non- 
linear coupling of radiation with matter in a two -photon 
process and of the Raman effect for the production of 
millimeter -wavelength radiation from laser radiation. 
It was shown that neither process is promising for such 
purposes. In the emerald maser studies, the line width 
of early-growth emerald crystals was measured as a 
function of chromium ion concentration. An X-band re- 
flection-type maser, with a 90^ crystal axis to mag- 
netic field orientation, was constructed and successfully 
operated. 

PB-16* 771 OTS $9.10 

[irr Research Inst. ] Chicago, III. 
INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT TECH- 
NIQUES STUDY. Quarterly progress rept. no. 3, 
1 Aug- 31 Oct 59 
A. C. Todd. [If59} lOlp refs 
Contract DA36-039-8C-78269 
Rept. no. ARF-51I2-9; AD-229 754 



Efforts were devoted to a study of the use of voltage- 
variable capacitors in a cascade phase modulator and 
a low-pass-fllter parametric amplifier; to a considera- 
tion of the application erf the Hall effect in a single- 
sideband amplitude modulator, a cascade phase 
oKxlulator, a direct frequency modulator, a variable 
video attenuator, a self-balancing resistance bridge, 
an intermodulation-distortion meter, and a 60-c 
frequency meter; and to an investigation of the employ- 
ment of the magnetoresistive effect in a stripllne 
variable attenuator and an oscillator. In most instances, 
the theoretical treatment of the device is accompanied 
by the experimental performance. (Author) 

AD-402 615 OTS $13.00 

Institute of Tech., U. ofMfnnesaa, Minneapohs. 
STUDY OF NOISE IN SEMICONDUCTORS AND 
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES. Rept. no. 10, 1 Oa- 
31 Dec 62 

A. van der Ziel. [1963] 190p refs 
Contract DA36-039-8C-85374 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Semiconductors, ♦Semiconduaor 
devices, ♦Noise (Radio), Measurement, ♦Transistors, 
♦Tunnel diodes. Single crystals, ♦Cadmium com- 
pounds, Sulfides, ♦Silicon, ♦Germanium, Cryogenics. 

Experiments have been performed to determine the 
location at I/f noise sources in jimcticn traneistors by 
measuring the noise which appears at the emitter 
terminal of a transistor when the collector is ac 
grounded. Preliminary noise measurements on CdS 
crystals gave a spectrum varying as I/f3 at high fre- 
quencies. The accuracy and reUabiUty at tunnel aioae 
noise measurements has been improved. Preliminary 
noise measurements of silicon FET's were made at 
300^, 190OKand77OK. The dependence of the input 
equivalent saturated diode current Igq on the source 
susceptibility for field-effect transistors was calculated 
and compared with experimental results at 2 Mc and 
4 Mc. A study was made of the excess noise in many 
silicon FET's as a function of frequency, drain voltage 
Vjj and gate voltage Vg. The optimum noise perform- 
ance of a junaion transistor in the shor noise and in the 
1/f noise regions has been calculated. The field-effect 
transistor is considered as an aaive distributed line 
and its wave equation is developed. 

UCRL-9035(R«v.) OTS $3.60 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , U. of California, Berkeley. 
CURRENT -SWITCHING dRCUTTRY 
Jack Gilbert SaWador and D. O. Pederson. 17 Jul 61, 
31 p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 

LA -2957 OTS $0.50 

Los Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
THE DESIGN OF A CAPACITOR AND SWITCH 
ASSEMBLY FOR LOW INDUCTANCE 
R. S. Dike and E. L. Kemp. 7 Aug 63, lOp 
Contract W7405-eng-36 



DESCRIPTORS: ♦Electronic equipment. Instrumentation, 
^Test methods, ♦Measuring devices (Electrical and 
electronic^, ♦Modulators, Phase modulation, 
♦Amplifiers, ♦Parametric amplifiers, ♦Low-pass 
filters, ♦Hall effect, ♦Attenuators, ♦Electric bridges, 
♦Frequ4Bcym«ters, ♦Phase meters^ ♦Oscillators, S-14 
♦Variable capacitors. Circuits. 



AD-403 323 OTS $4. 60 



Martin -Marietta Corp. , Orlando, Fla. 
EXCITATION AND DETECTION TECHNIQUES FOR 
MILLIMETER WAVE TRANSITIONS. Quarterly prog- 
ress rept. no. 2, 1 Oct 62-1 Jan 63 
J. ]. Gallagher and R. G. Strauch. 29 Jan 63, 50p refs 
Contract DA36-039-sc -90753 , 
Rept. no. OR 3175 1 1 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Molecular beams, ♦Millimeter waves, 
Masers, Pertubation theory, Microwave spectroscopy, 
Spectnim analyzers. Backward wave oscillators, 
Stabilization, Lithium compounds. Fluorides, Excita- 
tion, Detection i| 

The molecular beam apparatus has been assembled and 
is now being vacuum tested. Zeemaij measurements 
have been completed on eight hydrogen sulfide lines. 
The phase locking dt a millimeter backward-wave 
oscillator is described. A small molecular beam ab- 
sorption cell has been constructed for the investigation 
of line width effects. An ammonia maser is now operat- 
ing for use as a reference to measure the povf^er spec- 
trum of the microwave signals used to excite the beam. 
The use of a hydrogen sulfide transition as a millimeter 
maser is discussed, and the molecular beam observa- 
tion of the J = -» 1 transition c< Li°F is described. 
Also, the millimeter spectroscopic techniques used in 
this laboratory are described, and line width effects j 
and stability tests are commented on. (Author) 



PB-163 767 OTS $4. 60 



Microwave Research Inst. , Polytechnic Inst, of 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
MEASUREMENT OF RAMO FREQUENCY CABLE. 
Final rept. 

John W. E. Griemsmann and Saul W. Rosenthal. 
3 Nov 54, 47p 
Contract NObsr -63084 
Rept. R-408-54; PIB-341 

I 
DESCRIPTORS: ♦Radiofrequeucy cables, ♦Coaxial 
cables, ♦Attenuation, Radicfrequency, Military require- 
ments, Measurement f 

An outline is given of the work done on the program of 
attenuation measurements of radio frequency cable over 
the frequency range of 2500 to 10, 000 mc/sec. Results 
are given for the cables measured and difficulties in- 
volved in obtaining standard results are discussed. The 
conclusion is that age and past history of the cable 
sample is of considerable importance in determining 
the attenuation of a cable. The program for the evalua- 
tion of cable construction as it affects attenuation is 
discussed and results and conclusions are given. These 
results point out the possibility of a good r. f . single 
braided cable from both an attenuation and stability 
point of view, for frequencies up to 10, 000 mc/sec. 
Leakage measurements and calculations concerning 
braid coverage are discussed. (Author) 



PB-163 772 OTS $7.60 



of 



Moore School of Electrical Engineering, U. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 
THEORY OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS. Quarterly pro- 
gress rept. no. 15, 1 Dec 59-29 Feb 60 
H, Yamada and T. Booth. 15 Mar 60, • 79p refs 
Contract DA36-039-sc -72344 
Moore School rept. no. 60-17; AD-235 682 



DESCRIPTORS: ♦Switching circuits, Theory, Synthesis. 
Computers, ♦Mathematical logic, Gn^'ios rMathematics). 
Conformal mapping. 

A class of (Mie-input, one-output, deterministic counters 
IS formally Introduced. These are, specifically, multi- 
tape Turing machines, which have finite structure and 
growmg tapes. Some of their logical properties are ex- 
amined. Also the notion of counting was generalized 
and some infinite sets of integers which can be counted 
by the above counters were examined along with the 
structure of their counters. A method is given for 
going from a given proposition -letter formula (which 
may have don't care cases) to the minimal disjunctive 
normal formulas and conjunctive normal formulas for 
certain definitions of 'minimal'. A linear graph drawn 
cm the map is introduced as an aid in selecting sets of 
prime antecedents. This linear graph may be used with 
other methods for minimizing propasition-letter for- 
mulas^ very often resulting in savings in work at the 
prime -antecedent -selection stage of the procedure. 
(Author) (See also PB 155 004) 



ORNL-3325 OTS $0.75 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
ENQNEERING FEATURES OF DCX-2 
P. R. Bell, J. S. Culver, S. M. DeCamp, J. C. EzeU, 
and G. G. Kelley. 1963, 30p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



AD-284 473 OTS $3. 60 

Radio Corp. of America, SommervUle, N. J. 
HIGH-CAPACrTY MAGNESIUM BATTERIES. Quarterly 
progress rept. no. 8, 1 Mar-31 May 62 
G. S. Lozler and R. J. Ryan. [1962] 39p 
Contract DA36-039-8C-85340 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Primary cells, ♦Dry ceUs, Magne- 
sium, Magnesium compounds, Perchlorates, Mercury 
compounds. Oxides, Copper compounds, Titanium, 
Dioxides, Alloy Sj Cathodes (Electrolytic cell), Anodes 
(Electrolytic cell). Low tempertttyipre research, 
Isocyanate plastics. Thermal insulation. Containers, 
Tests, Electrolytes, Corrosien, Films. 

Data are presented which show the low-temperature 
characteristics of magnesium -mapiesium perchlorate- 
mercuri^ oxide and cupric a»de reserve cells at 
ambient temperatures down to -58*F. Capacity data 
for three cell batteries are also included. Data from 
mercuric oxide cell studies conducted to evaluate the 
use of a titanium cathode grid are summarized. Low- 
temperature capacity data for magnesium -magnesium 
perchlorate-manganese dioxide A-cells and 6-cell 
batteries discharged at -20°F are presented. Results 
from magnesium anode efficiency studies are summa- 
rized for pure magnesium and AZ-21X1 alloy over a 
current density range of 0. 09 to 10. 9 ma/cm^. A 
correlation of the efficiency data witii magnesium 
corrosion film studies is also presented. (Author) 
(See also AD-264 419) 



S-15 



AD-295 906 OTS $7. 60 



AD-402 897 OTS $2.60 



RCA Defense Electronic Products, Camden, N. J. 
SPEECH-PATTERN RECOGNITION BY SIMULATED 
NEURAL NETWORKS, PART IL Final rept. on Ap- 
plied Communication Research for Air Force' Vehicles 
T. B. Martin, F. L. Putzrath, and J. J. Talavage. 
1 Dec 62, 72p refs 
Contract A F 33(657)7405 
ASD-TDR -62-511, Part U 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Speech, 'Pattern recognition, •Speech 
representation, ♦Cybernetics, Nerves, Models (Simu- 
lations), Communication equipment 

A speech-recognition system is presented which is 
based upon the advantages of neural logic. Primary 
emphasis is placed upon the recognition of the plosive 
(or stop) consonants. Information gathered from speech 
analysis, speech synthesis, physiology and neurology 
furnishes the theoretical basis for the system, while 
the experimental verification is performed with a net - 
work of 100 electronic neuron models. The equipment 
operates in real time, abstracting the features of 
phonemes with parallel logic channels. By using low-Q 
filters, timing accuracies up to 5 milliseconds are 
maintained throughout the system. Performance com- 
pariscsis between the equipment and the human auditory 
system are shown, as well as^the initial results of con- 
sonant recognition. (Author) 

AD- 296 366 OTS $9. 10 

RCA Defense Electronic Products, New York. 
BROADBZND S-BAND REACTANCE AMPLIFIER. 
Final progress rept. (Rept. no. 6), 1 Jul 60-7 Mar 62 
B. Bossard, R. M. Kurzrok, E. Markard, B. Perlman, 
and R. Pettai. 1 S^ 62, 108p refs 
Contract DA36-039-sc -85058 
Rept. no. CR -61 -419 -IF 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Microwave amplifiers, *Parametrlc 
amplifiers, Diodes (Semiconductor), Noise (Radio), 
Mathematical analysis. Theory, Circuits, Electrical 
properties. Broadband, Impedance matching, S-band 

A substantial amount of small signal and large signal 
theoretical work has been carried out for the broad - 
banding of microwave parametric amplifiers. Theoreti- 
cal results have yielded single-diode voltage -gain -band- 
width products of 3500 mc at "S" band. It is concluded 
that the simulation of braodband paramps by appro- 
priate lumped -circuit elements is handicapped at micro- 
wave frequencies where inductances and capacitances 
must be simulated by distributed elements. Moreover, 
the sections erf transmission line coupling the individual 
network elements tb the varactor diode have frequency 
sensitivities of their own which must be considered in 
transforming a lumped -element design into a distrib- 
uted microwave equivalent, especially when broad 
(20 - 50%) bandwidths are involved. Broadband paramps 
can be constructed, however, by making maximum use 
of the varactor parasitic elements in a filter structure 
at the plane of the diode. Techniques have been de- 
veloped which allow the varactor diode to exhibit two 
simultaneous resonant frequencies (at signal and idler) 
depending upon the geometry of the holding structurie. 
(See also AD- 271 944) 



Westinghouse Electric Corp. , Youngwood, Pa. 
MICRCMINUTURE INTEGRATED CIRCUIT 
PACKAGE. Quarterly progress rept. no. I, I Jul- 
1 Oa62 

T. L. CharlandandE. P. Barbaro. [1962] 26p 
Contraa DA36-039-8C-90850 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Integrated circuits, ♦Microminiaturi- 
zation (Electronics), Electrodes, Modules (Electronic), 
Ceramic materials, Glass, Containers, Welding, 
Bonding, Molding, Graphite, Manufacturing methods. 

Design and fabrication of two prototype metal-ceramic, 
microminiature integrated circuit, packages for 
micromodule systems were completed during this 
period. One which has dimensions at 
.250" X .250" X .050' and includes .310 inch square 
ceramic micromodule wafers as part of the package did 
not meet technical requirements because tolerances 
were too close for subsequent micromodule processing. 
The other which is a . 225" X . 225" X .050" metal- 
glass package could not be properly sealed because of 
incomplete graphite mold and glass preform designs . 
Redesign of graphite molds, component package parts 
and impjrovements in sealing technology are underway 
to determine which package design is more suitable 
for micromodule systems. (Author) 



Ordnance, Missiles, and Satellite Vehicles 



N63-21905 OTS $2. 60 

Astrophyslcal Observatory, Smithsonian Institution, 

Camtnridge, Mass. 
ON THE M0TIC»4 OF EXPLORER XI AROUND TVS 
CENTER OF MASS 
G. Colombo. 23 May 62, 29p refs 
Grant NSG-57-60 
Special rept. no. 94; NASA CR-51042 



N63-22052 OTS $1.60 

Goddard %)ace Flight Center, National Aeronautics 
and ^ce Administration, Greenbelt, Md. 
POTTING COMPOUNDS AND SEALANTS FOR 
SPACEICRAFT APPLICATIONS. Technical information, 
Instructicm no. 7 

Francis N. LeDoux. 11 Apr 62, rev. 24 Apr 62. 15p' 
Report no. X-634-62-12; NASA TM-X-50354 



N63-22006 OTS $1.60 

Goddard ^ace Flight Center, National Aeronautics 
and %)ace Administration, Greenbelt,- Md. 
SATELUTE SITUATION REPORT, VOLUME 2, NO. 16 
Ralph R. Stroble. 10 Oct 62, 13p 
Rqjt. no. X-533-62-55; NASA TM-X-50203 



y^ 



S-16 



AD-299 840 OTS $5. 60 

Institute of Aerophysics, U. of Toronto (Canada). 
ATTITUDE STABILITY OF ARTICULATED GRAVITY - 
ORIENTED SATELLITES. PART I: GENERAL 
THEORY, AND MOTION IN ORBITAL PLANE 
B. Etkin. 57p refs 
Grant AF-AFOSR -62-40 
UTL\ rept. no. 89; AFOSR-4552; N63-14355 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Satellite attitude, ♦Satellites (Artifi- 
cial) Equations of motion, Attitude control systems. 
Damping, Stabilization, Moments, Theory, Orbital 
trajectories. Gravity 

A theoretical framework is presented for analyzing the 
rotational and relative motions of compound satellite 
systems. It consists essentially of expressions derived 
for the forces and moments acting on the constituent 
bodies, and of their utilization in Lagrange's equation 
to find the equations governing the motion of the system. 
The method is applied to a specific system intended for 
passive attitude stabilization, and numerical examples 
are calculated. The design is found to provide damping 
to 1/2 amplitude in as little as one -third of an orbit, 
and to have small response to orbit ellipdcity. (Author) 



N63-21647 OTS $31.00 



Jet Propulsion Lab. , CaMf. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
EARTH-VENUS TRAJECTORIES, 1965-66, VOLUME 2, 
PART C 

V. C. Clarke, Jr., R. Y. Roth, W. E. Bollman, T. W. 
Hamilton, and C. G. Pfeiffar. 1 Jun 63, 788p refs 
Contract NAS7- 100 
Technical memo no. 33-99, vol. 2, pt. C; NASArCR-51225 

N63-21903 OTS $4. 60 I ! \ 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
OPTIMUM EARTH-TO-MARS ROUNDTRIP TRAJEC- 
TORIES UTILIZING A LOW -THRUST POWER - 
LIMITED PROPULSION SYSTEM 
Carl G. Sauer, Jr. , and William G. Melbourne. 
29 Mar 63, 41p refs 
Contract NAS7-10D 
Technical report no. 32-376; NASA CR-510I4 



i! 



Presented at the 9th Annual Meeting of the American 
Astronautical Society, Los Angeles, Calif. , Jan 15-17, 
1963 



N63-21985 OTS $17.50 



Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
SPACE PROGRAMS SUMMARY NO. 37-21, VOLUME 
IV FOR THE PERIOD APRIL 1, 1%3 TO 
MAY 31, 1963. SUPPORTING RESEARCH AND AD- 
VANCED DEVELOPMENT 
E. Cutting, 30 Jun 63, 279p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
NASA CR-51559 



N63-21902 OTS $8.10 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
SPACE PROGRAMS SUMMARY NO. 37-21, VOLUME 
VI FOR THE PERIOD MARCH 1, 1963 TO 
MAY 31. 1963. SPACE EXPLORATION PROGRAMS , 
AND SPACE SCIENCES 
30 Jun 63, 82prefs 
Contract NAS7-100 
NASA CR-51232 



N63-21728 OTS $6.60 

Marshall Space Flight Center, National Aeronautics 
and Space Administration, Huntsville, Ala. 
A SURVEY OF THE INFLUENCE OF VARIATIONS 
IN STAGE CHARACTERISTICS ON C*TIMIZED 
TRAJECTORY SHAPING. PART I: TWO STAGE ' 
VEHICLE INJECTION INTO CIRCULAR ORBFTS 
M. C. Davidson Jr. 24 Apr 63, 64p d 

NrTP-AERO-63-29; NASA TM-X-50407 



PB 163 837 OTS $3. 60 

Naval Research Lab . , Washington, D. C. 
PROJECT VANGUARD REPORT NO. 26. PRELIMI- 
NARY PHASES OF THE VANGUARD VIBRATION 
PROGRAM. Interim rept. 

R. E. Blake and M. W. Oleson. 13 May 58, declas- 
sified 18 Apr 61, 35p refs 
NRL rept. 5102 

DESCRIPTORS: *Satellites (Artificial), ♦Launch 
vehicles (Aerospace), ♦Booster rockets, Vibration, 
Tests, Test vehicles. 

A vibration study was included in the development 
program of the Vanguard launching vehicle. The 
primary objective has been to c*tain data on which to 
base vibration test specifications for the satellite and 
rocket components. During early static tests of the 
motors, vibration signals from accelerometers and ^ 
velocity meters were recorded on 35 -mm film using 
Mirragrapn equipment. The data were subsequentiy 
analyzed with a narrow- band heterodyne wave analyzer. 
Data have been obtained during manufacturer's pre- 
qualification test firings of the first- stage motor, the 
second stage motor and tankage assembly, and the 
third- stage rocket. The results indicate previous 
estimates of acceleration spectral-density levels to be 
moderately conservative. Levels measured ranged 
from 0.001 g2/cps to 0. 1 g2/cp8. In addition to the 
expected random vibrations induced during motor 
burning, quasi- sinusoidal vibrations reaching high- 
level peaks have been measured on the nose of the 
third-stage rocket. (Author) (See also PB 131 394) 

N63-22158 OTS $15.00 

Stanford Research Inst. , Menlo Park, Calif. 
INVESTIGATION OF THE SPACE STORABILITY OF 
PRESSURIZING GASES. Interim rept. , 
19 Feb 62-18 Feb 63 

A. P. Brady, J. L. Brenner, F. M. Church, 
E. C. FoUett, and R. F. Muraca. Aug 63, 227p 526refs 
Contract NAS7-105 
SRI Project no. PSU-4000; NASA CR-51520 



S-17 



Sanitation and Safety Engineering 



GAT-R-313 OTS $5. 60 

Goodyear Atomic Corp. , Piketon, Ohia 
HEALTH AND SAFETY ACTIVITIES REPORT FOR 
1962 

21 Feb 63, 58p 
Contract AT(33-^1 



HW-SA-2304 OTS $1.60 

Hanford Atomic Products Operation, Richland, Wash. 
STUDIES IN REUABIUTY I. THE ALGEBRA OF 
FOUR -STATE SAFETY DEVICES 
A. D. Wiggins. 13 Oa 6l, Up 
Contraa AT(45- 1)1350 



PB- 163 808 OTS $5.60 

[IIT Research Inst. } Chicago, 111. 
RADUTION STREAMING IN DUCTS AND SIELTER 
ENTRANCE- WAYS. Final rept. , Jul 61-Mar 62 
C. W. Terrell, A. J. Jerri, and R. O. Lyday, Jr. 
Apr 62, 58p refs 
Contract NBy-3185 
Rept. no. ARF 1158A02-7 

DESCRIPTORS: *Shelters, •Ventlllation ducts, 
•Gamma rays, •Neutrons, Anenuation, Gamma 
counters. Neutron counters. Mathematical analysis. 

The objective of this program is an analytical and 
e3q)erimental investigation of the streaniing of gamma 
and neutrons through ducts and personnel shelter 
entranceways. The anenuation of gamma rays in 
concrete walled ducts having two right angle bends was 
measured; Both Z and U shapes were stxjdied experi-* 
mentally. The addition erf a second rig^t angle bend 
results in a large increase in the attenuation for 
gamma rays and the energy dependence of the attenua- 
tion is considerably reduced. For smaller ducts of 
cross section 1 by 1 foot, the attenuation of the second 
bend i,s far greater tlian for the larger cross section 
entranceway. (Author) (See also AD- 262 211) 



small at low values of frame spacing. Direct welding 
costs, expressed in terms of weight of weld metal 
deposited per foot of midship length, also increase. The 
costs related to fabrication, erection, fitting, and 
aligning, given in terms of length of Joints per foot erf 
midship length, decrease with frame sp>acing. So do the 
costs associated with design, production planning, 
handling of materials and record keeping, which are 
given in terms of number of structural parts per foot of 
midship length. Due to the lack of satisfactory means 
of correlating the four cost parameters, no realistic 
and convincing total cost indication could be found. 
Some insight, however, can be gained atx>ut the be- 
havior of the total construction costs by noting that the 
rate of increase for the increasing cost parameters^ 
is smaller than thtf rate of decrease for the decreasing 
parameters. A conclusion can be drawn that the total 
costs of construction tend to decrease with increasing 
frame spacing. (Author) 

PB- 163 814 OTS $9.10 

Institute of Engineering Research, U. of California, 

Berkeley. 
DESIGN CHARTS FOR BOTTOM SHELL PLATE 
SCANTLINGS TO WITHSTAND SLAM LOADS 
Tamotsu Nagai . Jan 63, 104p refs 
Contract MA 2620 
Series no. 186, issue no. 6 

DESCRIPTORS: Design, *Marine engineering, 'Ship 
plates, •Loading (Mechanics), Ship hulls, Deforma- 
tion, Mechanical properties. Engineering, Data, Ship 
structural components. 

In this issue charts are given for the purpose of 
estimating the loads actually experienced during a slam, 
and also for the determination of required bottom sheli 
plate scantlings. Supplementary charts are given for 
the estinnation of a maximum second slam load that can 
be sustained without causing additional permanent set. 
(Author) 



FOOD, HANDLING, AND PACKAGING 
EQUIPMENT 



Food 



Ship Building 



PB -163 781 OTS $1.60 



PB-163 764 OTS $6. 60 

institute of Engineering Research, U. of California, 

Berkeley, 
AN ATTEMPT TO CORRELATE SHIP CONSTRUCTION 
COSTS TO THE COMPLEXITY OF TOE STRUCTURE 
Andrs Ziedins, Apr 63, 62p refs 
Contract MA- 2620 
Rept. no. NA-63-2 

DESCRIPTORS: •Ships (Non- military), •Cargo ships. 
Construction, •Costs, •Ship structinral conponents. 



Quartermaster Food and Container Inst, for the 

Armed Forces, Chicago, 111. 
A BIBLIOGRAPHY AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC REVIEW OF 
FOOD AND FOOD HABIT RESEARCH 
David Gottlieb and Peter H. Rossi. Jan 61, 115p 
1081 refs 
Library Bulletin no. 4; AD- 252 604 

DESCRIPTORS: •Food, •Attitudes, •Feeding, •Bibliog- 
raphies, •Nutrition, •Diet, Culture, Military personnel 
Personality, Physiology, Consumption, Learning, Ac- 
ceptability, Man. 



In an effort to decrease the number of structural parts This bibliographic review attempts to provide an over- 



by increasing the frame spacing, a {particular ship, the 
Mariner Class dry cargo ship, exhibits somewhat 
diverging trends in the construccicxi cost parameters. 
"Die cost of materials, expressed in terms of steel 
weight per foot of midship length, tends to increase with 
frame spacing. The rate of increase is howevel* very g_,g 



view of the major lines of research on food habits, to 
summarize their major findings, and to point up their 
implications for research on inducing changes in food 
habits. This report was undertaken as a first step 



toward the design of research on the dynamics of food 
habits changes. The bibliographic review is therefore 
pointed primarily in this direction and cannot be con- 
sidered a definitive summary of the very extensive 
literature on food. Although the attached bibliography 
probably covers a good portion of this considerable 
body of published materials, the review stfesses 
mainly two kinds of researches: (1) those dealing with 
the evaluation or consumption of food as a cultural, 
social, or psychological phenomenon; and (2) those 
dealing with food acceptance or preference in a military 
or institutional context. (Author) 



MACHINERY, FABRICATION, AND 
ACCESSORY , EQUIPMENT 



Engines and Propulsion Systems 



N63-21722 OTS $5.60 



Jet Propulflloo Lab. , CaliL Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
CHLORINE TRIFLUORIDE-HYDRAZINE LIQUID 
PROPELLANT EVALUATION AND ROCKm" MOTOR 
DEVELOPMENT 

Walter B. PoweU, James P. Irving, and Merle E. 
Guenther. 15 May 63, 57p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
Technical report no. 32-305J NASA CR-51004 



N63-22159 OTS $9. 10 



Marquardt Corpw , Van Nuys, Calif. 
PYROLYTIC REFRACTORY THRUST CHAMBER 
DEVELCMMENT. Final repc , 1 Jul 62-31 Mar 63, 
J. G. Campbell, C. D. Coulbert, and S. Sklarew. 
15 Aug 63, 102p lOrefs 
Contract NAS7-54 
Report no. 5992; NASA-CR-51521 



AD-298 343 OTS $2.60 



Naval Prqjellant Plant, Indian Head, Md. 
TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS AND HEAT 
TRANSFER CALCULATICKS IN ROCKET NOZZLE 
THROATS AND EXIT CONES 
J. Nanigian. 31 Dec 62, 30p ref 
Technical rept. 122; NAVWEK 8022; N63- 13629 

DESCRIPTC»S: •Rocket motor nozzles, •Heat transfer, 
Ten^)erature, Test methods, Instrumentation, 
Thermal insulation. Exhaust gases. Thermocouples, 
Measurement. 

Instrumentation techniques are described to record 
instantaneous temperature measurements in the throat 
and exit cone regions of rocket nozzles. Techniques 
are also described to calculate heat transfer in the 
nozzle throat and to study the char and erosion 
phenomena in insuladng macerials in nozzles. Temper- 
atiure distribution curves in the nozzle insulation 
material are presented together with the char position, 
velocity and depth as functions of rocket motor burning 
time. The use of thermocot|)les for measuring the gas- 
stream separation in over-e9q)anded nozzles is 
described. (Author) 



S-19 



MATERIALS 

PB-163 765 OTS $2. 60 

Grace (W. R. ) and Co. , darksville, M± 
INVESTIGATION OF THIN SHEETS OF HIGH- 
QUALITY, SINGLE -CRYSTAL SILICON. Technical 
summary rept. no. 2, 1 Mar-31 Aug 60 ■ 
F. T. Fitch. 10 Sep 60, 27p refs 
Contract DA 36-039-8C-85242; ARPA Order no. 80-59 
AD- 243 852 

DESCRIPTORS: •Single crystals, •Silicon, •Thin 
films. Sheets, Crystal growth, Liquid m^als, •Lead, 
Semiconductor devices, Solar cells 

The properties of the molten silicon -lead system and 
possible techniques to pull a thin, single -crystal silicon 
Bhe&. on a molten lead surface have been studied in a 
small hi^ -temperature furnace of special design. 
Molten silicon formed a relatively thick lens ( '^4mm) 
on the lead surface due to its high surface tension. Con- 
trolling the lens by maintaining it under tension be- 
tween the seed and a contact over much of its circum- 
ference witfi a wettable material (SIC) provided a thin 
stable liquid contact from which silicon sheets might be 
pulled. Liquid silicon and lead were mutually soluble 
to about 3 at-% close to the silicon melting point. In 
pulling attempts, dissolved silicon crystallized from 
the lead phase at the slightly lower temperatures sur- 
rounding the seed. This crystallization was extensive 
enough at times to interfere mechanically with the 
pulldng. (See also PB-148 551) 

PB-163 766 OTS $3. 60 

Grace (W. R. ) and Co. , darksville, Md. 
INVESTIGATION OF THIN SHEETS OF HIGH- 
QUALITY, SINGLE-CRYSTAL SILICON. Final tech- 
nical summary rept. (Rept. no. 3) 1 Sep 59-31 Aug 60 
F. T. Fitch. 10 Sep 60, 34p 10 refs 
Contract DA36-039-sc-85242; ARPA Order no. 80-59 
AD- 244 500 

DESCRIPTORS: •Single Crystals, •Silicon, •Thin 
films. Sheets, Crystal growth. Liquid metals, •Lead, 
Semiconductor devices. Solar cells 

Pb was obtained with sufficient purity not to affect pull- 
ing a single crystal frcxn silicon melts*containing ap- 
preciable quantities or the electrical properties of such 
crystals. Si crystallized on cooling in an uncontrolled ' 
manner frcwn the lead jAase primarily as pdycrystal- 
line platelets, the hi^ surface tension of Si resulted 
in a thick molten lens ( . 4mm) unsuited for crystal 
pulling due to a tendency to part, to have considerable 
motion, and to make an unstable fluctuating liquid -solid 
contact. (See also PB-163 765) 



PB-163 700 OTS $18.00 

Natitmal Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C 
SURVEY OF ADHESION AND ADHESIVES. Rept.* for 
Jul 56-Aug 58, on Rubber Plastic and Composite Ma- 
terials 

Frank W. Reinhart and Irma G. Callomon. Jul 59. 

288p refs 

Contract AF 33(616)53-9 

WADC Technical rept. 58-450; AD- 226 809 • 



DESCRIPTORS: *Adhe8ive8, Adhesion, ♦Elastomers, 
♦Composite materials, Metals, Plastics, Rubber, 
Glass, Wood, ♦Bonding, Sandwich construction, ♦Bib- 
liographies. 

The literature on the science of adhesion and the 
technology of adheaivee published between 1945 and " 
1957 was reviewed. This survey is a continuation (rf 
the literature survey issued in 1945 by R. C. Rinker 
and G. M. Kline as N. A. C. A. Technical Note No. 989 
Special consideration is given to publications concerned 
with the basic aspects or science of adhesion. Reviews 
of some of the literature on surface science are in- 
cluded to show that there is sufficient knowledge con- 
cerning surface phenomena to indicate that studies in 
this field may be particularly helpful In further develop- 
ments of the science of adhesion. The amount of tech- 
nical data on adheslves published during the period 
covered by this survey is voluminous. Therefore, only 
data are presented that are considered typical or rep- 
resent some unique or unusual aspect of adhesive tech- 
nology. Some acklitional references are given in Ajjpen- 
dlx A. Appendix B contains a selected'Tist of articles 
f)ublished in 1958 after the text had been completed. 
(Author) 

N63-22055 OTS $11.50 

Space Sciences Lab. , General Electric Co* , 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF FIBROUS COM-^ 
POSITES. Annual r^t. 

Zvi Hashin, B. Walter Rosen, and Norris F. Dow. 
30 Jul 63, 153prefs * . 

Contract NASw-470 
NASA-CR-51169 ^ 

N63-21351 OTS $1.60 

Stauffer Chemical Ca , Weston, Mich. 
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CF HIGH TEMPER- 
ATURE RESLJTANT POLYMERIC FILM FORMING 
MATERIALS. Monthly progress rept. no. 23 
R. S. Towers and F. C. Davis. [19631 14p , 
Contract NAS8-1532 
Ccmtrol na TP-85325; NASA CR-50953 



Ceramics and Refractories 



BNL-6053 OTS $1.10 

Brookhaven National Lab. , Upton, N. Y. 
ANNEALING OF RADIATION INDUCED DEFECTS 
IN FUSED SILICA 
Paul W. Levy. 19 Jul 62, 3p 
Contract AT(30-2)GEN-16 



AD-292.137 OTS $1. 60 

Carborundum Co. , Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
PROCESS AND DESIGN DATA Oti A BORIDE- 
SILICIDE COMPOSITION RESICTANT TO OXIDATION 
TO 2000°C. Quarterly rept. no. 4, 
15 Dec 61-15 Mar 62 

L M. Logan and J. E. Niesse. 5 Apr 62, 19p 
Contract AF 33(61 6)8041 



DESCRIFTORS: ♦Ceramic materials, ♦Zirconium com- 
pounds, ♦Borides, ♦Molybdenum compounds, ♦Silicides, 
♦Boron compounds, *Nitrides, ♦Sintering, Tensile 
properties. Density, Hardness, Oxidation, 

Marked loes in strength of sintered material appeared 
at 3720*'F. The density spread on sintered samples 
was reduced from 0. 40 to 0. 1 1 g/cc. with densities 
averaging about 4. 90 g/cc Laboratory studies on 
sintering procedures iuve been curtailed as being 
nearly completed. Tests on sintered samples are 
well advanced- Hot pnressing studies have been resumed 
to provide experimental data equal in scope to that 
developed for sintered ware. Hot pressed densities 
of 5. 50 g/cc. seem practical. Strengths of over 
36, 000 psi at room temperature have been measured 
on hot pressed sample bars. Production of hot pressed 
samples has been made simpler and abundant samples 
are being produced. 



AD-299 956 OTS $11.50 ^ 

Carborundum Co. , Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
PROCESS AND DESIGN DATA ON A BORIDE-SILI- 
CIDE COMPOSITION RESISTANT TO OXIDATION TO 
2000° C. Final rept. , Mar 6 1 -Oct 62, on Materials 
Application. 

I. M. Logan and J. E. Niesse. Nov 62, 158p refs 
Contract AF33(6l6)8041 
ASD-TDR-62-1055 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Ceramic materials, ♦Silicides, 
♦Zirconium compounds, ♦Borides, ♦Molybdenum com- 
pounds, ♦Sintering, Oxidation, Rupture, Creep, 
Thermal expansion, Elasticity, Emissivity, Reflection, 
Thermal stresses, Handbooks. 

A zirconium diboride-molybdenum disilicide solid 
solution composition was studied to establish sufficient 
property data so that this material can be considered 
for possible future applications. In the first part of 
this work api optimum minor addition of boron nitride 
powder was determined on the basis of strength (mod- 
ulus of rupture), oxidation resistance, and thermal 
shock behavior. Sintering aids, sintering temperature 
and time, temporary binders, and green pressing tech- 
niques were studied to produce reproducible sintered 
material. The second part was a property testing 
program at temperatures up to 200CPC (3632° F) which 
included oxidation resistance to convection and forced 
air, modulus of rupture, creep strength, modulus of 
elasticity, thermal expansion, thermal conductivity, 
thermal shock resistance, and emissivity. Where 
practical, standard deviations were calculated to jdeld 
reproducibility information. (Author) 

CEND-158 OTS $3.00 

Combustion Engineering, Inc. , Windsor, Conn. 
IRRADIATION TESTING OF CERAMIC FUELS. 
Summary rept. 

G. Zuromsky and W. P. Chemock. Sqj 62, 198p refs 
Contract AT(30- 1)2936 



HW- 77799 OTS $0.50 

Hanford Atomic Products Operation, Richland, Wash. 
MICROHARDNESS OF URANIUM DIOXIDE 
J. Lambert Bates. Jun 63, 18p refs 
Contract AT(45- 1)1350 
S-20 



PB-163 786 OTS $4. 60 



Nepa Dlv. , FalrcWld Engine and Airplane Corp. , 

Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
COATING GRAPHTTE WITH SILICON CARBIDE BY 
THE REACTION CHAMBER METHOD 
Thomas H. Elmer, W. J. O'Leary, and Robert L. 
Hamner. Feb 51, declassified 22 Jun 59. 45p refs 
RepC na NEPA 1764 



DESCRIPTORS: ♦Reactor fud rods, Graphite, 
♦Coatings, ♦Silicon compounds, ♦Carbides, Dioxides, 
Aluminum compounds. Silicates, Oxides, Vapor 
plating. I 

A method is described by which a silicon carbide 
coating is formed on graphite underbodies. A charge 
containing SIC and some refractory impurities such 
as AI2O3 and Si02, separately or in combination, is 
fired in the vicinity of the graphite underbody by 
inauction or resistance heating. By this means, silicon 
vapor is formed and caused 00 react widi the underbody 
to form SiC in place. Detailed drawings of the crucible 
assembly, graphs of some of tlie more important 
process variables, chemical and physical data on 
constituents used in the charge, {ideographs of the 
shapes of underbodies, and the overall appearance of 
the coating are shown. Advantages and disadvantages 
of the coating method are discussed. Some generaliza- 
tions concerning the type of coatings produced with 
the various compositions studied are also presented. 
(Author) 

PB-163 785 OTS $3.60 ' 

Nepa Div. , FalrcWld Engine and Airplane Corp. , 

Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
COATING GRAPHITE WITH SILICON AND WITH 
SILICON CARBIDE BY THE VAPOR DECCMPOSITION 
METHOD. Rept. for Apr 49-1 Jan 50 
F. Kertesz, H. C. Brassfield, and L. M. Doney. 
1 Aug 50, declassified 22 Jun 59. 38p refs 
Rept. na NEPA 1553 jj 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Reactor fuel rods, ♦Graphite, 
♦Coatings, ♦Silicon, ♦Silicon compounds, ♦Carbides, 
Chlorides, ♦Silanes, ♦Vapor plating. Oxidation. 

The conditions for coating graphite bodies with silicon 
by use of the vapor-decomposition method were in- 
vestigated. Silicon tetrachloride was used as the 
primary source of silicon. Experiments with odier 
volatile chlorides such as haxachlorodisllane and 
siDcochloroform were very successful, and the results 
obtained indicate that these compounds might be more 
satisfactory than silicon tetrachloride. The importance 
of various factors, such as the temperatures of the 
chloride and of the sample, the flow rate of the gases, 
the coating time, and cycling procedures, etc. , was 
investigated, and opdmum coating conditions were 
established. ■ The coated samples were subjected to 
an oxidation-resistance teat, and the results were 
encouraging. (Author) 



MATHEMATICS 



N63-22141 OnrS $2. 60 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
A TABLE OF INTEGRALS INVOLVING POWERS, 
EXPONENTIALS, LOGARITHMS, AND THE EX- 
PONENTIAL INTEGRAL 
Murray Geller. 1 Aug 63, 28p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
Technical rept. no. 32-469; NASA CR-51319 



LAMS- 2954 OTS $0.50 



\ 



Lo3 Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
COMPUTING THE CRITICAL FREQUENCIES CHF 
STEPPED SHAFTS 

Burton Wendroff . 19 Aug 63, 24p refs 
Coatraa W7405-eng-36 



N63-21897 OTS $2.25 

United Aircraft Corp. , Farmington, Conn. 
RESEARCH STUDY ON THE ACCELERATION 
HOXXJRAPH AND ITS APPLICATION TO SPACE 
TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS. Final rept. 
Sep 63, 90p refs 
Contraa NASw-565 
NASA Contraaor rept. CR-19 



Computing Devices 

HW-71570 OTS $1.00 

Hani&cd Atomic Products Opsration, Richland, Wash. 
AUTCMATIC PROCESSING OF TENSILE TEST 
DATA 

A. L. Bement, Jr. and L. D. Coffin. Jun 63, 42p 
ref 
Contraa AT(45- 1)1350 

UCRL-6637 OTS $2.60 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , U. of California, 

Livermore. 
METHODS OF SIMULATING PASSIVE NETWORKS OH 
ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS 
Benjamin H. Yates. 4 Oct 61, 24p refs 
Contraa W7405-eng-48 



N63-22162 OTS $2.00 

Lewis Research Center, National Aeronautics and 

Space Administration, Cleveland, Ohla 
A GENERAL IBM 704 OR 7090 COMPUTER PROGRAM 
FOR CCMPUTATION OF CHEMICAL EQUILIBRRJM 
COMPOSITIONS, ROCKET PERFORMANCE, AND 
CHAPMAN-JOUGUFT DETONATIONS. SUPPLEMENT 
I - ASSIGNED AREA-RATIO PERFORMANCE 
Sanford Gordon and Frank J. Zelenik. Oct 63, 82p 
2refs 
Technical note D-1737 



S-21 



ra-163 788 OTS $1.10 



N63-21730 OTS $2. 60 



[Numerical Analysis Research] U. of California, 

I.x>e Angeles. 
THEORY OF FILES 
Lione Ho Lombard!. [l960]7prefB 
Contract Nonr- 23324 
AD- 251 155 

DESCRIPTCmS: ♦Data processing systems. Computer 
logic, *Algebra8, Langxiage, •Numerical analysis, 
*I>rogramming (Computers). 

The theory of files is a tool for the logicomatbematical 
treatment of automatic non-numerical data processing 
pjroblems, such as machine accounting, information 
retrieval and mechanical translation of languages. The 
main result is the formulatlc« of a pimple jpattern to 
which the data flow of any infcrmatton processing 
procedure conforms, regardless of how many files are 
involved. The flow d each file can be controlled and 
coordinated with tne flow of the other files by means of 
five boolean parameters, called indicators. A 
specially designed Algebraic Business Language ex- 
ploits this result for the purpose erf programming 
digital data processing systems. Probes were made 
into the impact of the theory of files upon the logical 
design of digital information processing systems . 
(Author) 

ORNL-3447 OTS $0.50 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
A CDC- 1604 SUBROUTINE PACKAGE FOR MAKING 
LINEAR, LOGARITHMIC AND SEMILOGARITHMIG 
GRAPHS USING THE CALCOMP PLOTTER 
D. K. Trubey and M. B. Emmett. 1963, 15p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



N63- 12010 OTS $8.10 

Stanford Research Inst. , Mailo Park, Calif. 
NIMBUS DATA-HANDLING SYSTEM. Quarterly 
progress rept. no. 3 

R. M. Davis, M. G. H. Ugda, A. Macovski, J. J. 
Bialik, and A. R. Tobey. Oct 62, 81p refs 
Contract NAS5-1882 
SRI Proj. 3927 



MECHANICS 



AD- 290 820 OTS $1.60 

Institute of Aerophysica, U. of Toronto (Canada). 
REVIEW OF FATIGUE RESEARCH AT INSTITUTE- 
OF AERCXWfSlCS (MARCH 1959-MARCH 1962). - 
Final rept. 

E. D. Poppleton. Aug 62, 15p refs 
Coatraa AF 49(638)548 
UTIA Review no. 21 

DESCRIPTORS: *AliHninum alloys, •Fatigue 
(Mechanics), ♦Loading (Mechanics), Stresses. 

This review gives a brief description of an investiga- 
tion of the fatigue of aluminium alloy specimens under 
random axial louUng. (Author) 



Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
SOME EXACT SOLUTIONS OF THE PROBLEM OF 
AXISYMMETRIC BENDING OF THIN SPHERICAL 
SHELLS 

Harry B. Williams. 1 Apr 63, 26p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
Technical rept. no. 32-416; NASA CR-51259 



LA-2910 OTS $2.75 

Los Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
A METHOD FOR COMPUTING NONSTEADY, 
INCOMPRESSIBLE, VISCOUS FLUID FLOWS 
Jacob E. Fromm. May 63, 15^ refs 
Contract W7405-eng-36 

AD-403 089 OTS $3.60 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa 

(Canada). 
SOME REMARKS ON A THEORY OF CREEP- 
RUPTURE OF PRESSURE VESSELS 
G. R. Cowper. Jan 63, 34p refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR-370; N.R.C. no. 7304 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Pressure vessels, Cylindrical bodies, 
♦Creep, ♦Rupture, Stresses, Theory. Deformation. 

A theory of creep-rupture of thick -waUed cylindrical 
jjressure vessels due to Rimrott, Mills, and Marin, is 
put in a more conveniently applied form by introducing 
the concept of an effective stress . The theory is com- 
pared with available experimental data. Reasonable 
agreement is obtained in some cases, while in others 
better agreement is obtained with a modified form of 
the theory based on the Tresca flow rule. (Author) 

AD- 282 269 OTS $6.60 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa 

(Canada). 
STRESS CONCENTRATIONS AROUND SHALLOW 
SPHERICAL DEPRESSIONS IN A FLAT PLATE 
G. R. Cowper. 63p refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR -340; N.R.C. no. 6857 

DESCRIPTORS: •Flat plate models, •Stresses, 
•Loading (Mechanics), Elasticity, Mathematical 
analysis, Matrix algebra. Partial differential 
equations, Tables, Experimental data. 

A theoretical elastic stress analysis is given of an 
infinite flat plate which is loaded in uniaxial tension and 
which is weakened by two shallow spherical depressions 
cut symmetrically into each surface of the plate. Re- 
sults are presented in the form of (i) tabulated functions 
from which the stresses and stress gradients at any 
significant point can be calculated, and (li) graphs 

PB-163 849 OTS $1.60 

Watertown Arsenal Lab. , Mass. 
MECHANICAL TESTS: BEND TEST DEVICE FOR 
AUTOGRAPHIC REC0RE4NG OF LOAD-DEFLECTION 
MAGRAMS. Rept. on Evaluation Tests for Refractory 
Carbide Compacts 
D. E. Drlscoll, 3 Jun 48, 17p 
Rept. no. WAL 110/14 



S-22 



DESCRIPTORS: ♦Test equipment, *Exten8ometer8, 
Automatic, Recording systems. Loading (Mechanics), 
Deflection, Design, Operation, Mechanics, Powder 
mstallurgy. Carbides 

A bend test device has been developed and ccmstructed 
to autographically record load deflection diagrams at 
normal, elevated and low temperatures. The device 
can be used for the testing of any material where the 
total deflection of the specimen over the span used does 
not exceed 0. 75". The elastic modulus of a material 
can be determined within an accuracy of 5% by direct 
substitution in the standard beam formula of load and 
deflection values from the autographically recorded 
curve. This device permits normal testing to be accom - 
plished in approximately 3 minutes per specimen. 
(Author) 



Aerod)<namics and Pneumatics 



N63-22600OTS $0.50 



Ames Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Moffett Field, Calif. 
DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF HAMMERHEAD LAUNCH 
VEHICLES TO TRANSONIC BUFFETING 
Henry A. Cole, Jr. Oct 63, 13p refs Contains portions- 
of paper presented to the 7th Symp. of Ballistic 
Missile and ^ace Technol. , Air Force Acad. , Colo. , 
13- 16 Aug 1962 
Technical note D-1982 



N63-22117 OTS $1.00 



Flight Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Edwards, Calif. 
AER(X>YNAM1C AND CONTROL-SYSTEM CON- 
TRIBUTIONS TO THE X-15 AIRPlj^NE LANDING- 
GEAR LOADS 

Richard B. Noll, Calvin R. Jarvis, Chris Pembo, 
Wilton P. Lock, and Betty J. Scott. Oa. 63, 35p refs 
Technical note D-2090 






AD-4D1241 OTS $5.60 



Institute of Aerc^ysics, U. of Toronto (Canada). 
AERODYNAMIC INSTABILITY OF NQN-UFTTNG 
BODIES TOWED BENEATH AN AIRCRAFT 
Bernard Etkln and Jean C. Mackworth. Jan 63, 60p refs 
UTIA Technical note no. 65; N63- 14844 

DESCRIPTORS: •Towed bodies. Towing planes. 
Theory, Wind txmnel models, Model tests, Aero- 
dynamic configuration. Roll, Helicopters, Cargo, 
Stability, Aerodynamic characteristics. 

A theoretical and experimental (wind tunnel) investi- 
gation was made of the stability of a heavy body towed 
on a light cable beneath an aircraft. The theory showed 
the possible existence of a band of speeds within which 
the body is dynamically unstable, (swinging sideways). 
The experiments confirmed this prediction, and showed 
good agreement with the calculated values of the two 
critical speeds which bouna tne unstable region. The 
calculated and measured periods of oscillation also 
were in good agreement. (Author) 



AD-290 390 OTS $17.50 

Institute of Aercphysics, U. of Toronto (Canada) 
ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT, 1962 
Gordon N. Patterson. Oct 62, 274p 
N63-10601 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Superaerodynamics, *Pla8ma physics, 
♦Hypersonic flow. Noise, •Subsonic flow, •Aerospace 
craft, •Airframes, *SpaLce flight, •Shock waves, 
♦Buildings, Aerodynamic characteristics. 

Contents: 

Mechanics of rarefied gases 

Plasma dynamics 

Hypersonic gasdynamics 

Blast wave phenomena 

Aerodynamic noise 

Aerodynamics of subsonic vehicles 

Aerospace flight dynamics 

Structures 

Space research 

Surface interactions 

Industrial aerodynamics ^-^ 



AD- 285 453 OTS $7.60 

Institute of Aerophysics, U. of Toronto (Canada). 
ASYMMETRY OF ANNULAR JET FLOW IN GROUND 
PROXIMTIY. PART I: 60° INWARDLY INCLINED AN- 
NULAR JET HOVERING AT ZERO ANGLE OF AT- 
TACK 

W. J. Scott May 62, 71p refs 
UTIA Technical note no 61; N62-16434 

DESCRIPTORS: •Flying platforms. Aerodynamics, 
Pressure, Load distribution, Gas flow. Exhaust noz- 
zles. Jets, Stability (Longitudinal), Pitch, Thrust, Test 
methods, Model tests. Ground effect, •Ground effect 

machines. 

Flow visualization techniques were used to investigate 
the flow asymmetry in a 60^ Inwardly inclined annular 
jet, hovering in close proximity to the ground at zera 
aigle of attack. Flow patterns and pressure distribu- 
tions oa the ground board, nozzle bass and In the c&vity 
were obtained and are presented. The observed asym- 
metric flow patterns are discussed. The fbcussed Jet 
and a resonance phenomena were also investigated 
briefly. The annular jet flow was found to be asym- 
metric at nx)8t heights within the ground effect at zero 
angle of attack. This asymmetry produces a loss In 
base pressure thrust as well as an unstable pitching 
moment which Is responsible for the inherent instability 
and wobbling motion of hovering ground effect machines 
(Author) 



AD-290 393 OTS $11.00 

Institute of Aerophysics, U. of Toronto (Canada). 
CHARACTERISTICS OF A RECTANGULAR WING 
WITH PERIPHERAL JET IN GROUND EFFECT 
PART U 

James M. Davis May 62, 149p refs 
Contract AF 33(657)8451 
UTIA Technical note no. 59; N63- 10543 



S-23 



DESCRIPTORS: 'Wings, ♦Vertical tape-off planes. 
Aerodynamic configurations. Jets, Lift, Drag, Pitch, 
Aerodynamics, Thrust, Stability, Mathematical analy- 
sis, Wind tunnel m-xlels. Model tests, Take-off, Pres- 
sure, Flapjs, Flying platforms, Ground effect, 
•Ground effect machines. 

Lift, drag, and pitching moment of a rectangular wing 
with a peripheral jet in proximity to the ground were 
measured for various angles of attack, forward speeds, 

heights above ground and two jet -exit angles; i.e. both 
the leading and trailing edge jets (1) normal to the 
chordline and (2) thirty degrees back from the normal. 
Flow visualization tests on the groundboard were also 
carried out. The results indicate that little, if any, 
loss of lift occurs as the forward speed increases from 
the hovering nxxie. Considerable thrust augmentation 
was found at low heights above ground and negative 
angles of attack for jet configuration (1). The wing was 
found in general to be statically unstable about the mid- 
chord for all angles of attack, forward speeds and 
heights above ground. Neutral stability occured in 
hovering at practical heights above ground for the jet 
configuration at thirty degrees from the normal. A 
simplified estimate erf the ground run distance re- 
quired for a Getol vehicle with the measured wing char- 
acteristics to reach take-off speed was carried out for 
two heists above ground by considering the vehicle to 
have an installed thrust -to -weight ratio of 0.7. Short- 
est distances of 60D to 1200 feet resulted depenhing on 
the height above ground for the two jet configurations 
investigated. (Author) 

AD-401 242 GTS $10. 10 

Institute of Aerophysics, U. of Toronto (Canada). 
AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE 
SOUND GENERATED BY THIN STEEL PANELS EX- 
CITED BY TURBULENT FLOW (BOUNDARY LAYER 
NOISE) 

G. R. Ludwig. Nov 62, 124p refs 
Contract AF49(638)249; Grant AF-AFOSR 62-267; 
Grant DRff-9551-02 
UTIA rept. no. 87; N63-14834 

DESCRIPTORS: *Metal plates, 'Flat plate models, 
*Dpund, *Turbulent boundary layer, Steel, Fluid flow, 
Pressure, Acoustics, [>icts. Aerodynamic character- 
istics. Vibration, Experimental data. Turbulence, 
Noise 

The sound power radiated by a series of H" x 11" steel 
panels excited by fully developed turbulent channel flow 
has been studied. Four thicknesses of panel were used: 
.0015", .002", .004", and. 008". Two long, acous- 
tically quieted air ducts of 8" x 12" and 1" x 12" inside 
cross sections were used to provide the turbulent flow. 
The maximum flow speed at the duct center Une was 
about 180 feet per second. The acoustic efficiency, de- 
fined as radiated acoustic power divided by boundary 
layer friction power, has been calculated for the vari- 
ous panels. These efficiencies are compared to those 
of a jet and of a turbulent boundary layer on a rigid 
wall. For low subsonic Mach numbers and thin panels, 
the efficiencies attained were greater than that of a tur- 
bulent boundary layer on a rigid wall by at least a fac- 
tor of ten and greater than that ctf a jet by a factor of 
more than one hundred. Extra -polation erf the test data 
to include high subsonic Mach numbers and thicker 
panels suggests that the flexible panel mechanism for 
generating sound may prove relatively more efficient 
than the other two mechanisms over a fairly wide range 
of these parameters. (Author) s 



AD-290 391 OTS $2.60 

Institute of Aerophysics, U. of Toronto (Canada) 
GYROSTABILIZATION OF AN ELLIPTIC WING WITH 
PERIPHERAL JET HOVERING IN GROUND EFFECT 
jaan Liiva. Aug 62, 29p refs 
UTIA Technical note no. 60; N63- 10544 

DESCRIPTORS: •Flying platforms. Wings, Aerody- 
namics, Flight testing. Stabilization systems, Gyro 
stabilizers. Jets, Mathematical analysis, RoU, Htch, 
Damping, Theory, Ground effect, •Ground effect 
machines. 

Analogue confutations were performed to deteimine 
the effect of gyrostabilizatlon on a hovering wing of 
elliptic planform. The criterion for sufficient rotor 
momentum to provide stability at heights in the un- 
stable range of the undamped vehicle was found ana- 
lytically. A constant rotor momentum 12% higher than 
the above was used tiiroughout the computation. An 
initial disnarbance was introduced and the resulting 
behaviour of the vehicle was recorded by plotting 
angle of pitch against angle of roll, or bodi angles 
versus time. Three height r^mes were investigated; 
small heights where moments above both axes were 
stable; intermediate heights where the moment de- 
rivatives about the pitch and roll axes are of c^jposite 
signs; and greater heights where both moments were 
unstable. (Author) 

AD-401 240 OTS $5. 60 

Institute of Aerophysics, U. of Toronto (Canada). 
A NUMERICAL SOLUTION FOR THE FREE- 
MOLECULE IMPACT-PRESSURE PROBE RELATIONS 
FOR TUBES OF ARBITRARY LENGTH 
J. H. deLeeuw and D. E. Rothe. Dec 62, 58p refs 
Grants AF-AFOSR-62-98 and DRB-9551-02 
UTIA rept. no. 88, AFOSR-4694; N63- 14866 

DESCRIPTORS: •Probes (Electromagnetic), •Pilot 
txd)es, Molecules, Numerical analysis. Pressure 
gages, Angle of attack. Orifices, Computers, 
Programming (Computers), Probability, Pressure, 
Gas flow. 



AD-285 454 OTS $15.50 

Institute o€ Aerophysics, U. of Tor onto (Canada). 
PRANDTL-MEYER FLOW OF DISSOCIATED AND 

IONIZED Gases 

I. I. Glass andH. Kawada, Jun 62, 237p refs 
UTIA rept. no. 85; N62-1644I 

DESCRIPTC«S: •Hypersonic flow, •Shock waves, 
•Oxygen. ♦Nitrogen, ♦Argon, Air, Dissociation, Gas 
ionization. Chemical equilibrium. 

Prandtl-Meyer flows in oxygen, nitrogen, air and argon 
at high-temperatures have been computed for a number 
of cases that may be suitable for experimental investiga- 
tion in the UTIA 4 in. x 7 in. hyperveloclty shock tube. 
For the diatomic gases, the two extremes of complete 
chemical equilibrium and frozen vibration and dissocia- 
tion have been treated. For oxygen, the case of vibra- 
tional equilibrium for partially frozen flows has also 
been computed. For the monatomic gas, argon, the 
frozen ionization and the chemical equilibrium cases 
have been calculated. Estimates of the expeaed fringe 



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shifts in an interferometric investigation erf tne 
foregoing flows and at the expeaed chemical recom- 
bination lengths are included in appendices. It should 
be possible to obtain reasonable values of the recom- 
bination rate constants for dissociated and ionized 
gases from an interferometric study of Prandtl-Meyer 
flows. However, owing to the conflicting requirements 
between an adequate fringe shift and a reasonable 
relaxation length the interferometric measurements 
might prove to be quite difficult. An experimental 
verification is therefore desirable. (Author) 

N63-22I57 OTS $3.60 

Jet PropulsiOT Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
THE INFLUENCE OF SHAPE ON AERODYNAMIC 
DAMPING OF OSCILLATORY MOTION DURING MARS 
ATMOSPHERE ENTRY AND MEASUREMENT OF 
PITCH DAMPING AT LARGE OSCILLATION 
AMPLITUDES 

Bain Dayman, Jr. , James M. Braysbaw, Jr. , Duane A. 
Nelson, Peter Jaffe, and Terry L. Bahlneaux, 
28 Feb 63, 39p refs I j 

Contract NAS7- 100 I! 

Technical rept. no. 32-380; NASA CR-51421 



N63-22115 OTS $1.00 

Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
^Jace Administration, Langley Station, Va. 
EFFECTS OF CROSS -SECTION SHAPE ON THE 
LOW- SPEED AERODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF 
A LOW- WAVE-DRAG HYPER SONIC ^ BODY 
Bernard. ^)encer, Jr. and W. Pelham Phillips, Oct 63 
40p refs 
Technical note D-1963 



N63-22114 OTS $1.00 



Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Langley Station, Va. 

EVALUATION OF AN ELECTROMAGNETIC SHOCK 

TUBE FOR GENERATING STRONG SHOCKS IN AIR, 

James F. Roach, Oct 63, 39p refs 

Technical note D-1953 



N63-14247 repriced $2,50 



Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Langley Station, Va. 
STABIUTY AND CONTROL CHARACTERISTICS OF 
A 0.0667 -SCALE MODEL OP THE FINAL VERSION 
OF THE NORTH AMERICAN X-15 RESEARCH AIR- 
PL .\NE (CONFIGURATION 3) AT TRANSONIC 
SPEEDS 

Robert S. Osborne. Apr 63, 102p refs 
Technical mem-o X-758 



N63-22116 OTS $2.00 



Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Langley Station, Va. 

WIND-TUNNEL MEASUREMENTS OF PERFORMANCE. 

BLADE MOTIONS, AND BLADE AIR LOADS FOR 

TANDEM-ROTOR CONFIGURATIONS WITH AND 

WTTHOUT OVERLAP 

Robert J. Huston. Oct 63, 76p refs 

Technical note D-1971 s- 



AD-299 881 OTS $4.60 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa 
(Canada). 

THE BLAST WAVE ANALOGY FOR A HYPERSONIC 

SOURCE FLOW 

R. F. Meyer. Jan 63, 44p refs 

Aeronautical rept. LR-368; N. R. C. no. 7272 

DESCRIPTORS: •Hypersonic flow, •Shockwaves, 
Theory, Blunt bodies. Aerodynamic characteristics. 

A blast wave analogy for a blunt slender axlsymmetric 
body imrrtersed in a hypersonic source flow is devel- 
oped. The theory assumes only small departure from 
parallel flow within the region of interest, and com- 
parison with experiments also reported shows that it 
considerably underestimates the source flow effect on 
shock radius but is in fair agreement with the measured 
surfa<:e pressures. The theory includes Sakurai's 
second order blast wave theory as a special cai^e and 
the numerical results yield what is thoi^t to be a 
slightly more accurate value of y^. than that given 
by Sakurai for ths cylindrical blast wave. (Author) 

AD-286 370 OTS $6.60 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa 

(Canada). 
RECENT WORK IN SWIRUNG INCOMPRESSIBLE 
FLOW 

I. S. Gartshore. Jun 62, 6lp refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR-343; N. R. C. no. 6968 

DESCRIPTORS: •Fluid flow, ^Incompressible flow, 
•Vortices, Scientific research. Turbulent flow, 
Rotation, Boundary layer. 

Some recent work in swirling incompressible flow is 
reviewed, and a few published applications of the work 
are noted. An extension of an investigation of laminir 
free mixing with awirl ia presented as an explanation 
of the "vortex breakdown" phenomsnon. (Author) 

AD-404 762 OTS $6. 60 

National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa (Canada). 
WING-SUBMERGED LIFTING FAN EXPERIMENTS: 
AN EXTENSION OF PREVIOUS N.A.E. WIND 
TUNNEL INVECTIGATIONS 

N. V. McEachern and R. L. Wardlaw. Feb 63, 62p 
refs 
Aeronautical rept. LR-371; N. R.C. no. 7315 

DESCRIPTORS: •Wind tunnel models, ♦Wing-body 
configurations, •Ducted fans, Reynolds number. Drag, 
Pitch (Motion), Lift, Measurement, Angle of attack. 
Aerodynamic characteristics. Tests. 

Extensive measurements of lift, drag and mcwnent on 
a two-dimensional wing with a submerged lifting fan 
are presented. The data obtained at high advance 
ratios show that abrupt changes in incremental forces 
can be expected (lift and pitching moment decreasing, 
and drag increasing). The use of chordwise lower 
surface fences to improve the aerodynamic charac- 
teristics at low speeds was explored; three pairs of 
fences were investigated and found ineffective. The 
measurements show that Reynolds number effects are 
smaller than suggested by previous N. A. E. 
experiments. (Author) 



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Hydrodynamics, Hydraulics, and Hydrostatics 



PB-163 815 OTS $6.60 

Michigan U. Coll. of Engineering, Ann Arbor. 
RESEARCH IN RESISTANCE AND PROPULSION. 
PART II. STREAMUNE CALCULATIONS FOR 
SINGULARITIES DISTRIBUTED ON THE LONGITUDI- 
NAL CENTERPLANE 

Tetsuo Takahei, Finn C. Michelsen, Hun Choi Kim, 
and Nils Salvesen. Feb 63, 68p refs 
Contract MA -2564, T.O. 1 
Rept. no. 04542-2-F 

DESCRIPTC«S: 'Marine engineering. 'Ship hulls, 
♦Hydrodynamics, *Mathematical models, Digital 
computers. Programming (Comjxiters), Numerical 
analysis, Propulsioa. 

I - 
A computer program was written for the problem of 
determining the hull form produced by a given singu- 
larity distribution defined on the longitudinal center 
plane. The program is based on the Runge-Kutta fourth 
order method in solving the differential equations of the 
stream Unes. Results indicate the number at subdi- 
visions required to meet a specified degree of accuracy. 
The program admits rather general forms of the 
singularity dlstributicxi functions. A computer program 
was also written for the purpose of determining the 
two-dimensional singularity distribution for a given 
shape of the water line. Applied to a Series-60 set of 
lines the three-dimensional effea erf truncation has 
been investigated and found to be substantial. (Author) 

PB-163 816 OTS $5.60 

Michigan U. Coll. of Engineering, Ann Arbar. 
RESEARCH IN RESISTANCE AND PROPULSION. 
PART III, BLOCKAGE CORRECTION IN A SHIP 
MODEL TOWING TANK AND SCALE EFFECT ON 
PRC«»ULSIVE PARAMETERS. Final rept. 
Hun Choi Kim, James L. Moss, and R. B. Couch. 
Mar 63, 54p refs 
Contract MA -2564 
Rept. no. 04542-3-F - 

DESCRIPTCmS: 'Marine engineering, •Hydrodynamics, 
*Ship models. Model tests. Model basins, Hydrody- 
namic configurations, Tests, Prc^ulsion. 

The most important parameter governing the blockage 
effect is that of blockage ratio. Blockage ratio is 
simply defined as the ratio of the maximum cross 
seaional area of the model to that of the towing tank. 
The lower limit of blockage ratio below which the 
blockage effea has normally been considered to be 
negligible is 0.006. Results of experimentation indi- 
cate however, that in addition to blockage ratio both 
the speed-length ratio and the block-coefficient play 
an important role in the determination of the blockage 
effect. At the inception of self -propulsion testing, the 
model sizes were chosen to be 14 feet, in order to 
avoid serious scale effea on the propeller perform- 
ance. The first three self -propulsion tests were made 
with Series 60 forms of block-coefficients C^s. .60, 
. 75, and . 80. The blockage ratio for these models 
ranged from .0072 to .0100. (See also PB-163 815) 



PB-163 817 OTTS $5.60 

Michigan U. Coll. of Engineering, Ann Arbor. 
RESEARCH IN RESISTANCE AND PROPULSION. 
PART IV. STUDIES ON WAVE INTERFERENCE OF 
MATHEMATICAL HULL FORMS WITH LARGE BOW 
BULBS. Final rept. 

Tetsuo Takahei, Finn C. Michelsen, andR. B. Couch. 
Apr 63, 60p refs 
Contraa MA -2564 
Rept. no. 04542-4-F 

DESCRIPrORS: 'Marine engineering, 'Ship hulls, 
•Hydrodynamics, Hydrodynamic configurations. 
Ship models, Model tests. Mathematical models. 
Analysis, Ship struaural components, Propulsion. 

A comprehen8i"e experimental and theoretical study 
has been made of the wave-resistance char aaeri sties 
of the cosine hull forms associated with bow bulbs. 
These hull forms have previously been investigated by 
Inui in Japan. The curient study, which is based on 
larger modsls, ccanfirms, in general, results obtained 
by him. In addition new conditions of hull and bulb 
shapes have been investigated. (Author) (See also 
PB 163 816) 

Y-DA-26 OTS $1.60 

Union Carbide Nuclear Co. , Oak Ridge, Tenn". 
MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF HYDROSTATIC 
BEARINGS 

J. B. Richards. 6 Apr 62, I6p 
Contraa W7405-eng-26 
y-I2 



METALLURGY 



ANL-6677 OTS $5.00 

Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
METALLURGY DIVISION. Annual rept. for 1962. 
1963 501p refs 
Contract W3l-109-eng-38 



BNL-6051 OTS $2. 60 

Brookhaven National Lab. , Upton, N. Y. 
RADIATION AND ATOMIC REARRANGEMENT IN 
ALLOYS 

A. C. Damask. 19 Jun 62, 28p refs 
Contract AT(30-2)GEN-16 



PB-163 806 OTS $14.00 

General Electric Co. , Cincinnati, Ohio. 
PROCEDURE FOR EVALUATION OF COATED RE- 
FRACTORY ALLOYS. Final rept., Apr 61-30 May 62 
M. A. Levinstein and J. D. Marble. Oct 62, 205p 
refs 

Contract AF33(616)8154 
ASD-TDR -[621-783 

DESCRIPTXDRS: •Heat resistant metals and alloys, 
•Molybdenum alloys, ♦Niobium alloys, •Coatings, •Re- 
fractory coatings. Oxidation, Mechanical properties, 
Stresses, Thermal stresses. Metallography, Hardness. 



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Procedures for the evaluation of coated molybdenum 
and columbium alloys were investigated. A simple cor- 
rugated specimen was designed to determine the appli- 
cability of current coatings to a fabricated structure. 
Coated specimens were oxidation tested at 2500'%' up to 
10 hours, and sectioned for metallographic examination 
and hardness determination. Dynamic oxidation tests 
were conducted using a gas-fired flame tunnel and a 
plasma test stand. Effects of the coatings and elevated 
temperature exposure on basis metal properties were 
established by combined stress, fatigue, and tensile 
tests. Coatings from six souroes were investigated on 
the program. Based on the results obtained recom- 
mendations are made for the standardization of the 
applicability specimen and combined stress testing 
along with other mechanical tests for the evaluation 
of coated refractory metals. (Author) 



HW-78574 OTS $0.75 



Hanford Atomic Products Operation, Richland, Wash. 
DISSIMILAR METAL WELDS OF CERTAIN SUPER- 
ALLOYS AlO STAINLESS STEELS. 
R. L. Knecht. Aug 63, 24p refs 
Contract AT(45- 1)1350 



HW-SA-2559 OTS $3.60 



Hanford AtonUc Produas Operation, Richland, Wash. 
EFFECT OF GAS PRESSURE ABOUT ATMOSPHERIC 
ON RATE OF ETCHING AND SURFACE ROUGHNESS 
OF CATHODICALLY ETCHED METAL SURFACES 
Thomas B. Correy. 28 May 62, 35p refs 
Contraa AT(45-l)1350 



HW-77954 OTS $3. 50 



Hanford Atomic Products Operation, Ridiland, Wash. 
METALLURGY RESEARCH OPERATION. Quarterly 
progress rept. Apr -Jun 63. 
15 Jul 63, 248p refs 
Contract AT(45-1)1350 



N63-22110OTS $1.75 



Lewis Research Center, National Aeronautics and 

^ace Administration, Cleveland, Ohio 
ALLOYING EFFECTS ON TUNGSTEN- FIBER- 
REINFORCED COPPER-ALLOY OR HIGH-TEMPERA- 
TURE-ALLOY MATRIX COMPOSITES 
Donald W. Petrasek and John W. Weetwu Oct 63, 68prefa 
Technical note D- 1568 



N63-22112 OTS $1.25 



Lewis Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Sjpace Administration, Cleveland, Ohio. 
STRESS- STRAIN BEHAVIOR OF TUNGSTEN- FIBER- 
REINFORCED COPPER COMPOSITES 
David L. McDaniels, Robert W. Jech, and John W. 
Weeton. Oct 63, 45p refs 
Technical note D-1881 



LAMS-2952 OTS $0. 50 

Los Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
THE SOLUBILITY OF SELECTED ELEMENTS IN 
LIQUID PLUTONIUM. IL TANTALUM 
D. F. Bowersox. 18 Jul 63, lip refs 
Contract W7405-eng-36 

TID-I8626 OTS.$1.60 

Massachusetts Inst, of Tech, , Cambridge. 
PHYSICAL METALLURGY OF UNCOMMON METALS. 
Final rept. 

Robert E. Ogilvie and J<*n T. Norton. 1 Mar 63. ISp 

refs 

Contract AT(30-1)981 



PB-163 850 OTS $2.60 

Naval Research Lab. , Washington, D. C. 
INFLUENCE OF SPEED OF DEFORMATION ON 
STRENGTH PROPERTIES IN THE POST LOWER 
YIELD STRESS-STRAIN CURVE OF MILD STEEL. 
Progress rept." no. 2 

J. M. Krafft and A. M. Sullivan. 9 Dec 6Ci, 23p refs 
Contract NObs - 72047 

Ship Structture Committee Serial no. SSC-127: 
AD-24? 356 

DESCRIPTORS: •Steel, •Deformation, Stresses, 
Sensitivity, Microstructure, Elasticity, Plasticity, 
Photographic analysis, Failure (Mechanics), Mechan- 
ical properties, Test equipment. Theory. 

Tne essence of the correlation procedure attempted 
here is to associate the average strain-rate sensitivity 
in plastic flow with the growth spsed of the individual 
plastic zone. Flow is considered to bs accomplished 
by a continuing series xrf yield initiations in the elastic 
stress field of such a zone. The non-linear relationship 
tetween upper yield stress and stress rate suggests 
that rate sensitivity will increase directly with zone ve- 
locity or inversely with the density of operative zones 
Zone dsnsity is thought to vary as a function of both 
strain and strain rate. The influence of the speed of 
lower yield strain on the distribution of operative slip 
bands accounts for observed deviations from an equa- 
tion of state. (Author) 



Structural Metallurgy and Corrosion 



PB-163 804 OTS $10. 50 

Electrochemistry Lab. , U. of Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia. 
HYDROGEN EVOLUTIC»J: THE EFFECT OF SUR- 
FACE CONCENTRATION. Final rept. 
J. O'M Brockris and M. A. V. Devanathan. [1962] 
I36p refs 
Contract Nonr-551(22) 

DESCRIPTORS: •Hydrogen embrittiement, 'Corrosive 
gases, Hydrogen, Production, Absorption, 'Electrodes, 
Films, 'Silver, '.Nickel, 'Copper, 'Iron, Membranes, 
'Electrochemistry. 



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It is shown that ttie mechanism of the hydrogen evolution 
reaction is rate -determining discharge followed by 
Tafel recombination at low overpotential, and electro- 
chemical desorption at high overpotentials ( > 600 mv). 
These conclusions are in harmony with the findings of 
Frumkin (1957), who used a quaKtative method erf 
establishing the mechanism, by observing the increase 
or decrease of overpotential at constant current when 
additional amounts of hydrogen are introduced by 
permeadcn. (Author) 



GEAP-4181 OTS $2.75 

General Electric Co. , San Jose, Calif. 
SODIUM MASS TRANSFER: IV. 1962 CORROSION 
SAMPLE DATA 

L. E. Pohl, comp. Jaift3, 159p 
Contract AT(04'-3)189 



LAMS -2948 OTS $0.75 

Los Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
COMPATIBILITY EVALUATION OF MATERL^LS 
WITH CESIUM 

Edward S. Keddy. Aug 63, 28p 
Contract W7405-eng-36 



PB-163 836 OTTS $1. 6Q 

Naval Engineering Experiment Station, Annapolis, Md. 
CORROSION AND STRESS-CORROSION PROPERTIES 
OF NONHEAT-TREATABLE ALUMINUM ALLOYS IN 
MARINE ENVIRONMENTS 
Frank Sutton, 12 Jun 61, 20p refs 
Research and Development repc 910037L 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Aluminum alloys, Magnesium alloys. 
Chromium alloys. Manganese alloys. Welds, 
•Corrosion, Stresses, ♦Sea water. 

Results of long-term marine corrosion and stress- 
corrosion tests are reported for a series of high- 
strength, nonheat- treatable aluminum aUoys. Partial 
immersion tests of 5083, 5086, 5154, and 5356 alloys 
in the 0, HI 4, and H34 tempers revealed excellent 
corrosion resistance. Complete immersion tests of 
welded and nonwelded 5083-H113, 5086-H34, 
5154-H34, and 5356- HI 12 alloys revealed good resist- 
ance and immunity to stress corrosion. Marine 
atmosphere tests of a series of experimental Al-Mg 
and Al-Mg-Mn-Cr alloys revealed susceptibility to 
stress -corrosion cracking in the alloys containing over 
5% Mg, particularly in the quarter-hard temper. 
(Author) 

ORNL-3131 OTS $2.75 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
IN-PILE LOOP CORROSION EXPERIMENTS WITH 
URANYL SULFATE SOLUTIONS AT 235 AND 250OC 
G. H. JenksandJ. E. Baker. 1963, 149p refs 
Contraa W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3099 OTS $1.75 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
IN-PILE RADIATION CORROSION EXPERIMENTS 
WITH ZIRCONIUM, TITANIUM, AND STEEL 
ALLOYS IN 0.I7mUO2SO4 SOLUTIONS AT 280OC 
G. H. Jenks and J. E. Baker. 1961, 70p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



P8- 163 769 OTS $4.60 

Rock Island Arsenal Lab, , 111. 
WATER DISPLAQNG RUST PREVENTIVES. II: SUR- 
FACE ACTIVE AGENTS IN RELATION TO WATER 
DISPLACEMENT. Rept.no. 10 on Improved Test Methods 
for Rust Preventive Compounds 
D. Bootzin. 14 Jun 49, 48p refs 
RIA Lab. no. 49-320; ATI -205 247 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Corrosion, ♦Corrosion inhibition, 
♦Surface -active substances. Chemical compounds, 
water. 

Ei^ty-ihree surface active agents grouped according 
to ionic activity were screened as suitable water dis- 
placing additives employing the water displacement 
test. The satisfactory agents were further tested with 
added water to note whether presence of water would affect 
their water -displacing abilitv The agents passing the 
previous two tests were used for determining their 
least effective concentration by progressive dilutions 
with Stoddard solvent. (Author) 



NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND 
NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY 

ANL-6756 OTS $0.50 

Argonne National Lab., 111. 
CALCULATIONS OF YIELDS OF PRODUCTS IN 
HIGH -FLUX NEUTRON IRRADIATIONS OF HEAVY 
ELEMENT SAMPLES 

J. Milsted, P. R. Fields, and D. N. Metta. Aug 63. 
23p refs * ' 

Contract W3l-109-eng-38 

APDA-154 OTS $1.50 

Atomic Power Development Associates, Inc. , 

Detroit, Mich. 
FAST REACTOR FUEL CYCLE COSTS AND 
TEMPERATURE COEFFIQENTS OF REACTIVITY 
FOR Pu02-SS AND Pu02-U02 

J. J. Edwards, E. A. Fischer, W. H. Jens, J. B. Nims, 
and R. G. Palmer. 25 Apr 63, 66p refs 
Contract AT(1 1-1)865 

BNL-6166 OTS $4.60 

Brookhaven National t^ab. , Upton, N. Y. 
THE Pb X-RAYS THAT ACCOMPANY Po210 DECAY. 
MEASUREMENT OF THE M PHOTON YIELD. AND 
THEORY 

WUliam Rubinson. 19 Jun 62, 46p refs 
Contract AT(30-^GEN-16 



S-28 



HW-77871 OTS $1.50 



Hanford Atomic Products Operation, Richland, Wash. 
PHYSICS RESEARCH QUARTERLY REPORT, APRIL- 
JUNE, 1963. 
15 Jul 63, 6lp refs 
Contract AT(45- 1)1350 



HW -68600 30 OTS $0. 50 



Hanford Atomic Products Operation, Richland, Wash. 
PLUTONIUM ABSTRACTS. Volume 3, no. 8. 1 Sep 63, 
lOp refs 
Contract AT(45- 1)1 350 



HW-68600 31 OTS $0.50 



Hanford Atomic Products Operation, Richland, Wash. 
PLUTONIUM ABSTRACTS. Volume 3, no, 9, 1 Oct 63, 
1 Ip refs 
Contract AT(45- 1)1350 



NMI-2807 OTS $Z75 



Nuclear Metals, Inc, , Concord, Mass. 
THE STUDY OF BETA TREATMENT OF URANIUM. 
Summary rept. 

R. B. Russell and A. K. Wdff. 1 Apr 63, 148p refp 
Contract AT(30- 1)2748 



ORNL-3457 OTS $0. 75 



Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
THE DEPTH -DOSE DISTRIBUTION PRODUCED IN A 
SPHERICAL WATER-FILLED PHANTOM BY THE 
INTERACTIONS OF A 160-MeV PROTON BEAM 
F. C. Maienschein and T. V. Blosser. 1963, 42p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3467 OTS $0.75 



Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
A PERTURBATION METHOF FOR SOLVING THE 
ANGLE DEPENDENT NUCLEON -MESON CASCADE 
EQUATIONS 

R. G. Alsmiller, Jr. andP. S, Alsmlller. [1963] 
31p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3466 OTS $2.00 



Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
TABULATED VALUES OF SCATTERED GAMMA- RAY 
FLUXES IN WATER INTERPOLATED FROM 
MOMENTS METHC© CAIXULATIONS, 
D. K. Trubey. 1%3, 82p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3472 OTS $2.50 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
THERMONUCLEAR DIVISION. SemTannual progress 
rept, for period ending 30 Apr 63 
1963, 139p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 
N63-19842 



CU(PNPL)-227 OTS $2,75 

Pegram Nuclear Physics Labs. , Columbia U, , 

New York, 
PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE ON UTILIZA- 
TION OF MULTIPARAMETER ANALYZERS IN 
NUCLEAR PHYSICS, HELD AT GROSSINGER, N. Y. , 
NOVEMBER 12-15, 1962 
L. J. Lidofsky, ed. Jun 63, 185p refs 
NYO- 10595 



Elementary Particles 



IS-429 OTS $1.60 

Institute for Atomic Research, Iowa State U. ctf 

Science and Tech. , Ames 
Q Z CORRECTION TO THE BETHE-MAXIMON PAIR 
PRODUCTION CROSS SECTION 
David S. Moroi and C. L. Hammer. 21 Mar 62, 13p 
refs 
Contract W7405-eng-82 

UCRL-10089(Rev.) OTS $1.60 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , U. erf California, Berkeley. 
SEARCH FOR A FOUR-PION RESONANCE, AND 
SOME DECAY MCOES OF THE p ANDojMESSONS 
Nguyen-Huu Xuong and Gerald R. Lynch. 12 Feb 62, 
15p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 



ORNL-3429 OTS $1.75 



^ 



Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
A FORTRAN PROGRAM FOR CALCULATING THE 
SCATTERING OF NUCLEONS FROM A NONLOCAL 
OPTICAL POTENTIAL 
F. G. Perey. 1962, 67p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



Instruments and Installations 



ANL-6760 OTS $2. Z5 

Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
MnSo COINCIDENCE COUNTING FACILITY 
A. DeVolpi, K. G. A. Porges, and R. N. Larsen, 
Aug 63, 114p refs 
Contract W31-109-eeg-38 



S-29 



ANL-6759 OTS SO. 75 

Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
THE PLUTONIUM AEROSOL MONITORING PROGRAM 
AT ANL-IDAHO FAdLITIES 
P. G. Stodda'rt. Jul 63, 34p refs 
Contract W31-109-eng-38 



UCRL-10163 OTS $1.60 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , U. of California, Berkeley. 
MEASUREMENT OF RADIATION FIELD AROUND 
HIGH -ENERGY ACCELERATORS 
AlanR. Smith. Apr 62, I4p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 



C»^PU-63-30-9 OTS $1. 60 

Savannah River Lab. , Aiken, S. C. 
CALIBRATION OF RADIATION MONITORING 
INSTRUMENTS 

D, B. Zippier. 29 Apr 63, 13p 
Contract AT(a7- 2)1 ,, 



NAA-SR-8263 OTS $0.50 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, Calif 
MAGNETIC PULSE SWAGING OF APM-U02 FUEL 
RODS 

E. C. Supan. 30 Sep 63, 2lp refs 
Contract AT(ll-lXJEN-8 



ANL-6765 OTS $0. 50 

Argonne National Lab. , UL 
A STUDY OF THE CORRELATION BETWEEN HAND 
AND WRIST EXPOSURES 
W. E. Bleiler and W. B. Grant. Aug 63, 9p 
Contract W3l-109-eng- 38 
N63-21390 



HW-76351(Rev. ) OTS $0.50 

Hanford Atomic Products Operation, Richland, Wash. 
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING MONITORING SYSTEM, 
M, O. Rankin and W, G. Spear. 1 Aug 63, 20p refs 
Contract AT(45- 1)1350 



HW-78274 OTS $0.75 

Hanford Atomic Produas Op2fation, Richland, Wash. 
RADIATION SHIELDING PROGRAM AT HANFORD 
W. L. Bunch. 15 Aug 63, 23p refs 
Contract AT(45-1)1350 



TID-14178(SuppLl) OTS $1.25 
Laboratories for Applied Sciences, U. of Chicago, 

m. 

GAMMA -SCATTERING DENSITY METERS: FIELD 
TRL^LS IN COAL. Final rept, 
R. A. Semmler. Mar 63, 47p 
Contract ATXIl- 1)71 2 



UCRL-10081 OTS $2.60 



^ 



LA-2940 OTS $0.50 

Los Alamo3 Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
TWO-METER MACH-ZEHNDER INTERFEROMETER 
FOR PLASMA DENSITY MEASUREMENTS 
W. H. Borkenhagen, F. L. Ribe, and G. A. Sawyer. 
1 Jul 63, 22p refs 
Coaract W7405-eng-36 



LAMS- 2956 OTS $0.50 

Los Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
A VERSATILE CATHODIC ETCHER 
John W. Ward. Apr 62, 18p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-36 



TID-18397 OTS $3. 60 

Michigan U. , Ann Arbor. 
A CONSTRUCTION FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF 
COLLIMATOR PERFORMANCE 
J. M. Carpenter. 5 Apr 63, 37p 
Contract AT(1 1-1)917 



ORNL-3490 OTS $2.00 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
APPUED HEALTH PHYSICS ANNUAL REPORT FOR 
1962 

J. C. Hart, ed. 1963, 76p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



Nuclear Engineering gnd Power 



/ 



Lawrence Radiation Lab., U. d California, Berkeley. 
GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND OPERATING CHAR- 
ACTERISTICS OF THE BERKELEY 88-INCH .. 
CYCLOTRON 

Elmer L. Kelly. 26 Apr 62, 23p refs 
Contraa W7405-eng-48 

UCRL-6878 OTS $1.60 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , U. of California, 

Livermore . 
HIGH-PRESSURE HEUUM-XENON GAS SCINTIL- 
LATOR 

Bryan D. Walker and Raymond Gold. 12 Apr 62, 15p 
refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 

UCRL-7067 CTTS $2.60 

L>awrence Radiation Lab. , U. of California, 

Livermore. 
INCREASING THE UGHT COLLECTION EFFICIENCY 
OF SaNTILLATION COUNTERS 
CM. Ankenbrandt andE. M. Lent. 1 Oct 62, 25p 
refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 S-30 



ORNL-3492 OTS $3.00 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
HEAJJH PHYSICS DIVISION. Annual progress rept. 
for period ending 30 Jun 63 
[1963] 244p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 

ORNL-TM-550 OTS $1.60 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
SOURCE-STRENGTH AND LONG -COUNTER -RE- 
SPONSE CALIBRATIONS AT THE BSF 300-KEV 
ACCELERATOR 

E. G. Silver. 8 Apr 63, Up 
Contract W7405-eng-26 

ORNL-3431 OTS $2. 00 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
A STRONG -FOCUSING CYCLOTRON WITH SEPA- 
RATED ORBFTS 

F. M. Russell. Jan 63, 77p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



ANL-6656 OTS $2.25 



Argonne National Lab. , III. 
BASIC MATERIAL RESULTING FRCM ANL ROCKET 
STUDY 

C. Cohn, G. Golden, B. Hoglund, W, Loewenstein, 
and G. Rosenberg. May 63, 1 15p refs 
Contract W3l-109-eng-38 



ANL-6745 OTS $2.75 



Argonne National Lab. , Ell. 
THE BIOLOGICAL IRRADIATICW FACILrrY ("JANUS" 
REACTOR). DESIGN MANUAL 

W. H. McCoAle, A. W. Pierce, and D. C. Thompson. 
Jun 63, I68p refs 
Contract W3l-109-eng-38 



TID- 16203 OTS $2.60 



Argonne National Lab. , til. 
DISASSEMBLY OF A HIGH LEVEL PLUTONIUM 
GLOVE BOX SYSTEM 
James E. Johnson. May 62, 27p refs 
Contract W3l-109-eng-38 
UAC-6414 



ANL-6780 OTS $1.50 



Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
REACTOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. Progress r^t. 
for Aug 63. 

R. M. Adams and A. Glasaner, coord. 15 Sep 63, 
62p refs 
Contract W31-109-eng-38 



ANL-6784 OTS $2.00 



/ 



Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
REACTOR DEVELOTMENT PROGRAM. Progress 
rept. for Sep 63. 

R. M. Adams and A. Glassner, coord. 15 Oct 63, 
80p refs 
Contract W31-109-eng-38 



ANL-6689 OTS $2.00 



Argonne National Lab. , til. 
ZERO-POWER EXPERIMENTS WITH BOILING CORE 
B-1, BORAX-V ^ 



Jun 63, 83p refs 
Contract W31-109-eng-38 



WAPD-T-1278 OTS $5.60 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab. , Pittsburgh, Pa. 
NONLINEAR EFFECTS IN XENON SPATIAl. 
OSaLLATIONS 

S. G. Margolis and S. Kaplan. Feb 61, 54p refs 
Contraa AT(11-1X3EN-14 



WAPD-TM-312 OTS $1.50 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab. , Pittsburgh, Pa. 
PLASTIC- SASS. A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR 
STRESSES AND DEFLECTIONS IN A REACTOR 
SUBASSEMBLY UNDER THERMAL, HYDRAUUC, 
AND FUEL EXPANSION LOADS 
C. M. Friedrich. May 63, 6lp refs 
CcHitract AT(11-1)GEN-14 



WAPD-TM-390 OTS $1.75 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab. , Pittsburgh, Pa. 
SHIPPINGPORT ATCMIC POWER STATION OPERATING 
EXPERIENCE, DEVELOPMENTS, AND FUTURE 
PLANS 

J. T. Stiefel, H. Feinroth, and G. M. Oldham 
(Duquesne Light Co.) Apr 63, 6f7p refs 
Contract AT(11-1)GEN-14 



GA-2630 OTS $4. 60 

General Atomic Div. , General Dynamics Corp. , 

San Diego, Calif. 
CARBON TRANSPORT AND CORROSION IN HIGH- 
TEMPERATURE GAS-COOLED REACTORS 
L. R. Zumwalt, R. D. Bumette, and A. B. Riedinger. 
12 Apr 62, 44p refs 
Contract AT(04-3)314 



GEMP-27A OTS $1.25 

General Electric Co. , Cincinnati, Ohio. 
HIGH^TEMPERATURE MATERIALS PROGRAM. 
Progress rept no. 27, Part A. 30 Sep 63, 50p refs 
Contract AT(40- 1)2847, 



GEMP-79 OTS $0.50 

General Electric Co. , Cincinnati, Ohio. 
REACTOR INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL. 
Progress rept. no. 79, 1 Jul-Sl Aug 63. 30 Sep 63, 
25p refs 
Contract AT(40- 1)2847 



S-31 



N63- 17429 OTS $0.50 

General Electric Co. , Pleasanton, Calif. 
NOTES ON LIQUID METAL STUDIES IN FRANCE 
AND GREAT BRITAIN 
LeoF. Epstein. Jun 63, 19p refs 
Contract NASr-108 
Technical memo no. X-884 [ 



GEAP-4226 OTS $1.00 

General Electric Co. , San Jose, Calif. 
CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF A 565 MW(e) FAST 
CERAMIC REACTOR 

H. E. Dodge, W. W. Kendall, W. A. Sangster. and 
A. G. Silvester. Apr 63, 40p refs 
Contract AT(04-^189 



HW-62762 Available on Loan from OTS 

Hanford Atomic Produas Operation, Richland, Wash 
IRRADIATION OF DEFECTED UO2 SWAGED ROD. 
Preliminary rapt. 
J. L. Bates. 12 Oct 59, 6p 
Contraa AT(45- 1)1350 



HW-78118 OTS $2.75 

Hanford Atomic Products Operation, Richland, Wash. 
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS EXE- 
CUTED FOR THE DIVISION OF REACTOR DEVELOP- 
MENT. Quarterly progress rapt. Jan-Mar 63 
M. M. Hendrickstm, ad and J. K. Green, ed. Apr 63, 
I49p refs 
Contract AT(45 - 1)1350 



AD-291 535 OTS $6.60 

Institute of A erophysics, U. of Toronto (Canada). 
SOME EXPERIMENTS ON THE USE OF LARGE 
GLASS PANELS AS EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF 
DIAPHRAGMS. 

I. J.'Billington, R. F. Favreau, I. I. Glass, and 
L. E. Heuckrah. Aug 62, 68p refs 
UTIA Technical note no. 62 

DESCRIPTORS: *Nuclear power plants, Power reactors,. 
•Reactor safety systems, *Diaphragm8 (Mechanics), 
•Glass, Panels (Struaural), •Explosion effeas, Blast. 

Two series erf experiments have been conducted to 
assess the breaking characteristics of a proposed glass 
pressure relief diaphragm and the operating charac- 
teristics of the associated shattering mechanism for the 
NPD-2 nuclear reaaor boiler room, in the case of a 
potential heavy-water steam explosion resulting from a 
coolant line failure. In one set of tests a Ramset gun 
was used to shatter small scale glass panels under a 
small initial pressure loading. The experiments showed 
that the overall time constant of the firing and the break- 
ing processes was too long to provide adequate pressure 
relief in the case of a severe emergency in the boiler 
room. Consequently, a second set of tests was con4| 
ducted in which larger glass panels were shattered by a 
net of primacord explosive attached to the face of the 
panel. The data indicated that for the present panels a 



very satisfactory breaking performance and negligible 
resistance to subsequent outflow could be achieved in 
less than a millisecond. The results may have other 
useful applications where large pressure relief 
diaphragms are required. (Author) 

N63-21732 OTS $2.60 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
ANALYSIS OF HETEROGENEOUS REACTORS CON- 
TAINING MODERATING FUEL ELEMENTS 
Andre Jacques Tesnlere. 28 Feb 63, 24p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
Technical rept no. 32-333; NASA CR-51308 

LAMS-2973 OTS $0.50 

LoB Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
LAMPRE PROGRAM. Quarterly status rept. for period 
ending 20 Aug 63 on Lampre Program. 
Sep 63, 17p 
Contract W7405-eng-36 



LA-2854 OTS $1.75 

Los Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
THE WATER BOILER REACTOR. Status rept. 
Merle E. Bunker. Feb 63, 72p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-36 

MND-M-2935(Vol. II) OTS $4. 00 

Martin -Marietta Corp. , Baltimore, Md. 
PM-1 NUCLEAR POWER PLANT PROGRAM. VOL- 
UME IL PLANT PERFORMANCE STUMES. Final 
periodic rept. 1 Sep -31 Dec 62. 
Apr 63, 31 9p refs 
Contract AT( 30 -1)2345 



ORNL-3379 OTS $1.25 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
AN ANALYTICAL MCOEL FOR FISSION- PRCOJCT 
TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITION FROM GAS STREAMS 
M. N. Ozisik. 1963, 47p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3478 OTS $1.25 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF THE EXPERIMENTAL 
GAS-COOLED REACTOR FUEL ASSEMBLIES 
G. Samuels. 1963, 48p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3437 OTS $1.25 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
FABRICATION DEVELOPMENT OF U-M0-UO2 AND 
U-Mo-UC DISPERSION FUELS FOR THE ENRICO 
FERMI FAST-BREECCR REACTOR 
S. A. Rabin, M. M. Martin, A. L. Lotts, and 
J. P. Hammond. 1963, 48p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



S-32 



ORNL-3445 OTS $4.50 



Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
GAS-COOLED REACTOR PROGRAM. Semiannual 
progress rqjt. for period ending 31 Mar 63. [l96^ 
373p refs ^ 

Contract W7405-eng -26 



ORNL-3439 OTS $1.75 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Teilik. 
HEAT TRANSFER FRO^ SPENT. REACTOR FUELS 
DURING SHIPPING: A PROPOSED METHOD FOR 
PREDICTING TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION IN 
FUEL BUNDLES AND COMPARISON WITH EXPERI- 
MENTAL DATA 
J. S. Watson. 1963, 66p refs 
Coatraa W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3421 OTTS $1.50 



Oak Ridge National Lab. , Terin. 
MODELS FOR FISSION-GAS RELEASE FROM 
COATED FUEL PARTICLES 

John W. Prados and Jamss L. Scott. 1963, 62p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3483 OTS $2.00 



Oak Ridge National Lab. j. Tenn. 
NUCLEAR SAFETY PROGRAM. Semiannual progress 
rept. for period ending 30 Jun 63. 
[1963] 73p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3393 



OTS $1.25 



Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
PERFORMANCE TESTS OF THE OAK RIDGE NA- 
TI^jfAL LABORATORY FAST SAFETY SYSTEM, 
J.^ Tallackson, J. B. Ruble, R. T. Santoro, and 
R. E. Wintenberg. 1963, 50p ref s 
Contract W74Q5-eng-26 



ORkL-3359 OTS $2.00 



Oak Ridga National Lab. , Tenn. 
PRELIMINARY SOLUTION CRITICAL EXPERIMENTS 
FOR THE HIGH -FLUX ISOTOTE REACTOR 
J. K. Fox, L. W. GilleyandD. W. Magnuson. I96I, 
83p refs 
Coiitract W7405-eng-26 

ORNL-3449 OTS $1. 25 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
PUMP LOOPS USED FOR MATERIALS TESTING IN 
HIGH TEMPERATURE AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS AND 
SLURRIES 

H. C. Savage. 1963, 48p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



WCAP-6053 OTS $2.00 

Westinghouse Electric Corp. , Pittsburgh, Pa. 
YANKEE CORE EVALUATION PROGRAM. Quarterly 
progress rept. for period ending 31 Dec 62 
Feb 63, 90p refs 
Contract AT(30-1)3017 



WCAP-6055 OTS $2.75 

Westinghouse Electric Corp. , Pittsburg, Pa. 
YANKEE CORE EVALUATION PROGRAM. Quarterly 
progress rept. for period ending 30 Jun 63. Jul 63, 
192p refs 
Contract AT(30-1)30I7 



Nuclear Reactions 



LAMS-2941 OTS $2.25 

Los Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
LOS ALAMOS GROUP- AVER AGED CROSS SECTIONS 
Lucie D. Connolly. Jul 63, 105p 
Contract W7405-eng-36 



ORNL-TM-549 OTS $3. 60 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
ENCTNEERING DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR WASTE 
POT CALCINATION 

M. E. Whatley, C. W. Hancher, and J. C. Suddath. 
24 Apr 63, 36p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3455 OTS $2.50 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
A LFTERATURE SURVEY OF NONELASTIC REAC- 
TIONS FOR NUCLEONS AND PIONS INCIDENT ON 
COMPLEX NUCLEI AT ENERGIES BETWEEN 20 MeV 
AND 33 GeV 

H. W. Bertlni. 1963, 109p 192refs 
Contract W7405-«ng-26' 

ORNL-3405 OTS $0.50 

Oak Ridge Natio.Tal Lab. , Tenn. 
PROCESSING OF MULTICHANNEL- ANALYZER 
NUCLEAR REACTION SPECTRA WITH THE NEWDAC 
PROGRAM 

J. B. Ball. 1962, 18p refs 
Contraa W7405-eng-26 



AD- 261 421 OTS $8. 10 

Weizmann Inst. , Rehovoth (Israel). 
THEORETICAL INTERPRETATION OF ENERGY 
LEVELS IN LIGHT NUCLEI. Rept. on Research in 
Nuclear Phenomena 

L Talmi and I. Unna. May 61, 84p refs 
Contract AF 61(052)56 
ARL29 



S-33 



I 






DESCRIPTORS: ♦Nuclei, Nuclear models, *Nuclear 
energy levels, *Nucleons, Theory, Magnetic moments, 
Nuclear shell models. 

The report deals with the shell model description of 
nuclear states and with methods for calculating their 
energies and the rates of transitions between them. 
Values of the effective interactions in the nuclei con- 
sidered {up to Ne20) are given and discussed. (Author) 
(See also AD- 266 852) 



Waste Disposal 



ORNL-3409 OTS $2.50 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
CUNCH RIVER STUDY. Status rept. 
R. J. Morton, ed. [1963] 121p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



no. 4 



TID-18505 OTS $2. 60 

Yale U. , New Haven, Conn. 
HEAVY ION ELASTIC SCATTERING 
G. H. Rawitscher, J. S. Mcintosh, and J. A. Polak. 
29 Apr 63, 23p refs 
Contract AT(3p- 1)1807 



Radioactivity 



ORNL-3277 OTS $1.50 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
ENGINEERING STUDIES ON POT CALCINATION FOR 
ULTIMATE DISPOSAL OF NUCLEAR WASTE FROM 
THE TBP-25, DAREX, AND PUREX PROCESSES. 
PART I: THE SYSTEM EVALUATION 
C. W. Hancher, J. C. Suddath, andM. E. Whatley. 
1963, 62p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



HW-76263 OTS $1.50 



•^- 



Hanford Atomic Product? Operation, Rfchland, Waph. 
GAMMA IRRADIATION EFFECTS ON CANDIDATE 
ELECTRONIC, LIGHTING, OPTICAL. INSTRUMENT, 
AND STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS FOR "iN- REAC- 
TOR MONITORING EQUIPMENT 
D. R. Doman. 23 Jan 63, 58p refs 
Contract AT(45- 1)1350 



ORNL-3357 OTS $0.75 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
EVALUATION OF ULTIMATE DISPOSAL METHODS 
FOR UQUID AND SOLID RADIOACTIVE WASTES. 
V. EFFECTS OF FISSION PRODUCT REMOVAL ON 
COSTS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT 
J. J. Psrona, J. O. Blomske, R. L. Bradshaw, and 
J. T. Roberta. 1962, 32p refs 
Co-ntract W7405-eng-26 



PB-163 838 OTS $1. 10 

Naval Research Lab. , Washington, D. C. 
GAMMA -RAY-ALBEDO FROM IRON, Interim rept. 
R. B. Theus and L. A. Beach. 8 Feb 56, 9p refs 
NRL repr 4701 

DESCRIPTORS: •Gamma-ray scattering, ♦Albedo, 
♦Shielding, ♦Iron, ♦Reactor coolants, Radioactivity, 
Power reactors, Monte Carlo meduxl 

A major problem in designing the radiation shield for" 
a power reactor results from tfie radioactivity induced 
in the primary coolant. Since the operating personnel 
must be protected from the radiation emanating from 
this circulating coolant as well as from the reactor 
proper, the Monte Carlo methods have been used to cal- 
culate the gaanma-isiy albedo for the 6. 13-Mev photon 
incident on iron. The spectral and directional distribu- 
tions at- the emerging radiation are given as a function 
"f rhe angle of incidence. (Author) 

ORNL-TM-407 OTS $4. 60 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
GAMMA DOSE RATE CALCULATICWS FOR TH^ 
BNL-KILOROD PROGRAM 

F. W. Davis and E. C. Moocrief. 21 Mar 63, 44p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



ORNL-3322 OTS $1.00 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
LOW- RADIOACTIVITY-LEVEL WA^TE TREATMENT. 
PART L LABORATORY DEVELOPMENT OF A 
SCAVENGING-PRECIPrTATION ION-EXCHANGE 
PROCESS FOR DECONTAMINATION OF PROCESS 
WATER WASTES 

Rowland R. Holcomb. 1963, 39p refs 
Contract W7405-ei^-26 



PHYSICS 



N63-21894 OTS $0.75 

Ames Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
^>ace Admlnlstratlcm, Moffett Field, Calif. 

MOMENTUM ACCCMMODA-nON OF N"*", N2*, AND 

A+ INCIDENT ON COPPER AND ALUMINUM FROM 

0. 5 TO 4 KEV 

Howard F. Savage and Michel Bader, Sep 63, 24p refs 

Technical note D-1976 



PB-163 784 OTS $8. 10 

Applied Physics Lab. , Johns Hopkins U. , Silver 
Spring, Md. 

SHOCK WAVE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PERIODICAL 

LITERATURE 

F. K. Elder, Jr. Mar 53, 8^ refs 

[Contract NOrd-73861 

Rept. na APL/JHU-TG-75-3; AD-12 032 



S-34 



DESCRIPTORS: ♦Shock waves. Propagation, Ballistics, 
Magnetohydrodynamlcs, Shock tubes. Detonation, 
Shaped charges. Acoustics, ♦Bibliographies. 

A shock-wave bibliography has been prepared from the 
current periodical literature, the primary emphasis 
being on the physics erf shock waves. The principal 
source of references is Physics Abstracts . The 
bibliography is believed to be fairly complete for the 
period from 1920 through the summer of 1952, with a 
few later and edrller references included as well. 



PB-163 835 OTS $7.60 



Ballistic Research Labs. , Aberdeen Proving 

Ground, Md. 
FORECASTING THE FOCUS OF AIR BLASTS DUE TC 
METEOROLOGICAL CONDmONS IN THE LOWER 
ATMOSPHERE 

Beauregard Perkins, Jr. , Paul H. Lorrain, and 
William H. Townsend. Oct 60, 73p refs 
Rept. no. 1118; AD-250 146 



DESCRIPTORS: ♦Air burst, Sound, Propagation, 
Atmosphere, ♦Meteorological data, ♦Explosions, 
Velocity, Damage control, ♦Sound transmission. 
Focusing. 



Whenever explosions arp used' in testing or in 
experimental procedures, the sound waves that go 
beyond the limits of the installation may cause 
complaints of annoyance of damage from otherwise 
good neighbors. This is due to focusing of the sound 
waves caused by the meteorological conditions at the 
time of the explosion. The theory of the propagation 
of sound through the atmosphere is given briefly. The 
conditions in the atmosphere which cause the sound to 
be focused are velocity gradients produced by vari- 
ations with altitude of humidity, air temperature, and 
wind velocity. A simple method is described for evalu- 
ating these factors and forecasting the location of a 
focus, if one is to be expected, as well as the intensity 
of the sound at the focus. (Audior) 



PB-163 783 OTS $3. 60 



Ballistic Research Labs. , Aberdeen Proving Ground, 

Md. 
METEOROLOaCAL FOCUSING OP SOUND AND 
BLAST WAVES AND FTS PREDICHON BY ANALOGUE 
TECHNIQUES 

William J. Dorman and John A. Brown. Apr 57, 40p 
9refs 
Rept. no. 1014; AD- 139 250 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Sound transrhission, Sound, ♦Shock 
waves, ♦Propagation, Meteorological parameters. 
Trajectories, Equations of motion. Mathematical pre- 
diction, Analog computers, *Air burst, Ordnance 

Meteorological focusing can cause sound and blase 
waves resulting from the testing of large guns and ex- 
plosives to be propagated at high amplitude over un- 
usually large distances. Thus damage or other unde- 
sirable effects are obtained at locations normally 
thou^t to be at a safe distance from the testing site. 
Possible damage can be avoided by the cancellation of 
scheduled tests on days when the existing meteorologi- 
cal conditions are likely to produce focusing of the re- 
sulting blast waves. In this report the equations of the 



trajectory of a point in a blast wavefront are derived 
for the general case and modified for several special 
cases. A method is given for predicting meteorological 
^ocusing by means of an analogue computer solution of 
these equations with data obtained fronr soundings of the 
lower atmosphere. The basic requirements of a com- 
puter to be used for this purpose are outlined. The 
schematic diagram of a particular type of computer 
suitable for this application, with an itemized estimate 
of its cost, is included. The recommended use of the 
computer, the form of its required inputs, and the pre- 
sentation and interpretation of its output are also 
discussed. (Author) 

AD-275 376 OTS $4. 60 

BeU Telephone Labs. , Inc. , Murray Hill, N. J. 
OPTICAL MASER RESEARCH. Quarterly rept. no. 2, 
15 Oct 61-15 Jan 62 

J. E. Geusic and H. E. D. Scovil. 15 Jan 62, 41p refs 
Contract DA36-039-8C-87340 

DESCRIPTOBS: ♦Lasers, ♦Masers, Optics, ♦Optical 
systems. Optical equipment. Light communication sys- 
tems, Ruby, ♦Amplifiers, Transmission Lines, Wave- 
guides, Single crystals. Infrared radiation. Measure- 
ment, Optical images. Fluorescence, Instrumentation, 
Oscilloscopes, Neodymlum, Samarium, Yttrium com- 
pounds. Aluminum, Garnet 

Research on optical masers and the exploration of pos- 
sible maser devices are the principal ojbectives of the 
work being performed. The major portion of the effort 
was directed towards a more complete theoretical and 
experimental study of the pulsed Traveling-Wave 
Optical Maser. In Part I, an extensive discussion of the 
theoretical and experimental studies erf the TWOM is 
presented. As a result of the studies reported in Pan I, 
the feasibility of a higji gain TWOM has been shown and 
also the image amplification ability of the TWOM has 
been demonstrated. Work on potential optical maser 
materials was also performed. Preliminary experi- 
mental spectrpscopic studies of two promising ions, 
Nd and Sm, in YtAL Garnet are presented in Part II of 
dils report. (See also AD-271 538) 

UCRL-9843(Rev.) OTS $1.10 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , U. erf California, Berkeley. 
NINE -CHANNEL POLYCHROMATOR FOR OBSERVA- 
TION OF TIME -DEPENDENT SPECTRAL LINE 
PROFILES 

George R. SpiUman, William S. Cooper, III, and 
John M. Wilcox. 22 Jan 62, lOp 
Co.ntract W7405-eng-48 

N63-22601 OTS $1.25 

Lewis Research Center, National Aeronautics and 

Space Administration, Cleveland, Ohio. 
MAGNETIC FIELD OF A FINFTE HELICAL SOLE- 
NOID 

A. R. Sass and James C. Stoll. Oct 63, 46p refs 
Technical note D-1993 



S-35 



AD-280 462 OTS $1. 10 



Solid State Physics 



Midwest Research Inst. , Kansas City, Mo. 
MASS SPECTROMETER STUDY OF METAL-CON- 
TAEMING FLAMES. Quarterly technical summary 
rept. no. 2, 1 Jan-31 Mar 62, 
Thomas A. Milne. 30 ^r 62, lOp refs 
Contract Nonr- 3599(00) ; ARPA Order no. 23-61 

DESCRIPTORS: •Flames, Metals, Gases,. ♦Super- 
aerodynamics, ♦Thermodynamics, ♦Mass spectroscopy, 
♦Molecular beams. Pumps 

The differentially purrped apparatus for sampling 
one- atmosphere sources has been conpleted and 
initial studies carried out. A usable molecular beam 
has been attained, originating from die second orifice, 
but its intensity is much lower than the maximum 
value predicted. In the present system, the gas 
expanding from the first orifice as a supersonic beam 
appears to be completely r&ndomized before reaching 
the second orifice and very fast reactions, at least, 
cannot be. quenched in sampling from one atmosphere. 
(Author) (See also k V271 055) 



ORNL-3450 OTS $2.75 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 

EMISSION SPECTRA OF ELECTRON IRRADUTED 

METAL FOILS 

L. C. Emerson (Doctoral thesis) E. T. Arakawa, 

R. H. Ritchie, and R. D. Birkhoff. 1963, 174p refs 

Contract W7405-eng-26 

N63- 19309 



ORNL-3493 OTS $1.75 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
TABLES OF CLASSICAL SCATTERING INTEGRALS 
FOR THE BOHR, BORN-MAYER, AND THOMAS- 
FERMI POTENTIALS 
Mark T. Robinson. 1963, 65p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



N63-22709 OTS $■0.75 

Goddard ^ace Flight Center, National Aeronautics 
and S^ce Administration, Greenbelt, Md. 
GALVANC»^AGNETIC EFFECTS IN POLYCRYSTAL- 
LINE MANY VALLEY SEMICONDUCTORS 
John H. Marburger m, Oct 63, 28p refs 
Technical note D-1840 



AD-276 636 OTS $2. 60 

Harvey, C. E. , Associates, Pullman, Wash. 
RESEARCH INVESTIGATIONS OF SEMICONDUCTOR 
IMPURITIES. Final rept. , 14 Mar -14 Jun 01 
Charles E. Harvey. 14 Aug 61, 27p 
Contract DA 36 -039 -sc- 78 267 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Semiconductors, ♦Boron, Impurities, 
♦Phosphorus, ♦Sulfur, ♦Halogens, ♦Selenium, ♦Arsenic, 
♦Carbon, Spectroscopy 

The investigation consisted of several phases: (1) In- 
vestigation of optimum conditions of analysis for indi- 
vidual elements, with variations of discharge and pres- 
sure conditions; (2) extensive investigations for the de- 
termination of carbon; (3) repeat of previous work with 
a new grating of smaller dispersion; (4) construction of 
a new and smaller discharge chamber to determine if 
an improvement in sensitivity could be obtained; (5) in- 
vestigation of sensitivities of various non -metallic ele- 
ments in various matrices to determine cation effect. 
(Author) 

UCRL-7271 OTS $1.60 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , U. of California, 

Livermore . 
THE CALCULATION OF STRESS WAVES IN SOLIDS 
Mark L. Wilkins and Richard Giroux. 11 Mar 63, 15p 
refs 
Contraa W7405-eng-48 



Electronics 

UCRL-6868 OTS $1.10 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , U. of California, 

Livermore. 
RESEARCH NOTE ON THE HARRISON -THCMPSON 
GENERALIZATION OF BOHM'S SHEATH CONDmON 
Laurence S. Hall. 16 Apr 62, 5p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 



N63-21890 OTS $1.00 



r 



Lewis Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Cleveland, Ohio. 
THERMIONIC EMISSION FROM CESIUM COATED 
ELECTROSTATIC lON-THRUSTER ELECTRODES 
Thaine W. Reynolds and Edward A. Richley. Sep 63, 
35p refs 
Technical nae D-I879 



ORNL-3480 OTS $2.75 

Oak Ridge National Lab. , Tenn. 
SOLID STATE DIVISION. Annual progrfess rept. for 
period ending 31 May 63. 
1963, I67p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



Thermodynamics 



N63-22598 OTS $1.00 

Ames Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Moffett Field, Calif. 
COMBUSTION TESTS OF OXYGEN-HYDROGEN- 
HELIUM MIXTURES AT LOAMNG PRESSURES UP 
TO 8,000 POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH 
Max E. Wilkins and Robert J. Garros, Oct 63, 34p 
Technical note D-1892 



S-36 



N63-22111 OTS $1.25 



Lewis ReB?arch Center, National Aeronautics and 
^>ace Administration, Cleveland, Ohio. 

EFFECT OF VARIABLE THERMAL PROPERTIES 

ON ONE- DIMENSIONAL HEAT TRANSFER IN 

RADIATING FINS 

Norbert 0. Stockman and John L. Kramer. Oct 63, 45p 

refs 

Technical note D-1878 



RESEARCH METHODS, TECHNIQUES 
AND EQUIPMENT 



PB- 163 827 OTS $21.00 



Computation Lab. , Harvard U. , Cambridge, Mass. 
MULTIPLE-PATH SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF 
RUSSIAN. Rept. on Mathematical Linguistic and 
Automatic Translation 

Warren Joseph Plath (Doctoral thesis). Jun 62, 348p 
refs 
R^t. no. NSF-12 



DESCRIPTORS: ♦Language, 
Analysis, ♦Theses. 



♦Machine translation. 



A new system for the automatic syntactic analysis of 
Russian sentences is described. The approach employed 
in the system, an extension of the method of predictive 
syntactic analysis, makes possible the production of 
multiple analyses of syntactically ambiguous sentences, 
as well as a more reliable treatment of sentences 
which are not syntactically ambiguous. Analyses are 
obtained through the systematic application of a set ot 
rales, called a grammar table, which constitutes a 
description of syntactic structures that can occur in 
Russian. The system incorporates a special-purpose 
language of grammatical indices. The operation of the 
system Is described from both the technical and the 
Ungxiistic points of view. In connection with the techni- 



cal aspects of the system, several methods are pre- 
sented for increasing the operating efficiency of the 
program; while surveys both of the content of the 
grammar rules and of the quality of the output produced 
are made as part of the description of thfe linguistic 
aspects of the system. Both the Russian grammar 
table (including the conpression techniques, the word 
classification scheme and the system of grammatical 
indices), and the path- testing techniques are the work 
of the writer. The writer also prepared a substantial 
proportion of the input texts processed, and designed 
and flowcharted the multiple- path analyzer program 
for Russian. (Author) 

AD-299 829 OTS $11. 00 

Institute of Aerophysics, U. of Toronto (Canada). 
HYPERVELOaTY LAUNCHERS. PART I SIMPLE 
LAUNCHERS 

I. I. Glass. Jan 63, 148p refs 
Contract AF 33(657)7874 
UTIA Review no. 22; N63- 14400 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Hypervelocity guns, ♦Shock tubes. 
Launching, Instrumentation, Acceleration, Interior 
ballistics, Test facilities, Particles, Superaerody- 
namics. Gas flow. Aerodynamic characteristics. 
Design 

A critical survey is made of hypervelocity launchers 
and their research applications to reentry physics, 
hypervelocity impact, gasdynamics and aerodynamics. 
The present portion of the survey (Part I) deals mainly 
with simple launchers (constant area, single stage, 
light -gas guns) in order to illustrate some of the basic 
concepts affecting their design and operation. The 
effects of counter pressure, boundary layer, bore fric- 
tion, and gas imperfections are considered. It is noted 
that there are many outstanding problems associated 
with the possible acceleration of simple aerodynamic 
models to velocities of 50, 000 ft /sec and beyond. It 
appears that microparticles might be accelerated to 
supervelocities of 100, 000 ft /sec or more by explosive 
spray or electrodynamic techniques. Subsequent por- 
tions of the survey will deal with the topics outlined in 
the table of contents. (Author) 



S-37 



AD No. 



Div. 



mo 5UJ 


16 


<tlb 5U(t 


X5 


aio 505 


15 


mo 5oo 


20 


4XO 5o^ 


4 


<»io MO 


16 


<tlo 525 


15 


Uio 5^6 


16 


<«iO 52tt 


IQ 


410 52V 


15 


<tlO 533 


2» 


UXO 534 


16 


•HO 537 


13 


4X0 533 


12 


4XO 539 


V 


4X0 54U 


2 


4XO 541 


30 


4XO 542 


15 


4XO 54 3 


211 


4X0 546 


2 


4XO 54/ 


25 


4XO 541* 


10 


4XO 54V 


10 


4X0 55X 


tf 


4XO 555 


2» 


4X0 bTJ 


2* 


4Xo 5/6 


V 


4X0 5(10 


2 


4XO 5ttX 


25 


4XO 5tt3 


H 


4X0 5tt4 


« 


4X0 5»5 


» 


410 5»6 


5 


4XO 5V2 


26 


4Xo 5V3 


30 


4XO 5V6 


12 


410 btt 


« 


4Xu 6UX 


29 



AD-DIVISION INDEX 



AD No. 



Div. 



AD No. 



4X6 6U2 


25 


4X0 603 


4 


4XO 6U4 


4 


4Xu 605 


d 


410 6U/ 


12 


4XO 60tf 


25 


4X6 60'4 


16 


4Xo 6X0 


30 


aio 012 


. 30 


410 014 


a 


410 617 


14 


410 618 


17 


410 Ol"* 


<i 


410 620 


l«» 


410 622 


17 


410 624 


17 


416 625 


26 


410 626 


2» 


41o 627 


25 


4lO 62d 


20 


4 10 630 


2S 


410 631 


22 


410 632 


It 


41o 634 


27 


4lO 635 


22 


410 637 


30 


410 63V 


S 


410 640 


1 


410 641 


a 


410 642 


26 


410 646 


ii 


4XO 649 


n 


4X0 6»0 


25 


4X6 6^2 


16 


4Xo 6^3 


d 


4X6 636 


12 


«10 660 


16 


4X6 665 


26 



Div. 



AD No. 



Div. 



41o 


009 


IS 


410 


072 


2 


410 


67 3 


30 


410 


ba^ 


(i 


41u 


695 


31 


4X0 


699 


23 


4X0 


71/ 


30 


4XO 


721 


25 


4X0 


723 


17 


410 


724 


8 


410 


72 S 


9 


410 


72/ 


12 


410 


729 


25 


410 


734 


8 


410 


739 


8 


410 


742 


12 


41u 


740 


i 


41u 


74/ 


8 


41u 


749 


V 


mo 


7S1 


16 


4Xo 


753 


16 


Ulo 


7S4 


8 


410 


759 


22 


410 


7oJ 


20 


4l0 


702 


12 


410 


703 


8 


41o 


764 


25 


4XO 


706 


25 


410 


7o/ 


25 


410 


768 


16 


410 


7/0 


31 


410 


773 


25 


410 


774 


2 


4Xo 


7/5 


30 


4XO 


776 


25 


4XO 


777 


2 


4X0 


77d 


30 


4XO 


7bO 


32 



4X0 


7ttl 


16 


410 


78> 


32 


4l0 


7B* 


1 


410 


78<> 


12 


4lu 


795 


13! 


41u 


79/ 


15 


410 


6Ui 


IS 


41U 


But 


2 


4l0 


010 


8 


4XO 


613 


1/ 


410 


816 


16 


417 


030 


31 


417 


031 


8 


417' 


032 


14 


417 


034 


17 


41 / 


035 


8 


41/ 


036 


2 


41 / 


037 


^ 


41/ 


03*» 


30 


41 / 


039 


30 


41 / 


041 


12 


41 / 


045 


25 


417 


050 


28 


41 / 


054 


27 


41 y 


055 


2 


4X7 


0O3 


8 


41 / 


0O6 


8 


41 / 


067 


2 


41 / 


Ood 


3 


41 / 


073 


U 


4X7 


074 


8 


4X / 


075 


25 


41/ 


081 


25 


417 


087 


25 


4 1/ 


089 


12 


417 


094 


25 


41/ 


095 


20 


41 / 


096 


14 


41/ 


09/ 


25 



S-39 










NUMBER 


INDEX 




• 


^ 


Number 


PV 


Number 


im 


Number 


^P 


Number 


mge 


AD- 12 032 


S-34 


ANL-6745 


s-ai 


1>-2910 


S-22 


N63-22UI 


S-37 


AD-138 095 


S-5 


ANL-6753 


s-12 


l>-2923 


S-3 


N63-22112 


S-27 


AD- 139 2S0 


S-35 


ANL-6755 


S-8 


LA -2940 


S-30 


N63-22U3 


S-2 


AD- 161 943 


S-12 


ANL-6756 


S-28 


LA -2957 


S-14 


N63-22114 


S-25 


AD-217 105 


S-S 


ANL-6759 


s-ao 


LAMS-2941 


S-33 


N63-22115 


S-25 


AD-226 809 


S-19 


ANL-6760 


S-29 


LAMS-2948 


S-28 


N63-22116 


S-25 


AD-229 754 


S-14 


ANL-6762 


S-12 


LAMS -2952 


S-27 


N63-22U7 


S-23 


AD-235 682 


S-15 


ANL-6765 


S-30 


LAMS-2954 


S-21 


N63-22136 


S-3 


AD-237 733 


S-4 


ANL-6766 


S-12 


LAMS-2956 


S-30 


N63-22141 


S-21 


AD-237 734 


S-4 


ANL-6780 


S-31 


LAMS -2973 


S-32 


N63-221S7 


S-25 


AD-237 735 


S-4 


ANL-6784 


S-Sl 


LAS-TR-161-58 


S-30 


N63-22158 


S-17 


AD-237 736 


S-4 


AJPDA-154 


S-28 


ML(UM)-63442 


S-7 


N63-22159 


S-19 


AD-237 737 


S-14 


APL/JHU-TG-75-3 


S-34 


ML(UM)-63494 


S-7 


N63-22162 


S-21 


AD-243 852 


S-19 


i AKL-29 


S-33 


MND-M-2935(Vol. II) 


S-32 


N63-22512 


S-2 


a AD-244 500 


S-19 


ARPA-Order-23-61. 


R-2 S-36 


MSEE-60-17 


S-15 


N63-22577 


S-9 


AD-248 076 


S-2 


ARPA -Order -80-59. 


R-2 S-19 


MTP-AERO-63-29 


S-17 


N63-22S9e 


S-36 


AD-249 356 


S-27 


ARPA-Order-80-59, 


R-3 S-19 


NAA-SR-8263 


S-31 


N63-22599 


S-25 


AD-2S0 146 


S-35 


ARPA-Order-247-61 


R-l S-6 


NAS-NRC-1098 


S-8 


N63-22600 


S-23 


AD-251 155 


S-22 


ASD-TDR -62-511, p< 


. 2 S-16 


NAS-NRC-1134 


S-5 


N63-22601 


S-35 


AD-252 604 


S-18 I 


ASD-TDR -62-783 


S-26 


N62-10715 


S-8 


N63-22709 


S-36 


AD-254 014 


S-5 ! 


ASD-ll)R-62-1055 


S-20 


N62-13571 


S-10 


N63-22710 


S-2 


AD-254 015 


S-5 


ATI-205 247 


S-28 


N62- 16434 


S-23 


NASA-CR-5 


S-1 


AD-261 421 


S-33 


BNL-5895 


S-3 


N62- 16441 


S-24 


NASA-CR-9 


S-l 


AD-274 003 


S-13 


BNI.-6051 


S-26 


N62- 16682 reprir^d 


S-1 


NASA -CR- 10 


S-1 


AD-275 376 


S-3S 


BNL-6053 


S-20 


N62- 1 6683 repriced 


S-1 


NASA-CR-U 


S-l 


AD-276 636 


S-36 


BNL-6166 


S-28 


N62-16684 repriced 


S-1 


NASA -CR- 12 


S-l 


AD-276 861 


S-IO 


BRL-1014 


S-35 


N62- 16685 repriced 


S-1 


NASA-CR-13 


S-l 


AD-279 566 


S-8 


BRL-1U8 


S-3S 


N63-10543 


S-23 


NASA -CR- 14 


S-l 


AD-280 462 


S-36 


BuPers TB-55-19 


S-3 


N63-10544 


S-24 


NASA-CR-15 


S-l 


AD-282 269 


S-22 


CCC-1024-TR-235 


S-5 


N63- 10601 


S-23 


NASA-CR-16 


S-l 


AD-283 323 


S-13 


CEND-158 


S-20 


N63- 12010 


S-22 


NASA-CR-17 


S-l 


AD-283 653 


S-6 


CompUb-NSF-12 


S-37 


N63- 13629 


S-19 


NASA -CR- 19 


S-21 


AD-284 412 


S-14 


CR-61-419-1F 


S-16 


N63- 13888 


S-10 


NASA-CR-50e83 


S-5 


AD-284 473 


S-15 


CU(PNPL)-227 


S-» 


N63- 14247 repriced 


S-25 


NASA -CR- 50953 


S-20 


AD-284 879 


S-10 


DPSPU-63-30-9 


S-3i 


N63-14354 


S-19 


NASA -CR -50966 


S-8 


AD-285 054 


S-U 


EES-910037L 


S-28 


N63- 14355 


S-17 


NASA -CR- 51004 


S-19 


AD-285 453 


S-23 


ESD-TDR -63-134 


S-2 


N63-14400 


S-37 


NASA-CR-51008 


S-2 


AD-285 454 


S-24 


GA-2630 


S-31 


N63-14834 


S-24 


NASA -CR -51014 


S-17 


AD-286 197 


S-10 


GAT-R-313 


S-18 


N63- 14844 


S-23 


NASA-CR-51042 


S-16 


AD -286 370 


S-25 


GCA-TR-5-N 


S-1 


N63-14866 


S-24 


NASA -CR -51 107 


S-7 


AD-289 382 


S-IO 


GCA-TR-62-2-N 


S-1 


N63-15178 


S-7 


NASA-CR-51169 


S-20 


AD-290 063 


S-li 


GCA-TR-62-3-N 


S-2 


N63- 17311 repriced 


S-1 


NASA-CR-51225 


S-17 


AD -290 390 


S-23 


GCA-TR-62-8-N 


S-1 


N63- 17312 repriced 


S-1 


NASA -CR -51232 


S-17 


AD-290 391 


S-24 


GCA-TR-62-9-N 


S-1 


N63- 17313 repriced 


S-1 


NASA-CR-51259 


S-22 


AD-290 393 


S-23 


GCA-TR-62-ll'N 


S-1 


N63- 17314 repriced 


S-1 


NASA -CR- 51 308 


S-32 


AD-290 820 


S-22 


GCA-TR-62-14-N 


S-1 


N63- 17317 repriced 


S-1 


NASA -CR -51318 


S-2 


AD-291 535 


S-32 


GCA-TR-62-15-N 


S-1 


N63- 17320 


S-1 


NASA-CR-51319 


S-21 


AD -292 137 


S-20 


GCA-TR-63-1-N 


S-1 


N63- 17429 


S-32 


NASA -CR -51421 


S-25 


AD-295 605 


S-8 ; 


GCA-TR-63-4-N 


S-1 


No3- 17442 


S-3 


NASA -CR -51507 


S-8 


AD-295 906 


S-16 


GCA-TR-63-13-N 


S-l 


N«x3-17538 


S-22 


NASA-CR-51516 


S-12 


AD-296 366 


S-16 i 


GCA-TR-63-23-N 


S-8 


N63- 17634 


S-2 


NASA -CR -51517 


S-12 


AD- 298 343 


S-19 


GEAP-4181 


S-28 


N63-18816 


S-6 


NASA-CR-51520 


S-17 


AD-29e 810 


S-13 


GEAP-4226 


S-S2 


N63-19077 


S-28 


NASA-CR-51521 


S-19 


AD- 299 829 


S-37 


GEMP-27A 


S-Sl 


N63-19123 


S-33 


NASA-CR-51559 


S-17 


AD-299 831 


S-9 


GEMP-79 


S-U 


N63-19148 


S-15 


NASA -CR -51779 


S-9 


AD-299 840 


S-17 


HlG-27 


S-7 


N63-19172 


S-29 


NASA-CR-51990 


S-2 


AD-299 881 


S-25 


HlG-29 


S-6 


N63-19217 


S-30 


NASA MEMO-12-22-58E 


S-10 


AD-299 956 


S-20 


HlG-30 


S-6 


N63-19309 


S-36 


NASA -TM-X -758 


S-25 


AD-400 941 


S-9 


HW-62762 


S-32 


N63-19341 


S-32 


NASA-TM-X-884 


S-32 


AD-401 240 


S-24 


HW-71570 


S-21 


N63- 19519 


S-29 


NASA -TM-X -50203 


S-16 


AD-401 241 


S-23 


HW -76263 


S-S4 


N63- 19520 


S-29 


NASA-TM-X-50354 


S-16 


AD-401 242 


S-24 


HW-76351(Rev.) 


S-30 


N63- 19842 


S-29 


NASA -TM-X -50407 


S-17 • 


AD-401 895 


S-U 


HW -77799 


S-20 


N63-20230 


S-36 


NASA-TN-D-1568 


S-27 


AD-401 896 


S-U 


HW-77871 


S-29 


N63-21351 


S-20 


NASA -TN-D- 1737 


S-21 


AD-402 142 


S-7 


HW-T7954 


S-27 


N63-21390 


S-30 


NASA -TN-D- 1840 


S-36 


AD-402 493 


S-2 


HW-78118 


S-32 


N63-21479 


S-8 


NASA -TN-D- 1878 


S-37 


* AD-402 615 


S-14 


HW -78274 


s-ao 


N63-21624 


S-7 


NASA-TN-D-1879 


S-36 


AD-402 897 


S-16 


HW -78574 


S-27 


N63-21643 


S-2 


NASA -TN-D- 1881 


S-27 


AD-403 089 


S-22 


HW-68 600-30 


S-29 


N63-21647 


S-17 


NASA -TN-D- 1892 


S-36 


AD-403 323 


S-15 


HW-68600-31 


S-29 


N63-21722 


S-19 


NASA -TN-D- 1901 


S-2 


AD-403 353 


S-13 


HW-SA-2304 


s-18 


N63-21728 


S-17 


NASA -TN-D- 1907 


S-2 


AD-403 388 
^ AD-404 762 


S-IO 


HW-SA-2559 


S-27* 


N63-21730 


S-22 


NASA -TN-D- 1952 


S-3 


S-25 


IER-186-6 


S-iS 


N63-21732 


S-32 


NASA-TN-D-1S63 


S-25 


AD-410 138 


S-6 


IER-NA-63-2 


S-18 


N63-21733 


S-2 


NASA -TN-D- 1963 


S-25 


AD-410 139 


S-6 


IlTRI-3194-9 


S-S 


N63-21890 


S-36 


NASA-TN-D-1971 


S-25 


AD-414 574 


S-13 


IITRI-5112-9 


S-14 


N63-21894 


S-34. 


NASA-TN-D-1976 


S-S4 


AEL-57032-3 


S-12 


imiI-1158A02-7 


S-18 


N63-21897 


S-21 


NASA-TN-D-1982 


S-23 


AELRDL-E-1220 


S-13 


IS -429 


S-29 


N63-21902 


S-17 


NASA-TN-D-1993 


S-35 


AFCRL-62-795 


S-8 


JPL-SPS-37-21. V. 4 


S-17 


N63-21903 


S-17 


NASA-TN-D-2090 


S-20 


AFCRL-63-235 


S-7 


JPL-TM-33. V. 2. pt 


. C S-17 


N63-21905 


S-16 


NASA-X-533-62-55 


S-16 


AFOSR-4552 


S-17 


JPL-TR-32-305 


S-19 


N63-21974 


S-12 


NASA-X-634-62-12, rev. 


S-16 


AP06R-4694 


S-24 [ 


JPL-TR -32-326 


S-2 


N63-21985 


S-17 


NAVTRADEVCEN-71-16-10 S-2 


AMNL-118 


S-13 ' 


JPL-TR-32-333 


s-a2 


N63-21997 


S-5 


NAVWEPS-8022 


S-19 


ANL-6656 


S-31 


JPL-TR-32-376 


s-17 


N63-22006 


S-16 


NCEL-R-247 


S-9 


ANL-6677 


S-26 


JPL-TR -32 -380 


S-2S 


N63-22016 


S-8 


NEPA-1553 


S-21 


ANL-6664 


S-12 


JPL-TR -32-416 


S-22 


N63- 22048 


S-12 


NEPA-1764 


S-21 


ANL-6689 


S-31 


JPL-TR -32 -469 


S-21 


N63- 22052 


S-16 


NM -23-02-20 


S-3 


ANL-6696 


S-12 


JPLAl/LS-464 


S-8 


N63-22055 


S-20 


NMI-2807 


S-29 


ANL-6710 


S-18 


LA-2854 


S-S2 


N63-22U0 


S-27 


NMRL-291 


S-3 


ANL-674S 


S-Sl 






















S-41 









Numter 

NPP-TR-122 

NRCC-6805 

NBCC-6857 

NRCC-6916 

NRCC-6964 

NRCC-6968 

NRCC-6980 

NRCC-7013 

NRCC-7041 

NRCC 7135 

NRCC-7262 

NRCC-7272 

NRCC-7275 . 

NRCC-7281 

NRCC -7304 

NRCC -7315 

NRCC-7358 

NRCC-LR-339 

NRCC-Ul-340 

NRCC-LR-343 

NRCC -LR -344 

NRCC -LR- 349 

NRCC -LR -350 

NRCC -LR- 351 

NRCC-LR-352 

NRCqjai-360 

NRCCTB-366 

NRCC -LR -367 

NRCC -LR -368 

NRCC -LR- 370 

NRCC -LR -371 

NRCC -LR -374 

NRCC-MK-10 

NRL-4701 

NRL-5102 

NYO- 10595 

OR -3175 

ORA-04542-2-F 

ORA-04542-3-F 

ORA-04542-4-F 

ORNL-3099 

ORNL-3115 

ORNL-3131 

ORNL-3277 

ORNL-3322 

ORNL-3325 • 

ORNL-3357 

ORNL-3359 

ORNL-3379 

ORNL-3391 



Page 

S-19 
S-10 
S-22 
S-IO 
S-U 
S-25 
S-U 
i-10 
S-10 

S-8 
S-U 
S-25 
S-U 

S-9 
S-22 
S-25 
S-10 
S-IO 
S-22 
S-25 
S-IO 
S-U 
S-U 
S-IO 
S-IO 

S-8 
S-U 
S-U 
s-25 
S-22 
s-25 
S-10 

S-9 
S-34 
S-17 
S-29 
S-15 
S-26 
S-26 
S-26 
S-28 

S-3 
S-28 
S-34 
S-34 
S-15 
S-34 
S-33 
S-32 

S-6 



Numter 



ORNL-3393 

ORNL-3405 

ORNL-3409 

ORNL-3421 

ORNL-3429 

ORNL-3431 

ORNL-3437 

ORNL-3439 

ORNL-3445 

ORNL-3447 

ORNL-3449 

ORNL-3450 

ORNL-3452 

ORNL-3455 

ORNL-3457 

ORNL-3461 

ORNL-3466 

ORNL-3467 

ORNL-3472 

ORNL-3473 

ORNL-347S 

ORNL-3480 

ORNL-3483 

ORNL-3490 

ORNL-3493 

ORNL-TM-407 

ORNL-TM-549 

ORNL^TM-550 

ORNL-TM-568 

PB-160 490 see AD-276 861 

PB-162 702 superseded 

PB-162 703 superseded 

PB-163 700 

PB-163 764 

PB- 163 765 

PB-163 766 

PB-163 767 

PB-163 769 

PB-163 771 

PB-163 772 

PB-163 773 

PB-163 774 

PB-163 775 

PB-163 781 

PB-163 782 

PB-163 783 

PB-163 784 

PB-163 785 

PB-163 786 

PB-163 788 



Page Number Page 

S-33 PB-163 789 S-3 

S-33 PB-163 801 S-7 

S-34 PB-163 802 S-7 

S-33 PB-163 803 see AD-279 568 S-8 

S-29 PB-163 804 S-27 

S-30 PB-163 806 ^-26 

S-32 PB-163 807 see AD-299 956 S-20 

S-33 PB-163 808 S-18 

S-S3 PB-163-809 S-2 

S-22 PB-163 810 S-6 

S-33 PB-163 811 S-7 

S-36 PB-163 812 S-13 

S-12 PB-163 813 S-3 

S-3S P6-163 814 S-18 

S-29 PB-163 815 S-26 

S-6 PB-163 816 S-26 

S-29 PB-163 817 ^-26 

S-29 PB-163 818 S-7 

S-29 PB-163 827 S-37 

S-12 PB-163 834 ' S-9 

5-82 PB-163 835 S-35 

S-36 PB-163 836 S-28 

S-33 PB-163 837 S-17 

S-30 PB-163 838 S-34 

S-36 PB-163 842 S-4 

S-34 PB-163 843 S-5 

S-33 FB-163 844 S-5 

S-30 PB-163 845 S-4 

S-6 P6-163 846 S-4 

S-IO PB-163 847 S-5 

S-8 PB-163 S48 S-2 

S-9 PB 163 849 S-22 

S-19 PB-163 850 S-27 

S-18 s. PB-181 085 superseded S-8 

S-19 PB- 181 086 superseded S-9 

S-19 PB-181 555 S-« 

S-15 PB-181 556 S-9 

S-28 PIB-341 S-15 

S-14 PBMRI-406-54 S-15 

•»-l5 PMR-MP-59-30 S-6 

S-12 PMR-TM-60-7 S-7 

S-4 PU-AEL-595-d S-12 

S-4 PU-AEL-595-g S-12 

S-18 QMFCIA AF 4 S-18 

S-3 RIAL 49-320 S-28 

S-S5 RM-3839-NASA S-7 

S-34 SAO-SR-94 S-16 

S-21 SCDC-3131 S-9 

S-21 SRl-3927 S-22 

S-22 SRl-4000 S-17 



Number Page 

SSC-127 S-27 

TID-3912 S-5 

TID-14178 (SuppL 1) S-30 

TID-16203 S-31 

Tn5- 18346 S-9 

TID- 18397 S-30 

TID-18457 S-3 

TID- 18505 S-34 

TID- 18626 S-27 

TID- 18657 S-5 

TP-85325 S-20 

TRW-ER-5386 S-9 

UAC-6414 S-31 

UCRL-6637 S-21 

UCRL-6868 S-36 

UCRL-6878 S-30 

UCRL-6889 S-9 

UCRL-6945-T S-5 

UCRL-7067 S-30 

UCRL-7271 S-36 

UCRL-9035<Rev.) S-14 

UCRL-9843(Rev.) S-35 

UCRL-10081 S-30 

UCRL-10089<Rev.) S-29 

UCRL-10163 S-30 

UTIA-SS S-24 

UTlA-87 S-24 

UTlA-SS S-24 

UTIA-89 S-17 

UTIA-R-21 S-22 

UTlA-R-22 S-37 

LrnA-TN-59 S-23 

UTIA-TN-60 S-24 

UTIA-TN-61 S-23 

LmA-TN-62 S-32 

LmA-TN-64 S-19 

UTIA-TN-65 S-23 

WADD-TN-60-138 S-2 

WADD-TR-58-450 S-19 

WAL-TR-110/14 S-22 

WAPD-T-1278 S-31 

WAPD-TM-312 S-31 

WAPD-TM-390 S-31 

WCAP-e053 S-33 

WCAP-6055 S-33 

WT-792 S-12 

Y-12 S-26 

Y-DA-26 S-26 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Sub)ect 



f 

1.1 



\i 



Achievement tests 

Adbesioa 

Adbesives 

Aeronautical laboratories 

Aerospace craft 
Air burst 

Aircraft equipment 

Airframes 

Albedo 

A Igebras 

Aluminum 

Aluminum alloys 

Amplifiers 



Anchors (StructursI) 
Aptitude tests 

Argon 

Arsenic 

Atmosphere 

Atmospheric motion 

Atmospheric temperature 

Attenuation 

Attenuators 

Attitudes 

Automatic pilots 
Bacterial aerosols 



Page 

S-3 
S-U 
S-19 
S-IO 
S-U 
S-23 
S-35 

S-2 
S-23 
S-34 
S-22 
S-U 
S-22 
S-28 
S-13 
S-14 
S-35 
S-9 
S-3 

S-24 

S-36 

S-8 

S-7 

S-7 

S'lS 

s-14 

S-2 

S-18 

S-IO 

S-4 



Balances 

Beams (Structural) 

Bibliographies 



S-14 
S-IO 
S-IO 
S-18 
S-19 
S-34 
Biological wsrfare ageats S-4 

S-14 
S-13 
S-19 
S-17 
S-20 



Bonding 

Booster rockets 
Borides 

Boron 

Boron compounds 

Buildings 

Butenes 

Cadmium compouads 

Calibrauon 

Carbides 

Carbon 
Cargo 
CaifPriMps 
Ceramic materials 



Chemosphere 

Cleaning 

CoatiBgs 



J 



CoaxisI cables 
Composite materials 
Coataioera 

Control theory 
Convection 
Copper 
Corrosion 

Corrosion inhibttioo 
Corrosive gases 
Cosu 



S-42 



Creep 

Crystal holders 

Crystal oscillators 

Cybernetics 

Data processing systems 

Decision making 
Deformation 



S-36 
S-5 
S-20 
S-23 
S-8 
S-14 
S-IO 
S-21 

S-36 

S-9 

S-18 

S-20 

S-8 

S-8 

S-21 

S-26 

S-15 

S-19 

S-8 

S-9 

S-9 

S-7 

S-27 

S-28 

S-28 
S-27 
S-18 
S-13 
S-22 
S-12 
S-13 
S-16 
S-IO 
S-22 
S-2 
S-10 
S-27 



Number 

PB-163 789 
AD-285 054 
PB-163 700 
AD-276 861 
AD-290 063 
AD-290 390 
PB-163 783 
PB-163 835 
PB-163 809 
AD-290 390 
PB-163 838 
PB-163 788 
AD-285 054 
AO-29b 820 
PB-163 836 
AD-403 353 
PB-163 771 
AD-275 376 
PB-163 834 
PB-163 782 
PB-163 789 
AD-285 454 
AD-276 636 
AO-279 568 
PB-163 801 
P6-163 818 
PB-163 767 
PB-163 771 
PB-163 848 
PB-163 781 
AD-289 382 
PB-163 774 
PB-163 775 
PB-163 845 
PB-163 846 
PB-163 842 
AD-276 861 
AD-284 879 
PB-163 781 
PB-163 700 
PB 163 784 
PB-163 846 
PB-163 645 
PS- 163 842 
AO-414 574 
PB-163 700 
PB-163 837 
AD- 292 137 
AD-299 956 
AD-276 636 
PB-163 847 
AD-292 137 
AD-290 390 
AD-295 605 
A0-4O2 615 
AD-276 861 
PB-163 785 
PB-163 786 
AD-276 636 
PB-181 556 
PB- 163 764 
AD-292 137 
AD-299 956 
AD-295 605 
PB-181 555 
PB-163 785 
PB- 169 786 
PB-163 806 
FB-163 767 
PB/-163 700 
PB-181 555 
PB-181 556 
AD-400 941 
PB-163 818 
PB-163 804 
PBrl63 769 
PB-163 836 
PB-163 769 
PB-163 804 
PB-163 764 
PB-163 813 
AD-403 089 
PB-163 773 
n-163 812 
AD-295 906 
AD-40a388 
PB-163 788 
AD-402 493 
AD-284 879 
PB-163 850 



Subject 

Diaphragms (Mechanics) 
Diet 

Disease vectors 
Display systems 
Dry cells 
Ducted fans 



Eaaterlies 
Elasticity 
Elastomers 
Electric bridges 

E lectrocbemistry 

Electrodes 

Electronic circuits 

Electronic equipment 

Epidemiology 

Epitaxial growth 

Ethylenes 

Excretion 

Explosion effects 

Exposions 

Extensometers 

Factor analysis 

Fatigue (Mechanics) 

Feeding 

Flames 

Flat plate models 

Flight instruments 
Flight simulators 
Flow vIsusUzatlaa 
Flowmeters 
Fluid flow 
Flying platforms 

Pood 

Frequency meters 

Fuel cells 

Gsmma ray scattering 

Gamma rays 

Geography 

Germanium 

Glass 

Graphite 

Ground effect machines 



Guided missile ranges 

Gust loads 

Hall effect 

Halocarbon plasUca 

Halogens 

Handbooks 

Heat resistant metals 

and alloys 
Heat transfer 



Hcsoers 

Helicopters 

Hydrides 

Hydrocarbons 

Hydrodynamics 



Hydrogen embrittlemem 
Hypersomc flow 



Hypei^mlocity guns 
Ice prev e ntion 
Impedance bridges 
Impingers 

Incompressible flow 
Infections 

UcegEaied circuits 



troo 



S-32 
S-13 
S-18 

S-5 

S-2 
S-15 
S-10 
S-U 
S-19 
S-25 

S-7 
S-10 
S-19 
S-13 
S-14 

S-6 
S-27 
S-27 
S-13 
S-14 

S-5 
S-13 

S-8 
S-13 
S-32 
S-35 
S-22 

S-2 
S-22 
S-18 
S-36 
S-22 
S-24 

S-2 
S-IO 
S-10 

S-4 
S-25 
S-23 
S-24 
S-18 
S-14 

S-6 
S-34 
S-18 

S-6 

S-7 
S-14 
S-32 
S-21 
S-19 
S-23 

S-24 

S-6 

S-7 

S-IO 

S-14 

S-U 

S-36 

S-6 

S-26 
S-6 

S-19 
S-13 
S-IO 
S-5 
S-8 
S-26 



S-27 
S-23 
S-24 
S-25 
S-37 
S-U 
S-13 
S-14 

S-25 

S-5 

S-13 

S-16 

S-27 
S-34 



Number 

AD-291 535 
PB-163 813 
PB-163 781 
PB-163 843 
PB-163 809 
AD-284 473 
AD- 286 197 
AD-401 896 
AD-299 831 
AD-404 762 
PB-163 801 
AD-284 879 
PB-163 700 
PB-163 812 
PB-163 771 
AD- 283 653 
PB-163 804 
PB-163 804 
AD-274 003 
PB-163 771 
PB-163 843 
AD-414 574 
AD-295 605 
PB-163 813 
AD-291 535 
PB-163 835 
PB-163 849 
PB-163 848 
AD-290 820 
PB-163 781 
AD- 280 462 
AD- 282 269 
AD-401 242 
PB-163 809 
AD- 289 382 
AD-286 197 
f«-163 845 
AD-286 370 
AD-285 453 
AD-290 391 
PB-163 781 
PB-163 771 
AD- 283 653 
FB-163 838 
PB-163 808 
PB-163 810 
PB-163 811 
AD-402 615 
AD-291 535 
PB-163 785 
AD-299 831 
AD-285 453 
AD-290 393 
AD-290 391 
PB-163 810 
PB-163 811 
AD-403 388 
PB-163 771 
AD-285 054 
AD-276 636 
PB-163 810 

FB-163 806 
AD-410 138 
AD-410 139 
AD-298 343 
AD-414 574 
AD-289 382 
re-163 847 
AD- 295 605 
PB-163 815 
PB-163 816 
PB-163 817 
FB-163 804 
AD-290 390 
AD-285 454 
AD-299 881 
AD-299 829 
AD-285 054 
PB-163 812 
PB-163 842 
PB-163 845 
AD-286 370 
F6-163 843 
PB-163 844 
AD-298 810 
AD-403 353 
AD-402 897 
PB-163 804 
PB-163 838 



Subject 

Johnston Island 

Language 

Lasers 

Launch vehicles 

(Aerospace) 
Learoiog 



Loading 

Loading (Mechanics) 



Low-pass filters 
Machine translation 
Marine engineering 



Marine meteorology 



Masers 



Mass spectroscopy 
Mass transfer 
Mathematical logic 
Mathematical models 
Mathematical prediction 
Measuring devices (E lee 
tries 1 and electronic) 

Mercury alloys 
Mesoecale waves 
Metabolism 
Metal plates 
Meteorites 
Meteorological data 
Meteorological radar 

Microminiaturization 

(Electronics) 
Microorgaiumis 
Microwave amplifiers 

Military facilities 

Millimeter waves 
Modulators 
Molectrooics 
Molecular beams 

Molybdenum alloys 
Molybdenum compounds 

Mooring 

Navigational aids 

Neutrons 

Nickel 

Niobium alloys 

Nitrhles 

Nitrogen 

Noise (Radio) 

Nuclear energy levels 

Nuclear power plants 

Nuclei 

Nucleons 

Numerical analysis 

Nutrition 

Oceanology 

Optical systems 

Optimalization 

Oscillators 

Oxygen 

Oxygen electrodes 
Pacific Islands 

Pacific Ocean 
Packing materials 
Parametric amplifiers 

Pattern recognition 
Pentaboranes 
Berformance i 
Phase meters 
Hiosphorus 
Pile anchors 
Pitot tubes 



Page 

S-7 
S-37 
S-14 
S-35 

S-17 

S-2 

S-19 

S-9 
S-18 
S-22 

S-14 
S-37 
S-18 
S-26 



S-6 
S-7 

S-13 
S-14 
S-35 
S-36 

S-6 
S-15 
S-26 

S-2 

S-13 
S-14 

S-5 

S-7 
S-13 
S-24 

S-8 
S-35 

S-7 



S-16 
S-4 

S-14 
S-16 
S-6 
S-7 
S-15 
S-14 
S-13 
S-15 
S-36 
S-26 
S-20 

S-9 

S-2 

S-18 

S-27 

S-26 

S-20 

S-24 

S-14 

S-33 

S-32 

S-33 

S-33 

S-22 

S-18 

S-6 

S-35 

S-9 

S-14 

S-8 

S-24 

S-6 

S-6 

S-7 

S-7 

S-9 

S-14 

S-16 

S-16 

S-5 

S-3 

S-14 

S-36 

S-9 

S-24 



Number 

FB-163 811 
PB-163 827 
AD-284 412 
AD-275 376 

FB-163 837 
AD-402 493 
FB-163 765 
FB-163 766 
FB-181 556 
PB-163 814 
AD-282 269 
AD-290 820 
PB-163 771 
PB-163 827 
FB-163 814 
FB-163 815 
PB-163 816 
PB-163 817 
AD-410 138 
AD-410 139 
AD-402 142 
AD- 283 323 
AD-284 412 
AD-275 376 
AD-280 462 
AD-283 653 
FB-163 772 
PB-163 815 
AD-402 493 

FB-163 812 
PB-163 771 
PB-163 847 
FB-163 801 
PB-163 813 
AD-401 242 
AD-279 568 
FB-163 835 
PB-163 801 
I«-163 802 

AD-402 897 
n-163 846 
AD-284 412 
AD- 296 366 
PB-163 810 
PB-163 811 
AD-403 323 
PB-163 771 
AD-283 323 
AD-403 323 
AD-280 462 
FB-163 806 
AD-292 137 
AD-299 956 
PB-163 834 
PB-163 809 
PB-163 808 
FB-163 8(M 
P6-163 806 
AD-292 137 
AD-285 454 
AD-402 615 
AD-261 421 
AD-291 535 
AD-261 421 
AD-261 421 
{S-163 788 
PB-163 781 
AD-410 138 
AD-275 376 
AD-400 941 
PB-163 771 
AD-295 605 
AD-285 454 
AD-283 653 
FB-163 810 
FB-163 811 
AD-402 142 
PB-181 556 
FB-163 771 
AD- 296 366 
AD-295 906 
PB-163 847 
FB-163 782 
PB-163 771 
AD-276 636 
FB-163 834 
AD-401 240 



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Plague S-5 

Plasma physics S-23 

Placinum electrodes S-6 

Prandtl -Meyer flow S-24 

Preservation S-S 

Pressure vessAls S-22 

Preventive medicine S-5 

Primary cells S-15 
Protes (Electromagnetic^ S-24 
Programming (Computers) S - 22 

Propagatioa S- 

PropuUioo S- 

Protective coverings S-8 

Pulse generators S-6 

Quality control S-13 

Quartz crystals S-13 

Radar echo areas S-7 

Radiation injuries S-S 

Radiofrequency cables S-15 

Radioprotective agents S-5 

Reactor coolants S-34 

Reactor fuel rods S-21 

Reactor safety systems S-32 

Records S-IO 

Refractory coatings S-26 

Refrigeration systems S-8 

Reliatjility (Electronics) S-13 

Rocket motor nozzles S-19 
Rotor blades 

(Rotary wings) S-ll 
Rotor blades 

(Turoomachioery) S-IO 
S-ll 

Rupture S-22 

Russian language S-37 

Satellite attitude S-17 

Satellites (Artificial) S-17 

Sea breeze S-7 

Sea waier S-28 

Selenium S-36 

Semiconductor devices S-l3 



Scmicooductora 



S-14 
S-14 
S-36 



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PB- 163 843 
PB-1W844 
AD-290 390 
AD- 283 653 
AD- 285 454 
PB-181 555 
AD -403 089 
PB- 163 844 
AD-284 473 
AD -401 240 
P8- 163 788 
PB- 163 783 
AD-299 831 
PB-181 555 
AD-283 653 
AD-414 574 
PB-163812 
F6-163 801 
NAS-NRC-1134 
PB- 163 767 
NAS-NRC-1134 
PB- 163 838 
PB-163 785 
PB- 163 786 
AD-291 535 
AD -403 388 
PB- 163 806 
NAS->4RC-1098 
AD-414 574 
AD -298 343 

AD- 285 054 

AD- 236 197 
AD 401 896 ' 
AD-403 089 
PB-163 827 
AD- 209 840 
AD-299 840 
PB- 163 837 
PB-163 801 
PB-163 836 
AD -27 6 636 
AD-298 810 
AD-403 353 
AD-414 574 
AD-402 615 
AD- 402 615 
AD- 276 636 



Subject 

Shelters 
Shielding 
Ship hulls 

Ship RKXlels 
Ship plates 
Ship structural 

components 
Ships (Non-military) 
Shock tubes 
Shock waves 



Short take-off planes 

Silanes 
Silicides 

Silicon 



Silicon compounds 

Sliver 

Single crystals 

Sintering 

Sodium compounds 

Sonar personnel 

Sound 

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Space flight 

Speech 

Stainless steel 

Sundards 

Steel 

Storage 

Stresses 

Structural properties 

Submarine personnel 

Subminiature electronic 

equipment 
Suteonic flow 
Sulfuric acid 



S-18 
S-34 
S-26 

S-26 
S-18 

S-18 



18 

37 

23 

24 

25 

34 

S-35 

S-10 

S-19 

S-21 

S-20 



S-13 
S-14 
S-19 

S-21 

S-27 
S-19 

S«20 

S-5 

S-3 

S-24 

S-35 

S-23 
S-16 
S-ll 
S-10 
S-27 

S-8 
S-22 
S 10 

S-3 

S-13 

s-23 

S-6 



Number 

FB- 163 808 
PB-163 838 
FB-163 815 
PB-163 817 
FB-163 816 
PB-163 814 

PB-163 764 
PB-163 764 
AD-299 829 
AD-290 390 
AD-285 454 
AD-299 881 
PB-163 784 
PB-163 783 
AD-289 382 
AD-299 831 
PB-163 785 
AD- 292 137 
AD-299 956 
AD-414 574 
AD-402 615 
PB-163 765 

-163 766 

-163 785 

-163 786 

-163 804 

-163 765 

-163 766 
AD -292 137 
AD-299 956 
PB-163 847 
PB-163 782 
AD-401 242 
PB-163 783 
PB-163 835 
AD-290 390 
AD- 295 906 
AD-285 054 
AD-276 861 
PB-163 850 
NAS NRC - 1098 
AD- 282 269 
AD-284 879 
PB-163 789 

AD-274 003 
AD-290 390 
AD-283 653 



PB- 
PB- 
PB- 
PB- 
PB- 
PB- 



Subject 

Sulfur 
Superaerodynamics 

Surface-active 

subs canoes 
Switching circuits 

Syntax 

Temperature inversion 

Test equipment 

Thermodynamics 

Theses 

Thin films 

Titanium 
Towed bodies 
Transistors 



Tritium 

Tropical regions 
Tunnel diodes 
Turbulent boundary 

layer 
Upper atmosphere 
Vanguard project 
Vapor placing 

Variable capacitors 
Ventillacion ducts 
Verucal-gust 

recorders 
Vertical take-off 

planes 



Vortices 

Weather forecasung 
Wind tunnel models 
Wind tunnels 
Wing -body 

configurations 
Wings 
Zirconium compounds 



Page 

S-36 
S-23 
S-36 

S-28 
S-6 
S-15 
S-37 
S-7 
S-22 
S-36 
S-27 
S-19 

S-U 
S-23 
S-13 



S-14 

S-8 

S-7 

S-14 

S-24 
S-8 
S-17 
S-13 
S-21 
S-14 
S-18 



S-IO 

S-ll 
S-23 
S-25 
S-7 
S-25 
S-ll 

S-25 
S-23 
S-20 



Number 

AD-276 636 
AD-290 390 
AD -280 462 

PB-163 769 
AD-283 653 
PB-163 772 
PB-163 827 
FB-163 818 
PB-163 849 
AD- 280 462 
PB-163 827 
PB-163 765 
PB-163 766 
AD-285 054 
AD-401 241 
AD-298 810 
AD-403 353 
AD-414 574 
AD-402 615 
AD- 279 568 
AD-402 142 
AD-402 615 

AD-401 242 
AD- 295 605 
PB-163 837 
AD-414 574 
PB-163 785 
PB 163 771 
PB-163 808 



S-10 AD-403 388 



AD-286 197 
AD-289 382 
AD-401 896 
AD-290 393 
AD-286 370 
PB- 163 802 
AD-404 762 
AD-290 063 

AD-404 762 
AD-290 393 
AD -292 137 
AD-299 956 



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AERODYNAMIC HCATINB | | 

TELEMETER SYSTEMS 

A PASSIvr TtMPERATURE-TELEMfTERING 
SYSTEM FOR euN-LAUNCHEO MODELS. 

AL)-417 114 OIV. 90 

AEROSPACE CRAFT 
HAZARDS 

REVIEf OF FIRE AND EXPLOSIOtI 
HAZARDS OF FLI^T VEHICLE COM- 
BUSTIBLES. 

AD-MIT 126 OIV 

AIR TRAFFIC 
SCHEOULINB 

OPERATIONAL EVALUATION OF AIRPORT 
RUNtAY 0ESI6N ANO. CAPACITY. 

A0-m7 20i OIV. 33 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMS 
DISPLAY SYSTEMS 

INFORMATION DISPLAY IN THE ATR 
TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM. 

AO-417 680 OlVtj 19 

AIR TRAFFIC cnNTROLLCR* . 

DECISION MAKING ' 

INFORMATION DISPLAY IN THE AIR 
TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM. 

AD-417 680 DIV> 

AIRCRAFT 

NAVIGATION 

ACCURACY OF PILOT ESTIMATION OF 
RANGE ANO RfLAlIVE ALTITUDE OF 
ANOTHER AIRCRAFT UNDER VISUAL FLIO>^T 
RULES. 

AD-«17 664 OIV. 1 

AIRCRAFT EOUIPMCNT 

COOLING t VFNTILATINa EQUIPMENT 

OEVELOPMFNT OF COOLING SPECIFICA- 
TIONS FOR AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC EOUIP- 



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r 



SUBJECT INDEX 



RENTS. 

AO-KIT 331 OIV. 1 

AIRCRAFT eOUIPHCNT 
ELECTRIC SWITCHES 

CONTACTlESS SIITCHMG DEVICES ANO 
ASSEMBLIES FOR PERFORMING THE FUNC- 
TIONS PRESENTLY ACCOMPLISHED BY CON- 
VENTIONAL ELECTROMECHANICAL StITCHING 
DEVICES IN AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL 
SYSTEMS. 

AD-«17 130 DIV. 7 

investigation of the feasibility 
of developing ne« or improved 
contactless sbitching concepts that 
■III providf necessary po*er 
sfltching. protection and control 
functions for aircraft. 

A0-ai7 131 OIV. 7 

AIRCRAFT FINISHES 
CLCANING COMPOUNDS 
- tTFECTS OF TEXO NO. 302 AF ANO 
PENNSALT CLFANER NO. <•<» PAINT STRIP- 
PERS ON COMMONLY USED AIRCRAFT 
MATERIALS. 

A0-<«17 21V OIV. 14 

AIRCRAFT OUNS 
TESTS 

H61 VULCAN kUNI progress REPORT 
NO. <tO. 

AO-KIT i|23 OIV. 22 

AIRFRAME BEARINGS 
REENTRY VEHICLES 

RESEARCH ANO DEVELOPMENT OF AIR- 
FRAME BEARINGS FOR AEROSPACE VEHICLCSI 
FRICTION! (FAR. AND LIMITING LOAD 
CAPACITY OF SOPERALLOY. CERMET. ANO 
CERAMIC MATERIALS IITH ANO WITHOUT 
LUBRICANTS AT TEMPERATURES FROM -100 
TO 29O0F. 

A0-«17 <t3o DIV. 10 

AIRFRAMES 

ACROCLASTICITV 

TOPICS ON FLEXIBLE AIRPLANE 
DYNAMICS. 

AD-417 162 DIV. 9 

TOPICS ON FLEXIBLE AIRPLANE DY- 
NAMICS (PART III. COUPLING OF THE 
RIiiID ANO ELASTIC DEGREES OF FREEDOM 
OF AN AIRFRAME) . 

AO-417 234 OtV. 9 

APPLICATION OF FLEXIBLE AIR- 
FRAME TRANSFER FUNCTION APPROXIMA- 
TIONS! SENSITIVITY OF TRANSFER FUNC- 
TIONS TO MonE SHAPE I METHODS OF AP- 
PROXIMATE MODE SHAPE CALCULATIONS. 
A0-m7 236 DIV. 9 

TOPICS ON FLEXIBLE AIRPLANE DY- 
NAMICS (PART IV. COUPLING OF THE 
RIGID ANO ELASTIC DEGREES OF FREEDOM 
OF AN AIRFRAME-AUTOPILOT SYSTEM). 
AO-417 244 OIV. 9 

AIRPORTS 

eCiOE PATH SYSTEMS 

HUMAN FACTORS ASPECTS OF THE PROM- 
LEM OF LIGHTINU A RUNWAY THRESHOLD THAT 
HAS BEEN DISPLACED FROM THE END OF THE 
PAVEMENT TO INSURE APPROACH CLEARANCE 
OF OBSTACLES. 

AD-417 446 DIV. 33 

AIRPORTS 

LUHTING EQUIPMENT 

A MODEL SCHEDULE FOR GRADUAL ADDI- 
TION OF AIRPORT LIGHTING SYSTEM COM- 
PONENTS TO AUGMENT THE GUIDANCE VALUE 
OF THE BASIC CONFIGURATION. 

AO-417 447 OIV. 33 

ALBEBRAIC OeOMCTRY 
SPHERES 

MATHEMATICAL RESEARCH ACTIVITIES. 
AO-417 492 OIV. 15 

ALBCBRAIC T0P0LO«Y 
AUTOMATION 

PRODUCTS OF AUTOMATA AND THE PROM- 
LEM OF COVERING. 

AD-417 380 OIV. 15 

ALBCBRAIC TOPOL0«V 

TRANSFORMATIONS IHATHEMATIOI 

MATHEMATICAL RESEARCH ACTIVITIES. 
AO-417 492 OIV. 15 

ALKALI MCTALS 
HALIOCS 

RADIATION COLORING OF ALKALI HALIDE 
CRYSTALS CONTAINING SULFATE IONS. 
AO-417 474 OIV. 25 

ALLOYS 

ABSTRACTS 

SELECTED ACCESSIONS* AUG 63> 
DEFENSE METALS INFORMATION CENTER. 



AO-417 469 OIV. IT 

ALUMINUM 

CONPRCSSIve PRO^CRTICS 

REACTION OF FINE METAL WIRES TO 
IMPOSED LOaOSI effect OF SPECIMEN 
SIZE ON OEFPRMAflON PROPERTIES. 

AD-417 597 DIV. 17 

ALUMINUM ALLOYS 
PHASC STUDIES 

FACTORS AFFECTING THE DECOMPOSI- 
TION OF THE INTERMEDIATE PHASE GAMBIA 
TI3AL. 

AO-417 590 DIV. 17 

ANALDS-DIGITAL COMPUTERS 
OESIBN 

ItheSIS. a method OF DATA ACOUISI- 
TI(Jn ANO SYSTEM CONTROL THROUGH TIMF 
SHARING OF MIXED INPUTS. 

AO-417 186 DIV. 30 

ANALOG SYSTEMS 
DISPLAY SYSTEMS 

AUTOCON AUTOMATIC CONTOUR 
DISPLAY. 

AD-417 193 DIV. 30 

ANALOa-TO»OIGITAL CONVCRTERS 
ERRORS 

DIGITIZING PARAMETERS ANO CALCU- 
LATED STATISTICS OF A WAVEFORM. 

AO-417 243 DIV. 8 

ANOOei (ELECTRON TUBES) 
MAGNETRONS 

ANOOE STRUCTURES FOR COLO-CATHOOE 
HIGH-POWER MAGNETRON. 

AD-41T 620 OlVt 8 

ANTENNA CONFIGURATIONS 

RAOIOFREQUENCY INTERFERCNCE 

STUDY OF NOISE INTRODUCED INTO 
RAUIO COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS BY THE 
PROPAGATING MEDIUM. AND THE DEVELOP- 
MENT OF TECHNIOUES FOR REDUCING THI5 
NOISE BY PROPER OPTIMUM ANTENNA DESIGN. 
AD-417 553 DIV. 8 

ANTENNA RADIATION PATTERNS 
MCASUREMCNT 

CIRCULAR ARRAYSI CONSTRUCTION DE- 
TAILS ARE GIVEN FOR EXPERIMENTAL 
EQUIPMENT FOR MEASURING ELECTRICAL 
PROPERTIES ALONG THE RADIATING ELE- 
MENTS ANO FAR FIELD RADIATION 
PATTERNS OF SMALL ANTENNA ARRAYS. 
AD-417 617 DIV. 8 

ANTENNAS 

ELECTRICAL PROPCRTIEi 

CIRCULAR ARRAYSI CONSTRUCTION DE- 
TAILS ARE GIVEN FOR EXPERIMENTAL 
EQUIPMENT FOR MEASURING ELECTRICAL 
PROPERTIES ALONG THE RADIATING ELE- 
MENTS ANO F«R FIELD RADIATION 
PATTERNS OF SMALL ANTENNA ARRAYS. 
AD-417 617 OIV. 8 

ANTENNAS 

RAOIOFReOUCNCV 

ANTENNA SYSTEMS FOR THE FREOOENCV 
RANGE 50 TO 1000 HC. 

AD-417 138 OIV. 8 

ANTENNAS 

REENTRY VEHICLES 

ANTENNA WINOOWt A TECHNIQUE FOR 
PROPAGATION THROUGH A PLASMA SHEATH, 
AO-417 454 DIV. 8 

ANTIMONY 
FILMS 

HIBM RESOLUTION ELECTRON MICRO- 
SCOPE FOR OBSERVATION ANO ANALYSIS 
OF THIN-FiLM MICROSTRUCTURE OF ANTI- 
MONY-CESIUM FILM. REPRINT. 

AO-417 364 DIV. 29 

ANTISEIZE COMPOUNDS 

HEAT-RESISTANT METALS 8 ALLOYS 

EFFECTS OF ANTISEIZE COMPOUNOS 
ANO LUBRICANTS ON HIGH TEMPERATURE 
ALLOYS AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES I 7 
ALLOYS AND 22 COMPOUNDS TESTED. 

AD-417 193 OIV. t« 

ARSON 
SOLIDS 

CONTRIBUTION OF THREE-BOOY INTER- 
ACTIONS TO THE ENERGY OF VACANCY FOR- 
MATION IN SOLID ARGON. 

AO-417 391 OIV. 9 

ARMINS OCVICES 

POINT-OETONATINB FUZES 

FEASIBILITY STUDY OF AIR OASHPOT 
FOR DELAYED ARMING OF M92A2 PO FUZE. 
AD-417 160 DIV. 22 

ASTRONAUTICS 
SPACE FLIGHT 

POPULAR •tURVEV OF USSR ACHIEVEMENTS 



NI-1 



OIV. 12 



AST - CKR 

IM S^ACe PLT6HT. 

*o-«t7 «ia 

ASTKOMAUTS 
TfUINtM 

THAININS ANO THAININS EQUIPneNT 

neuuinEiCNTS ro« snoutto operator amo 

MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL 0^ ADVANCED 
SPARE SYSTEMS* 

AO-417 183 OIV. 13 

ASVfWETHIC BODIES 

MATHEMATICAL ANALTtIS 

AN INVESTIGATION OP MlSM-ALTITUOC 
BALLOOWS op SHAPES »MICH A« NOT 
HOTATIONALLT STHMET»1C. 

AO-alT 164 OIV« t 

ATttOMMCTC 
tOMIZATION 

THE CHEMICAL KINETICS Of ATHOS- 
PHEMIC OeiO»'IZATION. 

AD-417 113 OIV« 2 

*TM01*He«f 

SOUND I NO KOCKtTS 

xeSOSPHEPIC IIMOS PKOM 23 SUCCES- 
SIVE HOUMLT SOUNDINGS. 

A0-41T «41 OIV> 2 

ATMOSPMCRC MOeCLS 
ELECTRON DENSITY 

»TMOSPHE»IC STRUCTURE ANO ITS 
VARIATIONS. 

AO-417 201 OIV. 2 

ATMOSPMCRie S0UNOIN* 
■ tNO 

mESOSPHEPIC tINOS MOM 23 SUCCES- 
SIVE XOURLT SOUNOINSS. 

A0-«t7 U«l OIV. 2 

ATMOSPHERIC TCMKRATURC 
UmR ATMOS^HCRE 

SOLAR RAPIOPLUX ANO OPPER-ATMOSPhE' 

TEMPERATURE. 

A0-ai7 «61 OIV. 2 

ATMOSPHERIC TIDES 
MEASUREMENT 

»ESOSPHE»IC •INOS PROM 23 SUCCES- 
SIVE HOURLY SOUNOINSS. 

AO-417 441 OIV. 2 

ATOMIC ORSITALS 
COMPLEX COMPOUNDS 

"OLECULA" ORBITAL TREATMENT OP 
THE SPECTRU*" OF TIF61-3) lONI 
CALCULATION OP ELECTRONIC ENERttY 
LEVELS. 

AO-417 633 OIV. « 

ATOMS 

CHCMtCAt REACTIONS 

SOLID STATE PROPERTIES OP NON- 
CONOUCTINa MATERIALS OP SIMPLE MON- 
ATO"TC ANO niATOMIC SPECIES. MATHE- 
MATICAL METHODS FOR THE EVALUATION 
OP THE $ECO»'0-OROER THREEBOOY 
INTERACTIONS. 

AO-417 6S2 OIV. 2S 

ATTENTION 

PCMFOMHANCE TtSTS 

COMRELATION BETIEEN VISUAL AND 
AUDITORY VI6ILANCE PERFORMANCE. 

AD-417 176 OIV. 16 

ATTENUATION 

HUH PREOUCNCV 

POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY ESTIMATES OF 
Trie FAOINfi OF HI6H FREauCNCY RADIO 
lAVES. 

AO-417 190 OIV. B 

ATttTUOC CONTROL SVSTENS 
•4UVITV 

A SYSTEM FOR PASSIVE GRAVITY- 
SRADIENT STABILIZATION OF EARTH 
SATELLITES. 

A0-4tT 921 OIV. 12 

ATTITueCS 
ANALYSIS 

ATTITUOE!^ OF TROOPS IN THE TROPICS. 
AO-417 7«6 OIV. 28 

AUDITORY NKRvr 

PCRPORMANCE TtSTS 

CORRELATION BETWEEN VISUAL ANO 
AUDITORY VI6ILANCE PERFORMANCE. 

AO-417 176 OIV. 16 

AUTOMATION 

SeOUENTIAL ANALVtIt 

PRODUCTS OF AUTOMATA ANO THE PROB- 
LEM OF COVE*IN«. 

AD-417 380 OIV. 19 

AVIATION ACCIDENTS 
RELIABILITY 

SYSTEMS »ELIABILITY ENGINEERINO 
IN CRASH PROGRAMS! 
CAPABILITY. 

AO-417 209 OIV. I 

AVIATION PUCLS 

ATMOSPHERIC ELECTRICITY 

INVESTIGATION OF MECHANISMS 
OF POTENTIAL AIRCRAFT FUEL TANK VENT 
FIRES A^O EXPLOSIONS CAUSED BY AT- 
MOSPHERIC CLECTRICITYI FINAL REPORT. 
AD-417 246 OIV. 1 

•ALL BEARINaS 



LMRICATION 

THE EFFECT OF LUBRICATION ON THE 
FATIGUE LIFF OF RXLIN8 CONTACTSI SUM- 
MARY REPORT NO. 1. 

AO-417 918 OIV. 26 

BALLOONS 

AERODYNAMIC CONPIBURATtONS 

AN INVESTIGATION OF Hi 6H-ALTITU0E 
BALLOONS OF SHAPES tHICH ARE NOT 
ROTATIONALLY SYMMETRIC. 

A0-4tT 164 OIV. 1 

•ATS 

SENSORY MCCMANIBM* 

EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON ECHOLOCATIO 
SYSTEMS OF THE BAT. 

AO-417 989 OIV. 28 

BEAMS (ELECTROMAONCTiei 
REFLECTORS 

TRANSMISSION OF MICRORAVE BEAMS 
AROUNO RIGHT AN6LC CORNERS BY USE OF 
DOUBLE CURVATURE REFLECTORSI FINAL 
REPORT. 

AD-417 486 OIV. 9 

BEARIN8S 

LUBRICATION 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH ON 
THE FEASIBILITY OF THE USE OF LtOUIO- 
METAL FUSIONS AS LUBRICANTS. 

A0>417 413 OIV. IT 

BCCF 
LIVER 

A MEASURE OF THE QUALITY ANO 
ACCEPTANCE OF BEEF LIVER. 

AO-417 903 OIV. 29 

•CHAVIOR 
LEARN IN* 

EXPERIMENT OESIBN TO TEST SUPPOSI- 
TION THAT INSIGHTFUL BEHAVIOR TAKES 
PLACE WHEN THE STIMULUS SEPARATION 
MAKES IT OBVIOUS TO THE OBSERVER THAT 
THE ENTIRE STIMULUS FIELD COULD NOT 
BE SEEN ORIVIN« A SINOLE EXPOSURE. 
AO-417 487 OIV. 28 

• »LIO«RAPHUS 
ELCCTRETS 

A BIBLIOGRAPHY ON ELECTRETS. 
AO-417 932 OIV. 8 

BIBLI08RAPHIES 

ELCCTROMAONrTIC SHIELOIN* 

PROPOSED SPECIFICATIONS FOR 
ELECTROMAGNfTIC SMirLOiNG OF EN- 
- CLOSURES ANP BUILOINGS. EFFECTIVENESS 
AGAINST PLANE •AVE FIELDS 2 TO 10.0^0 
MCi ANO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS 10 KC 
TO 2 HC. 

AO-417 699 OtV> 19 

• I^CIMRAPHIES 
LIOUID METALS 

eiSLIOGRAPHY. LIOUIO METALSi 
LidUlD METAL ALLOYS ANO THEIR 
APPLICATIONS. 

AD-417 HI OIV. IT 

•I^LIO«RAPHIES 

MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL 

BIBLIOGRAPHY ON MAINTENANCE 
PERSONNEL PFRFORMANCE MEASUREMENT. 
A0-4t7 424 OIV. 28 

BIB(.tO«RARHieS 
MATERIALS 

DEFENSE METALS INFORMATION CENTER 
SELECTED ACCESSIONS. 

AO-417 189 OIV. 17 

• IM.I08RAPHIES 
METALS 

SELECTED ACCESSIONSi AUG 63t 
DEFENSE METALS INFORMATION CENTER. 
AO-417 469 OIV. 17 

•IBtiOSRAPMIES 

MILITARY ORSANIZATIONS 

A PRELIMINA*»Y BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE 
STUDIES OF THE ROLES OF MILITARY 
ESTABLISHMENTS IN DEVEL0FIN6 NATIONS. 
AO-417 797 OIV. 18 

•IBLIOCRAPMIES 
PHYSICS 

PROFESSIONAL PAPERS CLEARED FOR 
POSSIBLE PUBLICATION AND/OR PRESENTA- 
TION. 

AO-417 440 DIV. >9 

•IBLI08RAPHIES 

RADIATION 0AMA8C 

ABSTRACTS OF ACCESSIONS DURIN6 
SEPTEMBER 1963 BY THE RADIATION 
EFFECTS INFORMATION CENTER. 

AD-417 681 OIV. 32 

THE QUICK REACTION BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

TERRESTRIAL NASNETISM 

FORTY-TIP ABSTRACTS OF PUBLI- 
CATIONS ON HYOROMAGNETIC PROBLEHS 
BEARING ON GEOMAGNETISM I FINAL REPORT 
AD-417 336 OIV. 2 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

RADIATION EFFECTS 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCHI 
IONIZING RAPIATIDN AND METABOLISM. 
AO-417 407 OIV. 16 



BI0L08Y 

SCIENTIFIC RCUARCH 

SOVIET LITERATURE ON LIFE SUPFORT 
SYSTEMSI BIPSCIENCES. 

AO-417 290 OIV. 16 

•LOOO FRCSSURE 
HVFtRTCNSION 

PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF COLD PRESSOR 
TEST AND BASAL BLOOD PRESSURE BASED ON 
AN EIOHTEEN-TEAR F0LL09-UP STUDY. 
AO-417 334 OIV. 16 

M.UNT BODIES 

NVFtRSONIC FLOB 

REAL GAS FLOB FIELD PROPERTIES 
AROUND BLUNT CONES. 

AO-417 196 OIV. 9 

•OOieS OF REVOLUTION 
FLUID FLOB 

REAL FLO» OVER A BODY OF REVOLU- 
TION AT ANALE OF ATTACK. 

AO-417 713 OIV. 9 

•OMt CARRIERS 
OCSItN 

PREPROOUCTION TESTING OF THE FAIREY 
AVIATION MN-IA PRACTICE BOMB DISPENSER. 
AO-417 197 OtV. 22 

BOMt EJECTORS 

ENVIROMMCNTAL TCBTB 

PREPROOUCTION TESTING OF THE FAIREY 
AVIATION MN-IA PRACTICE BOMB DISPENSER. 
AO-417 197 OIV. 22 

BONOCO JOINTS 
AOHESIVtS 

DETERMINATION OF MECHANICAL 
PROPERTIES PF ADHESIVES FOR USE IN THE 
DESIGN AT BONDED JOINTS. 

AD-417 629 OIV. 29 

BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS 
NUM*XICAL ANALYSIS 

A METHOD OF SUCCESSIVE APFROXINA- 
TIONS FOR THE SOLUTION OF OPTIMAL 
CONTROL PROBLEMS. 

AO-417 981 OIV. 19 

■RAZIN* 

REFRACTORY METALS • ALLOYS 

EXOTHERMIC 9RAZIN6 OF UNALLOYED 
TUN8STEN. MPLYBOENU"' COLUMBIUM. TAN- 
TALUM« AND TZM ALLOYI QUARTERLY REPT. 
■ 3. 

A0-41T 710 OIV. 26 

•RITTLENESS 
MATERIALS 

STATE-OF-THE-ART SURVEY ON 
MECHANICAL PROPERTY TEST METHODS FOR 
BRITTLE MATrRIALS. 

AO-417 621 OIV. !• 

•UILOINCS 

CLCCTROMASNETIe SMIEL0IN8 

PROPOSED SFtCIFlCATIONS FOR 
ELtCTROMAGNfTlC SHIELDING OF EN- 
CLOSURES ANP BUILDINGS. EFFECTIVENESS 
AGAINST PLA»'E «AVE rlELDS 2 TO tOiOOO 
MC< ANO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS 10 KC 
TO 2 MC. 

AO-417 699 OIV. 13 

CALIBRATION 

TEST EOUIFMENT lELteTRONlCSI 

CALCULATIONS FOR THE CALIBRATION 
OF RIFI METfRS USING A VERTICAL ROO 
ANTENNA. 

AO-417 989 OIV. 8 

CAMERA TUBES 
DCSIBN 

POSITIVE-GRID ELECTRON GUNS FOR 
HIGH-RESOLUTION CAMERA TUBES. 

AO-417 792 OIV. R 

CATHODE RAY TUWS 

MANUFACTUNINB NCTMOOS 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE FOR 
THE MANUFACTURE OF OEFLECTRON OFVICES. 
AO-417 624 OIV. 8 

CATHOOCS 

MCTAL COATINGS 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCHI 
PREPARATION OF THER-OSTASLt 9RISHT 
SILVER COATINGS FOR PHOTOELECTRIf 
CATHODES. 

AO-417 3*9 OIV. 14 

CATHOOCS (ELECTRON TUBCSI 

FIELD EMISSION ^ 

DEVELOPMENT OF A MILLIMETER •AVE 
GENERATOR USING A FIELD EMISSION 
CATHODE. 

AO-417 279 OIV. 8 

CEMENTS 

BONDING . ^_ 

HYPOTHESIS ON THE NATURE OF COHE- 
SIVE BONOS IN PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRFTE. 
AO-417 214 OIV. 14 

. CERAMIC FIBERS 
PRODUCTION 

FEASIBILITY OF FORMING REFRACTORY 
FIBERS BY A CONTINUOUS PROCESS. 

AD-417 436 OIV. I* 

CERAMIC MATERIALS 
BRITTLENESS 



NI-2 



STATE-OF-THE-ART SURVEY 
NfCHANICAL PROPERTY TEST METHODS FOR 
BRITTLE MATERIALS. 

AO-417 621 OIV. 14 

CERAMIC MATERIALS 
HIGH FREQUENCY 

HIGH FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS OF 
CERAMIC MATERIALS. 

AD-417 684 OIV. 14 

CEREBRAL CORTEX 

INFRARED RAPIATION 

THE NEAR INFRARED EMISSION FROM THE 
MAMMALIAN CEREBRAL CORTEX IS STUOIEO. 
AD-417 125 OIV. 29 

CERENKOV RADIATION 
CHARGED PARTICLES 

DENSITY EFFECT IN SOLIDS ANO 
OASES. 

AO-417 290 DIV» 29 

CESIUM 

COMPATIBILITY 



FACTORS AFFECTING THE COMPATIRILITY COMPLEX VARIABLES 



AO-417 899 OIV. % 

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 

COMMUMUCATION SATELLITES (ACTIVE! 

COMPUTATIONAL AIDS FQR THE 
GROSS DESIG»i OF SATELLITE COMMUNICA- 
TIONS SYSTEMS. 

AD-417 699 DIV. 9 

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 
DIGITAL SYSTEMS 

EFFECTS PF FILTERING A RANDOM 
BINARY SEQUENCE RlTH FINITE MEMORY. 
LINEAR AND NONLINEAR FILTERS. FINAL 
REPORT. 

AO-417 232 OIV. 9 

COMPLEX COMPOUNDS 

ATOMIC ENER8Y LEVELS 

"OlECULA* ORBITAL TREATMENT OF 
THE SPECTRU" OF TIF(M-3I lONI 
CALCULATION OF ELECTRONIC ENERGY 
LEVELS. 

AO-417 633 DIV. 4 



OF LIQUID CESIUM IITH CONTAINMENT 
METALS. 

AO-417 67$ 0I«« 17 

CESIUM 
FILMS 

HIGH RESOLUTION ELECTRON 4icR0 
SCOPE FOR OPSERVATION ANO ANALYSIS 
OF TMIN-FILH MICROSTRUCTURE OF ANTI- 
MONY-CESIUM FILM, REPRINT. 

AD-417 364 DIV. 29 

CHECKOUT EQUIPMENT 
TRAINING DEVICES 

DESCRIPTION ANO FUNCTIONAL CHARAC- 
TERISTICS OF CHECKOUT ANO MAINTENANCE 
tCAMI TRAlNFR USED FOR TRAINING AND 

AIDING Electronic maintenancIi 

PERSONNEL. I I 

AD-417 417 OIV. 23 

CLEANING COMPOUNDS 
CORROSION 

EFFECTS OF TEXO NO. 902AF AND 
FENNSALT CLEANER NO. 44 PAINT STRIP- 
PERS ON COMMONLY USED AIRCRAFT 
MATERIALS. 

AD-417 219 DIV. 14 

CLOUO-CYCLC ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS 
ALGAE 

A PHOTOSVNTHETIC GAS EXCHANGER 
SYSTEM UTILIZING A STRAIN OF CHLORELLAe 
VULGARIS ALRAEt DESIGNED ANO TESTED 
FOR CLOSED-CYCLE SYSTEMS IN MAMNED 
SPACECRAFT, 

AO-417 420 OIV. 16 

COATINGS 
CATHODES 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCHI 
PREPARATION OF THERMOSTABLE WIGHT 
SILVER COATINGS FOR PHOTOELECTRIC 
CATHODES. 

AO-417 369 DIV. Itt 

COATINGS 

ELASTICITY. 

HYDROELASTIC BEHAVIOR OF COMPLIANT 
COATINGS. 

A0-41T 29« DIV. 9 

COLOR CENTERS 
ALKALI METALS 

RADIATION COLORING OF ALKALI HALIDE 
CRYSTALS CONTAINING SULFATE IONS. 
AO-417 474 DIV. 29 

COMSAT INFORMATION CENTERS 
NAVAL VESSELS (COMSATANTI 

PROJECT SURIC PERFORMANCE SPECIFI- 
CATION FOR CONNING CONSOLE I AND 
NAVIGATION CONTROL CONSOLE. 

AD-417 463 OIV., 31 

COMGUSTION 

ROCKET MOTORS I I 

SUMMARY OF EXPERIMENTAL INVESTI- 
GATIONS OF COMBUSTION PRESSURE OSCIL- 
LATIONS IN GASEOUS PROPELLANT ROCKET 
HOTORSI FINAL REPORT. 



29 



30 



30 



FUNCTIONS 

UNITARITV AND ANALYTICITY IN 
COMPLEX ENERGY PLANE OF GENERAL 
SCATTERING AMPLITUDES. 

AO-417 149 DIV. 

COMPUTER STORAGE DEVICES 
EFFECTIVENESS 

CONTENT-ADDRESSABLE MEMORY SYSTEMS 
AD-417 644 OtV. 30 

COMPUTERS 

DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS 

MASS*CHU»ETTS INSTITUTE OF 
TECHNOLOGY QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT 
ON DATA SYSTEMS. 

AD-417 672 OIV. 

COMPUTERS 
RELIABILITY 

COMPUTER RELIABILITY STUDY. 
AO-417 385 OIV. 

CONCRETE 
BONDING 

HYPOTHESIS ON THE NATURE OF COHE- 
SIVE BONOS !N PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRFTE 
AO-417 214 OIV. 14 

CONTAINERS 

MILITARY REQUIREMENTS 

MODULAR CONTAINED SYSTEM BHICH 
■ILL FURNISH A L0» COST. EXPENDABLE 
PACKAGING A>D PACKING CAPABILITY, 
AD-417 288 OtV, 26 

CONTROL SYSTEMS 

NUMERICAL METHODS ANO PROCEDURBR 

TRANSIENT SOLUTIONS FOR 3-STATE 
DISCRETE TIMf MARKOV PROCESSES, 

AO-417 191 OIV. 29 

CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERES 
STORAGE 

COMPREHENSIVE STUDY COVERING THE 
PRESERVATION OF MATERIALS IN CON- 
TROLLED HUMIDITY STORAGE, 

AD-417 776 DIV, 26 

CONVECTION 

THERMAL EXPANSION 

STRUCTURE OF NONLINEAR CELLULAR 
SOLUTIONS TO THE BOUSSINESO EQUATIONS. 

OIV. 9 



AD-417 909 OIVp, 27 

COMBUSTION 

SOLID ROCKET FROfftLLANTS 

A SUMMARY OF RECENT COMBUSttON 
INSTABILITY RESEARCH IN SOLID ROCKET 
PROPELLANTS AT BALLISTIC RESEARCH 
LABORATORIES. 

AO-417 341 OIV. 10 

COMMERCE 

INDUSTRIAL RCSCARCH 

A STUDY TO DETERMINE THE DEGREE OF 
NOR»AY«S DEPENDENCE UPON THE SEA FOR 
ITS LIVELIHOOD AND TO EXPLAIN RHY 
CERTAIN AREAS IITHIN NORRAY DEMON- 
STRATE A STRONGER ATTACHMENT TO THE 
SEA THAN OTHERS. 

AD-417 129 DIV. 32 

eOMMUNUCATtON SATELLITES (ACTIVfl 
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 

COMPUTATIONAL AIDS FOR THE 
GROSS DESIGN OF SATELLITE COMMUNICA- 
TIONS SYSTEMS. 



AD-417 299 
COOLANTS 
KLYSTRONS 

KLYSTRON OIL BATH. 

AO-417 168 DIV. 8 

COOLING 

THCRNOCLCCTRtCirv 

THERMOELECTRIC SEMICONDUCTOR COOL- 
IN(i DEVICES. 

AO-417 409 OIV. B 

COOLING • VENTILATING EQUIPMENT 
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 

DEVELOPMENT OF COOLING SPECIFICA- 
TIONS FOR AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC EQUIP- 
MENTS. 

AO-417 331 DIV. 1 

COFFER 
• IRC 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH 
ON DRARING COPPER RIRE IN AN ULTRA- 
SONIC FIELD. 

AD-417 408 OIV. 26 

CORROSIVE LIQUIDS 
CESIUM 

FACTORS AFFECTING THE COMPATIBILITY 
OF LIQUID CESIUM BITM CONTAINMENT 
METALS. 

AO-417 679 DIV. 17 

COSMIC RAYS 

UPPER ATMOSPHERE 

HIGH ENERGY COSMIC RADIATION IN- 
VESTIGATIONS RERE CONDUCTED IN THE 
UPPER ATMOSPHERE. FINAL REPORT. 

AD-417 493 OIV. 20 

CRATCRING 
EXPLOSIONS 

PROJECT PRE-BUGGVI CHEMICAL 
EXPLOSIVE CRATCRING EXPERIMENTS. 
AO-417 699 DIV. 22 



CSR-DKN 

CRUCIBLES 
PRODUCTION 

PRODUCTION PROBLEHS OF GRAPHITE 
CONTAINING »EFRACTORY MATERIALS. 
AD-417 133 OIV. 14 

Crystal holders 
production 

production of cr-(xm-17>/u glass 
crystal holoer units. 

AO-417 270 OIV. 8 

CRYSTAL LATTICE DEFECTS 
SILICON 

DISLOCATION MOBILITY AND PINNING IN 
HARD MATERIALS THROUGH INTERNAL FRIC- 
TION STUDIES, <y 

AD-417 112 DIV, 29 

CRYSTAL MIXERS 
TUNNEL 01 DOES 

THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF TUNNEL 
DIODE CONVEPTCR GIVING SPECIAL AT- 
TENTION TO STABILITY ANO NON-SINUSOt- 
OAL LOCAL 0<C1LLAT0» VOLTAGE RAVE 
SHAPE, 

AD-417 703 OIV, S 

CRYSTAL OSCILLATORS 
VARACTOR DIODES 

FREQUENCY TEMPERATURE COMPENSA- 
TION TECHNIOUfS FOR QUARTZ CRYSTAL 
OSCILLATORS. 

AO-417 697 OIV. 8 

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE 
HELIUM GROUP GAUS 

CONTRIBUTION OF THREE-BOOY INTER- 
ACTIONS TO THE ENERGY OF VACANCY FOR- 
MATION IN SOLID ARGON, 

AD-417 391 DIV. 9 

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE 

PROSRAMMING (COMPUTERS) 

EXECUTIVE PROGRAM FOR APPLICATION 
TO X-RAY CRYSTALLOGRAPHY STUDIES, 
AD-417 923 DIV. 30 

CRYSTALS 

HELIUM GROUP GASES 

SOLID STATE PROPERTIES OF NON- 
CONDUCTING MATERIALS OF SIMPLE mON- 
ATOMIC AND PIATOMIC SPECIES. MATHE- 
MATICAL METHODS FOR THE EVALUATION 
OF THE $ECO«'D-OROER THREEBOOY 
INTERACTIONS, 

A0.417 682 OIV, 29 

CRYSTALS 
K BAND 

KA-BANO CRYSTAL PROTECTOR. 

AO-417 975 OIV, 8 

CRYSTALS 

MANUFACTURING NCTHODS 

PRODUCTION OF FILTER CRYSTALS, 
AD-417 362 DIV, 29 

CRYSTALS 

RESEARCH PROGRAN ADMINISTRATION 

RESEARCH CONCERNING THE MAGNETIC 
PROPERTIES OF ORGANIC CRYSTALLINE 
RADICALS IS SUMMARIZED, 

AO-417 490 OIV, 29 

CYCLOTRONS 

RADIOACTIVITY 

RESIDUAL RADIOACTIVITY FOLLOWING 
CYCLOTRON SHUT-DORN IS INVESTIGATED. 
AD-417 977 OIV, 20 

CYLINDRICAL BODIES 
SCATTERING 

SCATTERING BY A PERFECTLY CON- 
DUCTING CYLINDER, 

AO-417 235 OIV, 29 

DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS 
COMPUTERS 

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF 
TECHNOLOGY OUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT 
ON DATA SYSTEMS, 

AO-417 672 DIV. 30 

DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS 
DIGITAL COMPUTERS 

CONTENT-ADDRESSABLE MEMORY SYSTEMS. 
AD-417 644 OIV. 30 

DATA TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 

RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 

FIElO test i»ESULTS of VARIOUS MOO- • 
EMS OPERATING OVER THE AN/VRC-12 
RADIO SETI REPORT NO. 7, 

A0-ai7 794 OIV. 8 

DECISION MAKING 
PERFORMANCE TESTS 

EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF ASSOCIATIVE 
VARIABLES IN ORIGINALITY. 

AD-417 919 OIV, 28 

DECISION MAKING 
TRAINING 

ASSOCIATIVE BEHAVIOR IN NORMAL AND 
SCHIZOPHRENIC CHILDREN. 

AD-417 344 OIV. 2R 

THE TRAINING OF ORIGINAL PROBLEM 
SOLVING BCHAVIORI FINAL REPORT. 

AO-417 483 OIV, 28 

DENTISTRY 

MEDICAL RESEARCH 

A SCREENING EXAMINATION FOR OETEC- 



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T I ON OF SINRIVAL »M0 «^RT0OOMT*L 
HKCAKOOVN tlfO LOCAL I«I*IT*NTS> 

«0-«17 6S2 OIV. 16 

OCTtCTtON 

MAOIO SISHWLt 

LOCATION Of ATH05FM6RC - SCATTCH 

AND osstaclf-gain signal soumcesi 

FINAL Rt^Wr, 

A0-«1T 466 OIV. S 

DCrCCTMS 

•ANMlNa tVSTCNS 

TACTICAL TEST OF A BREAKVINE 
INTRUSION OFTCCTO*. 

AO-417 6S8 OIV. 6 

DCTONATIONS 

n.ABM* jcrt 

HIGH VELfCITV CUNULATIVE JCT*. 
A0-«17 aiu OIV. ?4 

OtAMNOS 

SCHieOMOUCTrRt 

MALL *N0 RESISTIVITY HEASURE««FNT^ 
ON «ENICON0UCTING OIAHONOS. 

A0-41T 627 OIV< ?9 

DIATOMIC HOLCeULCS 
eXCITATION 

SUOOEN A<»»H0XIHATION APPLIED TO 
ROTATIONAL rxClTATION OF MOLECULFS RY 
ATO"S. 

AO-417 69S OIV. 20 

' oiATOMfc >4ot.eeuLes 

ROTATION 

THEORY OF VIBRATIONS AND ROTATIONS 
OF DIATONIC HOLECULFS. 

A0-41T S99 DIV. ?5 

OICLCCTRICS 
HATCRIALS 

DIELECTRIC CONSTANTS APPLICARlE 
TO HICROVAVF ASSORBFRS. 

AO-417 231 OIV. 17 

OICLCCTRICS 
POLAR I rAT I Of 

A BIBLIOGRAPHY ON CLECTRCTS. 
AO-417 S32 OIV. R 

OtCUL CNaiNE!> 
LUBRICANTS 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RCSEARCHI 
USt OF TIESFL OILS ■ITH AOOITIV'S. 
A0-4t7 709 OIV. 14 

DirrCRCNTIAL CROSS UCTION 
NUCLEAR REACTIONS 

A ST'JOV or THE HOSSBAUER EFFECT ANr 
A REPORT OF THE ANALYSIS OF OIFFFR- 
ENTIAL CROSS SECTIONS OF SEVERAL 
NUCLEAR REArTIONS. ]to- 

AO-417 349 OIV. 20 

OMITAL SVJTCPS 
CLCCTRIC FILTfRI 

EFFECTS PF FILTERING A RANOON 
BINARY SEOUFNCE »ITH FINITE RENORY. 
LINEAR AND NONLINEAR FILTERS. FINAL 
REPORT. 

AO-417 232 DIV. S 

DIGITAL SYSTEMS 
ERRORS 

CUMULATIVE DECISION TECHNIQUES 
FOR ERROR-FREE CONHUNICaTION SYRTENS. 
AO-417 230 OIV. 5 

018ITAL SYSTEMS 

STATISTICAL FUNCTIONS 

DIGITIZING PARAMETERS AND CALCU- 
LATED STATISTICS OF A fAVEFORN. 

AO-417 243 OIV. * 

DIGITAL SYSTEMS 
T|HIN« DEVICES 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR FABRICATING A 
DIGITAL LABORATORY TJHER. 

A0-U17 426 OIV. 30 

OI^OCE ANTENNAS 

ELECTRICAL PROPCRTICt 

STUDY OF CIRCULAR ARRAYS -2-. 
SELF ANO MUTUAL ADMITTANCES. 

AO-417 616 OIV. 8 

DISKS 

smcius 

RESEARCH ON PHOTOELASTIC STRESS 
ANALYSIS FOR TURBINE DISCS VITH NOTCH 
INFLUENCES. 

AO-417 639 OIV. 29 

OISPUAY SYSTEMS 
HUMAN ENaiNECRIN* 

INFORMATION DISPLAY IN THE AIR 
TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM. 

AO-417 680 DIV. 19 

OISTANCC-MEASURIM CQUlPNCNT 
■ IRE 

THE STANPARO BASE LINE ANO AN 
INVESTIGATinN OF READING ACCURACY IN 
BASE LINE MFASUREMCNT CITh INVAR (IRE. 
AO-417 213 OIV. 2 

DOF^ER RAOAR 

NUMERICAL ANALVIIS 

PULSE STRUCTURES FOR ENMANCEO 
ACCURACYI FINAL REPORT. 

AO-417 422 OIV. 6 

ORAtIN* (MACHINE PROCCSSINC) 
ULTRASOMte RADIATION 



TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH 
ON DRAIING COPPER alRE IN AN ULTRA- 
SONIC FIELD. 

AO-417 40d OIV. 26 

DUCTS 

CYLINDRICAL BODICS 

NEUTRON RADIATION STREAMING THROmG^ 
CYLINDRICAL DUCTS. 

AO-417 782 OIV. 20 

CLASTIC SCATTfRINB 
ARGON 

L0R-ENCR6Y ELECTRON SCATTERING BY 
MANV-ELECTRrN ATOMS. 

A0-41T 328 OIV. 20 

CLASTOMCRS 
OCGRADATION 

CAUSESt FFFECTSi ANO PREVENTION 
OF OZONE CRACKING IN ROCKET MOTOR 
M-57E1 RUNA-S RUBBER INTERNAL INRU- 
LATIONI MINHTEMAN tFAPON SYSTEM. 
AO-417 676 OIV. 14 

CLASTOMCRS 

■ILICONC PLASTICS 

IMPROVED PERFORMANCE OF ELASTOMERS 
AT HIGH TEMPERATURE BY USING CHFHI- 
CALLY MODIFIED FILLFRS. 

AD-417 400 DIV. 14 

CLECTRETS 

BIBLIOORAPHICS 

A BIlLIOr.RAPHY ON CLECTRETS. 
AO-417 432 OIV. R 

ELECTRIC CABLES 
TRANSIENTS 

HIGH VOLTAGE SURGE MEASUREMENTS ON 
STRANOEO COPPER CONOUCTOR ANO ON 
MAGNETIC TAPE •RAPPED STRANOEO tOPP'R 
CONDUCTOR. 

AO-417 379 OIV. R 

CLCCTRIC FILTFRS 
DIGITAL SVSTCMS 

EFFECTS PF FILTERING A RANDOM 
BINARY SEOUFNCE ilTH FINITE MEMORV. 
LINEAR AND NONLINEAR FILTERS. FINAL 
REPORT. 

AO-417 232 DIV. S 

CLCCTRIC POTCNTIAL 
ELECTRIC CABLES 

HIGH VOLTAGE SURSE MEASUREMENTS ON 
STKANOEO COPPER CONDUCTOR AND ON 
MAGNETIC Tape rRAPPFD STRANOEO COPPFR 
CONDUCTOR. 

AD-417 379 OIV. 8 

CLCCTRIC POVE" PRODUCTION 
ELECTRIC PROPULSION 

POVER CONVERSION AND GENERATION 
STUDY. 

AO-417 411 DIV. 7 

ELECTRIC PROPULSION 
PO«ER EOUIPMCNT 

PORER CONVERSION ANO GENERATION 
STUDY. 

AD-417 4(1 DIV. 7 

ELECTRIC RELAYS 
POCER CaulPPCNT 

A PROTECTIVE RELAY REACTS TO THE 
LOSS OF ONEi T»0. OR ALL 3 PHASES. RUT 
POeS NOT REACT TO A SYMnETRICAL RE- 
DUCTION IN VOLTAGE IN 3 PHASES. 

AO-417 S79 OIV. 7 

CLCCTRIC SflTCHCS 
AIRBORNE 

INVESTIGATION OF CONTACTLESS 
SWlTCHI^a COMCEPTS FOR APPLICATION TO 
AIRCRAFT ElFCTRICAL SYSTEMS-VOL. II. 
CONCEPT DESIGN STUDIES. 

AO-417 245 OIV. 7 

CLECTRie SaiTCHCS 
AIRCRAFT EaulPMCNT 

INVESTIGATION OF THE FEASIBILITY 
OF DEVELOPING NER OR IMPROVED 
CONTACTLESS SWITCHING CONCEPTS THAT 
WILL PROVIDE NECESSARY POlER 
SRITCHING. PROTECTION ANO CONTROL 
FUNCTIONS FOR AIRCRAFT. 

AO-417 151 DIV. 7 

CLCCTRIC SRITCHES 

scMieoNOucTOR Devices 

CONTACTLESS SWITCHING DEVICES ANO 
ASSEMBLIES FOR PERFORMING THE FUNC- 
TIONS PRESENTLY ACC0MPLI5HEP BY CON- 
VENTIONAL ELECTROMECHANICAL SRITCHIMG 
DEVICES IN AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL 
SYSTEMS. 

AO-417 130 DIV. 7 

CLCCTRICAL IMPCOANCC 
MATMCMATICS 

THE APPLICATION OF SCHrARZ'S ».EMNA 
ANO JENSEN i« INEQUALITY TO THE 
ORIVING-POINT IMPEDANCE OF LINEAR 
PASSIVE CIRCUITS. 

AD-417 280 OIV. 8 

CLCCTRICAL NCTBORK* 
MATHCMATtCAL ANALVStt 

ON THE EXACT SOLUTIONS OF THE NON- 
UNIFORM DISTRIBUTED LINES. 

AD-417 177 OIV. 29 



CLCCTRICAL NCTBORKS 
RCSISTORS 

THE EFFECTS OF NETWORK SHAPINR 
ANO L0AOIN9 ON THE TRANSIENT ANO 
FREQUENCY RFSPONSE OF OISTRIBUT^O 
RC NET«ORKS. 

AO-417 181 OIV. 8 

ELECTRICAL NETMRKS 
SYNTHESIS 

NETRORK SYNTHESI* tITH MULTIRIRE 
LINES. 

AO-417 797 DIV. R 

ELECTRICAL PROPERTICS 
MEASUREMENT 

STUDY OF CIRCULAR ARRAYS -2-. 
SELF ANO MUTUAL ADMITTANCES. 

AD-417 616 OIV. 8 

ELECTRODES 
ELECTROLTStS 

"EASUREMFNT OF THE COUNTER-EMF. 
INCLUOINr, 4 SHORT TRANSIENT. IN FUSED 
SOOIUM HYDROXIDE AFTER ELECTROLYSIS. 
AO-417 216 DIV. a 

CLECTROOeS 
PREPARATION 

HYDROGEN-OXYGEN ELECTRODE STUOYI 
FUEL CELLS. 

AO-417 399 OIV. 7 

CLCCTROLYSIS 

SOOIUM COMPOUMDS 

MEASUREMENT OF THE COUNTER-EMF. 
INCLUDING A SHORT TRANSIENT. IN FUSFD 
SOOIUM HYDRPXIOE AFTER ELECTROLYSIS. 
AO-417 216 DIV. 4 

ELECTROMAGNETIC SHICLOING 
BIBLIOGRAPHICt 

PROPOSED SPECIFICATIONS FOR 
ELECTROMAGNETIC SHIELDING OF EN- 
CLOSURES ANP Buildings, effectiveness 

AGAINST PLANE RAVC FIELDS 2 TO lO.OOO 
MC. ANO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS 10 Kr 
TO 2 MC. 

AO-417 699 OIV. 13 

CLCCTROMAGNCTIC lAVC RCFLCCTIONt 
MICROaAve FRCOUCNCV 

TRANSMISSIO>< OF "ICRORAVE BEAMS 
AROUND RIGHT ANGLE CORNERS RY USE OF 
DOUBLE CURVATURE REFLECTORSI FINAL 
REPORT. 

AO-417 486 DIV. S 

MICRORAvr REFLECTION FROM SHOCK- 
PROOUCEO PLASMAS. 

AO-417 996 DIV. 8 

ELECTROMAGNCTIC RAVES 
CYLINDRICAL BODIES 

SCATTERING BY A PERFECTLY CON- 
DUCTING CYLINDER. 

AO-417 239 OIV. 29 

CLCCTROMAGNCTIC RAVC* 
HAZARDS 

PROCEEDINGS OF SECOND HERO CON- 
GRESS* FRANFLIN INSTITUTE. MAY 1963. 
ON HAZARDS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIA- 
TION TO ORDNANCE. 

AD-417 172 OIV. 8 

ELECTRON DENSITY 
MEASUREMENT 

FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES IN THE - ~t - 
MICRORAVE PROBING OF MEDIUM ANO 
HIGH-DENSITY PLASMAS. 

AO-417 338 DIV. 29 

CLCCTRON GUNS 

CATMOOCS (ELECTRON TUSCSt 

DEVELOPMFNT OF A MILLIMETER WAVE 
GENERATOR USING A FIELD EMISSION 
CATHODE. 

AD-417 279 DIV. 8 

CLCCTRON MICROSCOPY 
FILMS 

HIGH RESOLUTION ELECTRON MICRO- 
SCOPE FOR ORSERVATION ANO ANALYSIS 
OF THIN-FIL" MICROSTRUCTURE OF ANTI- 
MONY-CESIUM FILM. REPRINT. 

A0-ai7 364 DIV. 29 

CLCCTRON TUBE HCATCRf 
CATHOOC RAY TUBCS 

PRODUCTION CN6INCCRING MEASURE FOR 
TMt MANUFACTURE OF DEFLECTRON OFVlCES. 
- AD-417 624 DIV. 8 

ELECTRONIC COUIPMCNT 

COOLING t VCNTILATINB COUIPMCNT 

DEVELOPMENT OF COOLING SPECIFICA- 
TIONS FOR AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC EQUIP- 
MENTS. 

AD-417^31 OIV. t 

CLCCTROMIC twTlPMfMT 
TCITS 

TESTING OF IONOSPHERIC ABSORPTION 
MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT AND STUDY OF 
IMPROVEO TECHNIQUES FOR DATA 
COLLECTION. 

A0-4t7 643 OIV. 8 

CLCCTRONIC SRITCHM 

scMieoNOucTOR Devices 

INVESTISATION OF CONTACTLESS 
SWITCHING CONCEPTS FOR APPLICATION TO 



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AIRCRAFT Electrical systems-v(}l. it. 

CONCEPT DESIGN STUDIES. M 

AD-417 245 OIVJ 7 

CLCCTRONS ^ ' 

CLASTIC ICATTCRINB 

LOR-ENERSY ELECTRON SCATTERING 9y 
MANY-ELECTRON ATOMS. I , 

AO-417 328 Divj JO 

CLCCTRONS : i 

THCORV 

HAMILTONIAN THEORY OF THE C|lhAC 
ELECTRON. 

AO-417 964 DIVil |»9" 

ELLIPSOIDS 

ELECTRICAL CONDUCTANCE 

HYDROMAGNETICS OF AN ELLlRS(a|TD 
MOVING IN A CROSS-FIELD. 

AO-417 479 OIV^ l29 

CNBINC NOISe 

ACOUSTIC INSULATION 

REDUCTION OF NOISE FROM ENCJINE TFST 
STANDS. 

AO-417 631 OIV 

ERRORS 

PULU COMMUNICATION SYSTCMS 

CUMULATIVE DECISION TECHNIQUES 
FOR ERROR-FREE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. 
AD-417 230 OIV. 

EXPLOSIONS 
CRATER I N« 

PROJECT PRE-BUGGYt CHEMICAL 
EXPLOSIVE CRATERIN6 EXPERIMENT!. 



ELCCTROOeS 

HYDROGEN-OXYGEN ELECTRODE STUOYi 
FUEL CELLS. 

AO-417 359 DIV. 7 

FUEL CELLS 
REPORTS 



EI^ - HSA 
AO-417 213 OIV. 2 

aeoPMYiics 

POLAR REBIONt 

GEOMAGNETIC OBSERVATIONS ON 
FLETCHER 1$ ICE ISLAND. 

A0-4t7 442 OIV. 2 



THIS REPORT CONTAINS INFORMATION ON BLASS 



OF CHARGE MOTION 
A SPHERICAL 



AO-417 699 DIV. jf» 

EXPLOSIONS 
SHOCK tAVCS 

DIRECTIONAL EFFECT 
ON SHOCK FORMATION AT 
PENTOLITE CHARGE. 

AO-417 919 DIV. B2 

CXPLOflVE GASES 
AIRCRAFT FIRES 

REVIEW OF FIRE ANO EXPLOSIOh 
HAZARDS OF FLIGHT VEHICLE COM-I 
BUSTIBLES. 



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AO-417 
FEEDBACK 

CONTROL SYSTEMS 

POSITIVE-FEEDBACK' ClOSEO-LCOP 
POLES IN POSITIVE-NEGATIVE FEEDBACK 
CONTROL SYSTEMSI MASTER'S THESIS. 
AO-417 218 DIV. 8 

HLMS 

ELECTRON MICROSCOPY 

HIGH RESOLUTION ELECTRON MICRO- 
SCOPE FOR ORSCRVATION ANO ANALYSIS 
OF THIN-FIlM MICROSTRUCTURE OF ANTI- 
MONY-CESIUM FILM. REPRINT. 

AD-417 364 DIV. |S 

riSMCs 

INDUSTRIES 

MARINE ORIENTATION In NORWAT* AN 
ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF THE $tA IN 
THE LIFE OF THE CENTURY. 

AO-417 471 OIV. 32 

FLIBHT CLOTHINt 
VENTILATION 

TRANSLATION OF RUSSIAN PATENT I 
METHOD OF VENTILATION OF CLOTH|NR OF 
CREW MEMBER* OF AIRCRAFT. 

AO-417 978 DIV. }9 

FLIBMT PATHS 

VISUAL INSPECTION 

ACCURACY OF PILOT ESTIMATIOM OF 
RANGE AND RELATIVE ALTITUDE OF 
ANOTHER AIRCRAFT UNDER VISUAL FLIGHT 
RULES. 11 

AO-417 669 OIV. 1 

FLUID DYNAMIC PROPCRTf C» ' ' 
SHIPS 

COMPUTATION OF THE FRICTIONAl RE- 
SISTANCE OR THE SURFACE AREA Of 
SHIP'S HULL. 

AO-417 630 DIVi 

FLUID FLOW 

AN6LE OF ATTACK 

REAL FLO» OVER A BODY OF RC^^LO- 
TION AT ANGLE OF ATTACK. 

AO-417 713 OIV. 

FLUID FLOW 
COATINGS 

HYDROELASTIC BEHAVIOR OF C0»il»LlANT 
COATINGS. 

AD-417 294 DIV. 

FLUID MECHANICS 

MAONETOH VOROO YN AH I C i 

THE HYDROMASNETICS OF AN ELLIPSOID 
MOVING IN A CROSSEO-FIElO. 

AD-417 329 OtV. 

FREOUCNCY 
CIRCUITS 

THE EFFECTS OF NETWORK SHAPHs 
ANO LOADING ON THE TRANSIENT Alii 
FREOUENCY RFSPONSE OF OISTRIBUttD 
RC NETWORKS. 



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AO-417 
rUCL CELLS 



181 



OIV. 



FUEL CELL R*0 UEING PERFORMED IN THF 
UNITED STATES ANO SUPPORTED BY NON- 
GOVERNMENT FUNDS. 

AD-417 392 OIV. 7 

FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS 

SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (MATHCMATICALI 

INVESTIGATIONS IN FUNCTIONAL 
ANALYSIS' INTEGRATION I'^ FUNCTION 
SPACE AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES. 

AD-417 491 DIV. 19 

•ALLIUM COMPOUNDS 

PIEZOELECTRIC CRYSTALS 

MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF OXIDE SYS- 
TEMSI MAGNETIC STRUCTURE AND SOURCE OF 
ANISOTROPIC BEHAVIOR OF PIEZOELTTRIC 
FERROMAGNETIC GALLIUM IRON OXID'I CRY- 
OGENICSI MoniFIEO MAGNETOMETER I THER- 
MAL DEPENDENCE OF MAGNETIC MOMENT. 
AO-417 179 OIV. 29 

BAMMA.PROTON REACTIONS 
RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES 

RESONANCES IN YIELD CURVE OF 
SILICON-30(PROTON' GAMMA)P-3l RF»C- 
TION (E sua P ♦ 1.5 TO 3.0 MEV RANGE). 
AD-417 228 DIV. 20 

BAS OISCHARGCS 
DISPLAY SYSTCMS 

DEVELOPMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL SaS 
DISCHARGE orSPLAYI QUARTERLY PROGRESS 
REPORT »l. 

AD-417 165 OIV. so 

GAS DISCHARGES 
RADAR OUPLEXERS 

HIGH POrER MICRORAVE GAS OUPLEXERS. 
AD-417 292 OIV. 8 

GAS GENCRATINfi SYSTEMS 
HYDROGEN 

HYDROGEN GENERATION FOR HIGH ALTI- 
TUDE BALLOONS. 

AD-417 924 DIV. 4 

GAS IONIZATION 
SHOCK WAVES 

ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF 
IONIZED GAS INDUCED BY SHOCK WAVE IN 
SHOCK TUBE. 

AD-417 229 OIV. 22 

BASES 

HEAT TRANSFER 

EFFECT OF LEWIS NUMBER ON HEAT 
TRANSFER. SKIN FRICTION AND FLOW 
PROPERTIES IN A DISSOCIATING GAS. 
AD-417 749 DIV. 9 

•ASCS 

HIGH-PRESSURE COMPRESSORS 

APPARATUS FOR THE RAPID ANO MOMEN- 
TARY COMPRESSORS OF A TEST GAS FROM 
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE TO A PRESSURE OF 
10' 000 ATMOSPHERES. 

AD-417 224 OIV. 9 

GASES 

HYDROCARBONS 

CALCULATION OF THE SPECIFIC HEATS 
AND SOUND VELOCITY OF HIGH DENSITY 
METHANE. 

AD-417 M2 OIV. 29 

•EARS 

LUBRICATION 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH ON 
THE FEASIBILITY OF THE USE OF LIOUIO- 
METAL FUSIONS AS LUBRICANTS. 

AD-417 413 DIV. 1.7 

•ENERATORS 

FEASIBILITY STUDIES 

POWER CONVERSION AND GENERATION 
STUDY. 

AD-417 «11 DIV. 7 

•ENCTICS 

PLANTS (BOTANYI 

SOME ASPECTS OF GENERAL AND 
SPECIFIC COMBINING ABILITY. 

AD-417 696 DIV. 32 

GENETICS 
SELECTION 

THE EFFICIENCY OF ANCESTOR RECORDS 
IN ANIMAL SELECTION. 

AO-417 360 OIV. 16 

THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE TRAITS IN 
SELECTION PROGRAMS. 

A0-4J7 386 DIV. 16 

•eOOCBICS 

EARTH MODELS 

DISCUSSION OF OE GRAAFF-MUNTER'S 
MODEL EARTH ANOMALIES. 

AD-417 783 DIV. 2 

•eoDCsics 

SURVEYING 

THE STANOARJ BASE LINE AND AN 
INVESTIGATION OF READING ACCURACY IN 
BASE LINE MEASUREMENT WITH INVAR WIRE. 



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MCTAL COATINBB 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCHI 
PREPARATION OF THER»0STa9lE BRIGHT 
SILVER COATINGS FOR PHOTOELECTRIC 
CATMOOCS. 

AO-417 365 DIV. 14 

GRAPHITE 

PRODUCT tOM 

PRODiKTION PROBLEMS OF GRAPHITE 
CONTAINING REFRACTORY MATERIALS. 
AO-417 133 DIV. 14 

GRAVITY 

MEASUREMENT 

APPARATUS FOR MEASUREMENT OF 
GRAVITY. 

AO-417 536 OIV. 25 

BRAVITY 

QUANTUM MCCHANICS 

INTERACTION OF QUANTIZED ANO UN. 
QUANTIZED SYSTEMS. 

AD-417 563 OIV. 29 

GUIDED MISSILE COMPONENTS 
ACCEPTABILITY 

ACCEPTANCE REPORT FOR GUIDANCE 
MISSILE COMPONENTS. 

AO-417 760 DIV. 12 

GUIDED MISSILE COMPONENTS 
CONFIBURATIPN 

MASS PROPERTY CHARGES AS A RESULT 
OF INSTALLNR THE CTLI KIT ON 
MISSILE 625. 

AO-417 339 OIV. 12 

BUIDED MISSILE MODELS 
TELEMETER SYSTEMS 

A PASSIVE TEMPERATURE-TELEMETERING 
SYSTEM FOR fiUN-LAUNCHEO MODELS. 

AD-417 114 OIV. SO 

GUIDED MISSILES 
RELIABILITY 

NINUTEMAN MONTHLY FAILURE 
SUMMARIES. 

AO-417 696 DIV. 

GUIOCO MISSILES 

WIND TUNNEL MODEL • 

A WIND TUNNEL INVESTISATION OF A 
HEMISPHERE-CYLINDER CONFIGURATION »ITH 
AN AERODYNAMIC SPIKE PRODUCED BY A SMALL 
NOZZLE EXHAUSTING AIR FROM THE CENTrR 
OF THE HEMISPHERICAL NOSE AT SUPER- 
SONIC SPEEDS. 

AO-417 466 OIV. 9 

GUIDEO MISSlLES(SURFAeC-TO-SURFAee) r 
ACCEPTABILITY 

FLIGHT TEST MISSILE 416. 

AD-417 761 OIV. 12 

GUIDED MISSlLEStSURFACE-TO-SURFACE) 
DATA 

AIR FORCE Plant 77 flight article 

MASS PROPERTIES REPORT FOR WING II 
MISSILES 75R-7SI. 

AD-417 285 OIV. 1=2 

GUIDED MISSlLeS(SURFACE-TO-SURFACei 
DESIGN 

THE PROGRESS AND STATUS OF DESIGN 
ANU DEVELOPMENT WORK ON ThOR AR» 

Summarized and tabulated. 

AD-417 212 OIV. 27 

GUIDED MI SSILES( SURFACE-TO-SURF ACe I 
FAILURE (MECHANICS) 

••INUTEMAN MONTHLY FAILURE 
SUMMARIES. 

AO-417 69(t DIV. 12 

GUIDED MISSILES( SURFACC-TO-SURFACE « 
MOBILIZATION 

OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT SCHEDULING 
METHODS DERIVED FROM LABORATORY 
PROBLEM II (LP-II) -- A MANNED tCBM 
SIMULATION. 

AD-417 163 DIV. 12 

GUIDEO MI SSlLeS( SURFACE-TO-SURFACE) 

ROCKET MOTORS (LIQUID PROPELLANT) 

THOR INFORMAL MONTHLY RELIABILITY 
REPORT. 

AO-417 170 OIV. 27 

HALOCARBON PLASTICS 

COMPRESSIVE PROPERTIES 

COMPRESSIVE PROPERTIES OF TEFLON TO 
DETERMINE POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS IN ITS 
INCIDENTAL USE IN THE UNI-RAM. 

AO-417 526 OIV. 14 

HEAT-RESISTANT MATERIALS 
ELASTOMERS 

IMPROVED PERFORMANCE OF ELASTOMERS 
AT HIGH TEMPERATURE BY USING CHrwl- 
CALLY MODIFIED FILLERS. 

AO-417 400 DIV. 14 

HCAT-RCSISTANT MCTALS t ALLOYS 
BRAZING 

EXOTHERMIC BRAZING OF UNALLOYED 



HKA - INF 

TUNSSTENt HOLVBOCNU"' COLU<»BIW*f T»«l- 
T»Lll«» »H0 rtm *LL0VI ao*HTE»LY WEPT. 

•s. < 

AO-417 TIO DIV. 26 

HCAT-MCSISTANT MCTALS * ALLOYS 
LU««i CANTS 

rrrECTs r* antiscize coipoono? 
*No LuamcANTS on mish TEMPe^Aitwe 

ALLOYS AT ELEVATED TEHPE«ATU^ESI T 
ALLOYS ANO 22 COMPOUNDS TESTED. 

A0-A17 153 DIV. lA 

HCAT TnANSn* 
rLUiO PLO« 

MEAT THANSTE* FROM A FLAT SURFACE 
BY ROTATING FLOIS< 

AO-417 722 DIV. 29 

HCAT TRANS^CR 

t*us 

EFFECT OF LEUS NUMSE* ON HCAT 
TRANSFERi SKIN FRICTION ANO FLO* 
PROPERTIES TN A DISSOCIATING GA^. 
AO-AIT 7«9 DIV. 9 

HEAT TRANSFER 
SOILS 

A HCAT FLOR TRANSDUCE^ IS EVALUATED 
AS A NCANS OF OETERi'ININS SOIL HEAT 
FLO*. 

AO-417 206 DIV. 2 

HCAT TRANSFER 

TRANSPORT PROTCRTICS 

APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS ANO MEAT 
TRANSFER. 

AD-417 207 DIV. 25 

HCLICOPTCRS 
■AKC 

EVALUAT|0«l OF TME RAKE OF AN S-5P 
HELICOPTER. 

A0-«17 257 DIV. 1 

HCLIUM OROUP 8ASCI 
ATOMS 

SOLID ST*TE PROPERTIES OF NON- 
CONDUCTING MATERIAL* OF SIMPLE MON- 
ATOMIC ANO riATOMIC SPECIES. MATHE- 
MATICAL METHODS FOR THE EVALUATION 
OF THE SECOHO-OROER THREEBOOY 
INTERACTION*. 

AD-417 602 DIV. 3% 

MCLtUH SROUP 6ASCS 
SOLIDIFIED RASeS 

CONTRIBUTION OF THREE-BOOY INTER- 
ACTIONS TO THE ENERGY OF VACANCY FOR- 
MATION IN SOLID ARGON. 

AO-417 351 DIV. 9 

HI«M FREOUCNCY 

CERAMIC MATERIALS 

HIGH FREOUCNCY CHARACTERISTICS OF 
CERAMIC MATfRlALS. 

AO-417 684 DIV. 14 

HIGH-PRESSURE COMmeSSORS 
SASCS 

APPARATUS FOR THE RAPID ANO MOMEN- 
TARY COMPRESSORS OF A TEST GAS 'ROM 
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE TO A PRESSURE OF 
lO.OOO ATMO*PHERES. 

AD-417 224 DIV. 9 

HIGH«PRESSURE RCSCARCH 
MATERIALS 

ULTRAHIGH PRESSURE AS A TOOL FOR 
MOLECULAR ENGINEERING. 

AD-417 507 DIV. 17 

HiaM-TCHPeRATURC RCKARCH 
STRAIN GAGES 

MATERIAL* FOR USE AS STRAIN GAGES 
AT TEMPERATURES ABOVE 2000 F (1093 r)l 
FINAL REPORTS 

AO-417 541 DIV. 30 

HUMIDITY 

CONTROLLCO ATMOSPHCPCS 

PRESERVATION OF MATERIALS BY CON- 
TROLLED HOMIDITY STORAGE. 

AO-417 775 DIV. 26 

COMPREHENSIVE STUDY COVERING THE 
PRESERVATION OF MATERIALS IN CON- 
TROLLED HUMIDITY STORAGE. 

AO-417 776 DIV. 26 

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS 
IGNITION 

HIGH-PRe«SURE IGNITION OF HY- 
DRaULIC fluids IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI BI-MONTHLY PROGRESS REPT. 
• 1. 

AO-417 599 DIV. 14 

HiGH-PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY- 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH-PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMS. 

AO-417 600 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HYIRAULIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE FIFE SYSTEMS. 
ANALYSIS, OF HEAT TRANSFER. TEMPrRATliRE 
PROFILESI PPOGRESS »EPT. «3. 

AO-417 601 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IG».'ITION OF HYORAULIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH-PRESSURE PIPF SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPORT 04. 

A0-41T 602 DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY- 



DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPORT »5. 

AO-417 603 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY. 
ORAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SeCTIONSi PROGRESS REPORT •6. 

AO-417 60« DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY. 
ORAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPORT RT. 

A0.417 605 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF MYORAULIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPORT RB. 

A0-41T 606 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY- 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPT. NO. 9. 

AD.417 607 OIV. I« 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY. 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPT. NO. 10. 

A0.417 60a DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HYHRAUlIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPORT Rll. 

A0-4t7 609 DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HYDRAULIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPORT ■12. 

AD.417 610 DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY- 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPORT »13. 

A0.417 611 DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HYORAULIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPT. •14. 

A0.417 612 DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF MYORAULIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPORT HIS. 

AD-417 613 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY- 
DRAULIC FI.UIOS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPF 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPORT *16. 

AO-417 614 OIV. 14 

HyORAULIC FLUIDS 

SYNTMCSIS leHCNttTRVI 

FIRE-RESISTANT HYDRAULIC FLUIDS 
BASED ON FlUORINATEDi SULFUR-CONTAIN- 
ING COMPOUNOS. 

AO-417 774 OIV. 14 

HYDRAULIC PRESSES 

HALOCARBON PLASTICS 

COMPRESSIVE PROPERTIES OF TEFLON TO 
DETERMINE POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS IN ITS 
INCIDENTAL USE IN THE UNI-RAM. 

AO-417 526 DIV. 14 

HYOROCARBONS 

RADIATION CHEMISTRY 

rtECTRON-SPIN MAGNETIC-RESONANCE 
OF FREE RADICAL INTERMEDIATES IN 
GAHMA-IRRAOIATEO HYOROCARBONS. 

AD-417 705 OIV. 4 

HYDRODYNAMICS 
THEORY 

HIGH VELOCITY CUMULATIVE JETS. 
AO-417 414 OIV. 25 

HYDROSCN 
ELECTROOCS 

HYDROGEN-OXYGEN ELECTRODE STifflYl 
FUEL CELLS. 

AD-417 359 DIV. 7 

HYDROSCN 

METEOROLOGICAL BALLOONS 

HYDROGEN GENERATION FOR HIGH ALTI- 
TUDE BALLOONS. 

AO-417 524 DIV. 4 

HYDROSTATIC PPCSSURC 
STRESSES 

EFFECTS OF TRIAXIAL STRESSES ON 
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF METAL UNDER 
HIGH PRESSU'EI FINAL REPORT. 

AD-417 488 ■ DIV, 17 

HYPCRtONIC FLIGHT 
SIMULATION 

DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF AN 
ARC HEATED HYPERSONIC TUNNEL. 

AD-417 180 OIV. 30 

HYPCRSONie FLO! 
BLUNT BODIES 

REAL SAS FLOR FIELD PROPERTIES 

AROUND Blunt cones. 

AO-417 156 DIV. 9 

HYPERSONIC FLOW 
HIGH ALTITUPC 

INTERACTION EFFECTS IN HYPERSONIC 
FLO» AT HIGM ALTITUDES. 

AO-417 662 DIV. 9 

HYPERSONIC FLO« 
PLASNA PHYSICS 

PLASMAS IN HYPERSONIC FLO*. 
AO-417 468 DIV. 25 

HYPERSONIC NorZLEf 
PLASMA MEDIUM 



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PLASMAS IN HYPERSONIC FLOR. 

AO-417 468 DIV. 25 

HYPERSONIC WIND TUNNEL* 
OPERATION 

DEVELOPMENT ANO OPERATION OF AN 
ARC HEATED HYPERSONIC TUNNCL. 

AD-417 180 OIV. -30 

HYPERTENSION 
BLOOO PRESSURE 

PROGNOSTIC VALUC OF COLD PRCSSOR 
TCST AND BASAL BLOOD PRESSURE BASED ON 

AN eighteen-year follor-up study. 

A0.417 334 DIV. 16 

I SN ITERS 

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HYORAULtC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE SYSTEMS. 
ANALYSIS OF HCAT TRANSFER. TCMPFRATIJRE 
PROFILESI PR06RCSS REPT. RS. 

AD.417 601 DIV. 14 

IGNITION 

HYDRAULIC FLUIDS 

HIGH-PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY. 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI BI-MONTHLY PROGRESS REPT. 
• 1. 

AO-417 599 OIV. 14 

HIGH-PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY- 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH-PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMS. 

A0.417 600 DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HYDRAULIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH-PRESSURE PIPE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPORT ■4. 

AD-417 602 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OP HY. 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGR^S REPORT RS. 

AD.417 603 DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY. 
DRAW.IC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SECTIONSI PPQGRESS REPORT •6. 

A0.417 604 DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY. 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPORT RT. 

AD.417 605 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HVORAULiC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPORT MB. 

AO-417 606 DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY- 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPT. NO. 9. 

A0.417 607 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY. 
ORAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPT. NO. 10. 

A0.417 608 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HYORAULiC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPORT Rll. 

A0.417 609 DIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HYDRAULIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE F|PE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPORT RU. 

AO-417 610 OIV. I« 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY- 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPORT ^13. 

AD-417 611 OIV. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HYDRAULIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPT. «14. 

AO-417 612 OIV. 14 

HIGM PRESSURE IGNITION OF HYDRAULIC 
FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE P|PE SYSTEMSI 
PROGRESS REPORT RIS. 

A0.4t7 613 Orv. 14 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION OF HY- 
DRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE PIPE 
SYSTEMSI PROGRESS REPORT «16. 

AO-417 614 OIV. 14 

IMAM TUBES 
TESTS 

PREPARATIONS FOR IMAGE TUBE TEST- 
ING! TESTINS AND BREA090ARDING OF THE 
AEC ANO RELATED CIRCUIfSl AND DYNAMIC 
ANALYSIS OF PRISM DRIVE MECHANIS-S. 
AD-417 628 DIV. 6 

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION 
PROCESSING 

AN ECONOMIC MODEL FOR THE SUR> 
VEILLANCE OF A PRODUCTION PROCESS. 
AO-417 778 DIV. 7A 

INDUSTRIES 
FISMES 

MARINE O'ICnTATION IN NORRAYI AM 
ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF THE SEA IN 
THE LIFE OF THE CENTURY. 

AO-417 471 DIV. 32 

INFORMATION RETRIEVAL 
DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS 

DOCUMENT STORAGE ANO RETRIEVAL 
TECHNIQUES — APPENDIX — INDEXING 
TECHNIQUCSi DESCRIPTION ANO 



r 



BACKtROUNO. 

A0-4t7 492 OIV. ia 

INFRARED RADIATION 
CEREBRAL CORTEX 

THE NEAR INFRARED EMISSION PROM THf 
MAMMALIAN CEREBRAL CORTEX IS StllOIEO. 
A0.4IT 12S OIV. as 

INPRAREO SPCcmOPHOTONETERS 
ASTRONOMY 

FAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPYI 
FINAL REPORT. 

AO-417 4*9 OIV 

INPRARCO tPECTROKO^ 
ASTRONOMY 

FAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY! 
FINAL REPORT, 

AO-417 489 DIV 

INTtMAL TRANSFORMS 

SPECIAL FUNCTIONS (MATHIMATtC 
A CONPLUfNT HyPER GEOMETRIC 
TE6RAL TRANSFORM. 

AD-417 7S1 DIV. 

INTEGRALS 

MATHEMATICAL ANALYBII 

SOME APPLICATIONS OF FRACTK^i^AC 
INTEGRATION, 

AD.417 6*4 OIV, i% 

INTBLLltiaiLITY 

RADIO COMMUNICATION •YtTEMS 

ELECTRONIC EVALUATION OF V0|^ 
COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS FOR 
INTELLIGIBlllTY. 

A0.41T TOO OIV 

INTERFEROMCTERS 
GEODESICS 

THE STANPARO BASE LINE AND AjU 
INVESTIGATION OF READING ACCURACY IN 
BASE LlNC MEASUREMENT RITh INVAR WIRE. 
AO-417 213 OIV. 2 

INTERHETALLIC COMPOUNDS 
DECOMPOSITION 

FACTORS AFFECTING THE DECOMPOSI- 
TION OF THE INTERMEDIATE PHASE 4AMMA 
TIJAL. 

AO-.«IT 990 DIV. |7 

INTERNAL FRICTION 
DEFORMATION 

DISLOCATION MOBILITY ANO PINNING IK 
HARD MATERIALS THROUGH INTERNAL FRIC- 
TION STUDIES. 

AD-417 112 OIV. »S 

IONIZATION 
HYOR0«EN 

DENSITY EFFECT IN SOLIDS ANO 
GASES. 

A0.41T 290 OIV 

IONIZATION 
IONOSPHERE 

RESEARCH ON IONOSPHERIC CONDITIONS. 
A0.417 236 
IONOSPHERE 
DENSITY 

ATMOSPHERIC STRUCTURE ANO I 
VARIATIONS. 

A0.417 201 OIV 

IONOSPHERE 

RECOMBINATION REACTIONS 

RESEARCH ON IONOSPHERIC CONOtTIONS. 
A0.417 23* OIV. 8 

IONOSPHERIC PROPABATION 
RECORDING SYSTEMS 

TESTING OF IONOSPHERIC ABSORPTION 
MEASUREMENT EOUIPMCNT AND STUDY OF 
IMPROVCO TECHNIQUES FOR DATA 
COLLECTION. 

A0.417 643 DIV. 8 

IONOSPHERIC PROPAtATION 
SCATTERIN« 

RESEARCH IN RADIO PHYSICS, 
A0.417 499 OIV 

IONS 
HELIUM 

PROPERTIES OF IONS IN LIOUII 
HELIUM. USE OF HELIUM IONS IN 
EXPERIMENTS ON THE ROTATION OF LIOUIO 
HELIUMI FINAL REPORT. 

AD-417 496 DIV. 2 

IRON COMPOUNOS 

PIEZOELECTRIC CRYSTALS > 

MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF OXIDE SYS- 
TEMSI MAGNETIC STRUCTURE ANO SOURCE OF 
ANISOTROPIC BEHAVIOR OF PIEZOELECTRIC 
FERROMAGNETIC GALLHiM IRON OXIO«l C»Y- 

oacNicsi MoniFiCD magnetometeri ther- 
mal DEPENOE»'CE OF MAGNETIC MOMENT. 
AO-417 179 DIV 

JET PLANES 
AIRFRAMCt 

APPLICATION OF FLEXIBLE AIR 
FRAME TRANSFER FUNCTION APPROXIMA- 
TIONS! SENSITIVITY OF TRANSFER FUNC 
TIONS TO MOOE SHAPE I METHODS 0* AP- 
PROXIMATE MODE SHAPE CALCULATIONS. 
AO-^n 23« OIV 

JETS 
SOUNO 



•11- 

01 

II 



';ir 



EXPERIMENTAL SOUND FIELD OISTRI^IJ- 
TIONS OP A JET WITH A STATIONARY 
ACOUSTIC SOURCE. 

AD.417 281 OIV. 29 

JOB ANALYSIS 

OPFICER PERSONNEL 

PREDICTION OF OFFICER JOB RANKINGS 
FROM RATINGS ON TtO SETS OF JOB EVAL- 
UATION FACTORS. 

A0.4t7 276 OIV. 28 

OFFICER JOB EVALUATION IN TERMS 
OF MERITED PAY VERSUS MERITED GRAO^. 
AD.417 277 DIV. 28 

A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF OFFICER 
J0« EVALUATION FACTORS. 

AD>417 49* DIV. >9 

KLYSTRONS 

FIELD EMISSION 

DEVELOPMENT OF A MILLIMETER WAVE 
GENERATOR USING A FIELD EMISSION 
CATHODE. 

AO-417 279 DIV. 8 

KLYSTRONS 

LIOUIO eOOLEO 

KLYSTRON OIL BATH. 

A0-.417 1*8 DIV, 8 

LAMINATED PLASTICS 

REINFORCING MATERIALS 

INVESTIGATION OF SURFACE EROSION 
PROBLEM ANO DEVELOPMENT OF GLASS 
REINFORCED PLASTIC MATERIALS RITH 
IMPROVCO EROSION RESISTANCE! FINAL 
REPORT. 

A0.417 SS9 OIV, 14 

LAMINATES 
EROSION 

INVESTIGATION OF SURFACE EROSION 
PROBLEM AND DEVELOPMENT OF GLASS 
REINFORCED PLASTIC MATERIALS IITH 
IMPROVED EROSION RESISTANCE! FINAL 
REPORT. 

AD.417 389 DIV. 14 

LANBU'NSE 

MACHINE TRANSLATION 

A SYNTA«-ORlENTED COMPILER FOR 
LANGUAGE RHOSE SYNTAX IS EXPRESSIBLE 
IN BACKUS NORMAL FORM. AND SOME PRO- 
POSED EXTENSIONS THERETO. 

AO-417 390 OIV. 30 

LANBUASE 

MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 

CONCEPTS AND MEASURES OF 
SYNTACTIC COMPLEXITY. 

A0.417 IBS DIV. 32 

LANBUASE 

MATHEMATICAL LOBtC 

MEASURES OF SYNTACTIC COMPLEXITY 
IN LANGUAGE. 

AD-417 622 OIV. 15 

LANBUASE 
VOCABULARY 

MEASURES OF SYNTACTIC COMPLEXITY. 
AD.417 470 DIV. 32 

LASERS 

DISPLAY SYSTEMS 

LASERS FOR OISFLAYS AND PRINTERS. 
AD.417 500 DIV. 8 

LASERS 

MATERIALS 

RCSCARCH ON MATERIALS FOR USE IN 
LASERSi FINAL REPORT. 

AD-417 639 DIV, 1« 

LEARN I NB 
REAOINB 

LEARNING VIA PROGRAMED READING AND 
cut VERSUS RESPONSE IN PROGRAMED 
READING, 

A0-4t7 97* DIV. 28 

LtCHT 

AMPLiruOC MOOUCArtON 

LASERS FOR DISPLAYS AND PRINTERS. 
AD. 417 500 OIV. 8 

LIMITED RAR 

LOCAL RAR DOCTRINE. 

AD-417 104 OIV. IS 

LINEAR SYSTEMS 

STOCHASTIC PROCESKS 

AN INTROOUCTION TO ESTIMATION 
THEORY FOR PYNAMICAL SYSTEMS. 

AD.417 TTT DIV. 15 

LIPIDS 
SKIN 

BASIC STUDIES IN PCRCUTANCOUS 
ABSORPTION. 

A0.417 901 OIV. 16 

LIOUIO MCTALS 
BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

BIBLIOGRAPHY. LIOUIO METALS. 
LIQUID METAL ALLOYS AND THEIR 
APPLICATIONS. 

A0.4I7 111 OIV, 17 

LIQUID METALS 
LUBRICANTS 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH ON 
THE FEASIBILITY OF THE USE OF LIOUIo- 
MCTAL FUSIONS AS LUBRICANTS. 



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INF-lfAG 

A0-R17 413 OIV, 17 

LOGISTICS 

EFFECTIVENESS 

LOeiSTICS PERFORMANCE INDEX, 
A0.417 925 DIV. 18 

LOStSTieS 

NAVAL RESEARCH 

A STUDY OF PROCUREMENT COSTS AT 
THE SHIPS PARTS CONTROL CCNTCR. 

A0.4t7 764 DIV. 18 

LOR-PRESSURE RESEARCH 
HALOCARBON PLASTICS 

COMPRESSIVE PROPERTIES OF TEFLON TO 
DETERMINE POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS IN ITS 
INCIDENTAL USE IN THE UNI-RAM. 

AD.417 52* OIV, l« 

LUSRl CANTS 

DICSCL ENGINES 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCHI 
use OF OIESFL OILS RITH ADDITIVES. 
AD.417 709 OIV. 14 

LUBRICANTS 

HEAT-RESISTANT METALS 8 ALLOYS 

EFFECTS OF ANTISriZE COMPOUNDS 
ANO LUBRICANTS ON HIGM TEMPERATURE 
ALLOYS AT ELEVATED TEMPERatuRESI 7 
ALLOYS AND 22 COMPOUNOS TESTED. 

AD-4t7 193 OIV. 14 

LUBRICANTS 

RADIATION DAMABC 

EFFECT OF REACTOR RADIATION 
ON CERAMIC PONDED SOLID-FILM 
LUHRICANTS. 

A0.417 1*7 DIV. 14 

LUBRICANTS 

REENTRY VEHICLES 

RESEARCH ANO DEVELOPMENT OF AIR- 
FRAME BEARINGS FOR AEROSPACE VCHTCLCSI 
FRICTION. REAR. ANO LIMITING LOAD 
CAPACITY OF SUPCRALLOYf CERHCTi ANO 
CERAMIC MATERIALS RITH AND RITHOUT 
LUBRICANTS H TEMPERATURES FROM -100 
TO 2900F. 

AO-417 438 DIV. 14 

LUBRICATION 

FATIGUE IMECHANICSI 

THE EFFECT OF LUBRICATION ON THE 
FATIGUE LIFE OF ROLLING CONTACTSi SUH- 
MARY REPORT NO. 1. 

AO-417 518 OIV. 26 

LUBRICATION 

RCCNTRY VEHICLES 

RESEARCH ANO DEVELOPMENT OF AIR- 
FRAME BEARINGS FOR AEROSPACE VEHICLFSI 
FRICTION. RFAR. ANO LIMITING LOAD 
CAPACITY OF SUPERALLOY. CERMET. ANO 
CERAMIC MATERIALS RITH AND RITHOUT 
LUHRICANTS AT TEMPERATURES FROM -100 
TO 2900F. 

AO-417 498 OIV. 14 

MACHINE TRANSLATION 
LANGUAGE 

A SYNTAX-ORIENTED COMPILER FOR 
LANGUAGE RHOSE SYNTAX Is EXPRESSIBLE 
IN BACKUS NORMAL FORM. AND SOME PRO- 
POSED EXTENSIONS THERETO. 

AD-417 350 OIV. 30 

HABNCTIC FIELDS 
MEASUREMENT 

AUTOCON AUTOMATIC CONTOUR 
DISPLAY. 

AD-417 193 OIV. 30 

GEOMAGNETIC DBSE'VATIONS ON 
FLETCHER'S ICE ISLAND. 

AD-417 442 DIV. 2 

MABNETIC FIELDS 
NUCLEAR REACTIONS 

MAGNETIC. TELLURIC CURRENT. ANO 
VLF OBSERVATIONS OU»ING NUCLEAR TESTS. 
AD-417 451 DIV. 2 

MABNETIC PROPERTIES 
CRYSTALS 

RESEARCH CONCERNING THE MAGNETIC 
PROPERTIES OF ORGANIC CRYSTALLINE 
RADICALS IS SUMMARISED. 

AO-417 490 OIV. 25 

NAGNCTOHYOROOYNANICS 
BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

FORTY-TRO ABSTRACTS OF PUBLI- 
CATIONS ON HYDROMAGNETIC PROBLEMS 
BEARING ON REOmAGNETISMI FINAL REPORT. 
AO-417 336 DIV. 2 

MA6NET0HYDR00YNAMICS 
EQUATIONS 

COMMENTS ON DERIVATION OF THE 
MAGNETOHYDROOYNAMIC EQUATIONS. 

AO-417 750 DIV. 25 

MAQNCTOHYDROOYNAMICS 
INCOMPRCSSIBLC FLOR 

THE HYDROMAGNETICS OF AN ELLIPSOID 
MOVING IN A CROSSED-FICLD. 

AO-417 329 OIV. 9 

MA6NCT0HY0R0DYNAMICS 
MAftNCTIC FIELDS 

HYDROMAGNETICS OF AN ELLIPSOID 
MOVING IN A CROSS-FIELO. 



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ON veuocitv oistribotion in ner;urv 

FLO«. 

Ao-m? 75a 
nasnctrons 
coto cathode tuses 

ANOOE structures for COLD-CATMOOr 
HI(iM-FO*ER XA6METR0N. 

A0-m7 620 OIV. A 

MAINTENANCE ^FRSONNCt 
^RFORHANCE TESTS 

BISLIOQRAPMr ON XAINTENANCE 
^KSONNEL PFRFORNANCE HEASURENEST. 
AO-1417 424 OIV. ?S 

MAINTENANCE RERSONMCt 
TRAININQ 

TRAINING AND TRAINING EQUIPMENT 
•CJUIRENENT5 FOR SRPUNO 0PERAT09 ANO 
MAINTENANCE PERSONNFL OF AOVANCFO 
5PARE SYSTEMS. 

AO-417 1B3 OIV. ?1 

NANNCO SPACECRAFT 

CLOSEO-CVCLF ECOLO«tCAL SVSTtMS 

A PHOTOSYNTHETIC GAS EXCHANGER 
SYSTEM UTILIZING A STRAIN OF CHLORELLA 
VIR.GAR1S ALSAEi OESIGNEO AND TESTEO 
FOR CLOSEO-rYCLE SYSTEMS IN HANNEO 
SPACECRAFT. 

AD-4J7 420 OIV, 16 

NANNCD SPACECRAFT 

ORBITA*. TRAjCCTORItS 

ANALYSES OF TME 50PPLER FREQUENCY 
SHIFT IN 9E«C0N SIGNALS ANO VOICfS 
TRA»iSMITTEO FROM US<R SATELLITES. 
A0-ai7 37* OIV. 12 

MANUTACTURINO METHODS 
OPERATIONS RESEARCH 

AN ECONOMIC MODEL FOR THE SUR- 
VEILLANCE OF A PRODUCTION PROCESS. 
A0-al7 776 OIV. 26 

MANUFACTURING MCTHOOS 
•ESISTORS 

PARAMETERS FOR MANUF«CTURE OF 
PO«0US SUBSTRATE RESISTORS USINr, 
QUARTZ AS THE SUBSTRATE. 

AO-417 222 OIV. 7 

MATERIALS 

OICLECTRIC PVOPCKTtCS 

DIELECTRIC CONSTANTS APPLICAiiLE 
TO MICRORAV ABSORBfRS. 

A0-m7 231 OIV. 17 

MATERIALS 

ENGINCERINO 

ULTRAHI3M PRESSURE AS A TOOL FOR 
HOLECULAR ENGINEERING. 
A0-4J7 507 
MATCHIALS 
LASERS 

RESEARCH ON MATERIALS FOR USE IN 
LASERS! FINAL REPORT. 

A0-ai7 635 OIV. 14 

MATERIALS 

PRESERVATION 

"RESERVATION OF MATERIALS BY CON- 
TROLLEtr HUMIDITY STORAGE. 

.AO-417 775 OIV. 26 

MATCNIALS 

RADIATION DAMAOe 

MONTHLY ACCESSION LISTi EFFECT OF 
RAUIATIIN 0»' MATERIALS. 

AO-417 251 OIV. 20 

MATERIALS 

STRAIN lASES 

MATERIAL^ FOR USE AS STRAIN GAGES 



OIV. 17 



AT TEMPERATURES ABOVE 2000 F (1093 r ) I METALS 



ACCtPTABlLITV 

A ME A SURF OF THE QUALITY AND 
ACCEPTANCE ff BEEF LIVER. 

AO-417 503 OIV. 29 

MECHANICAL 0R8ANS 
PUMPS 

PROPOSED ACCEPTANCE TEST PROfiRAM 
FOR ARMY ARTIFICIAL HEART PUMP. 

AD-41T 513 OIV. 16 

MECHANICAL WAVES 
MCTALS 

A GENERALIZED THEORY OF STRAIN- 
RATE-OE"ENOFNT PLASTIC RAVE PROaAGA- 
TION IN BAR*. 

AO-417 162 OIV. IT 

MEDICAL RESEARCH 
SCHISTOSOMA 

STUDIES PN SCHISTOSOMIASIS 
JAPONICA ON TAIRAN. 

AO-417 522 OIV. 16 

MEHBRANCS 
CELLULOSE 

APPLIED RESEARCH INVESTIGATION OF 
SEALED SILVER ZINC BATTERIES. 

AD-417 799 OIV. 7 

MEMORY 

PERFORMANCE TESTS 

SMORT-TE»H MEMORY AS A. PREDICTOR 
OF TROU'iLESMOOTiNG SKILLS. 

AO-417 418 OIV. 2§ 

MEMORY 

PSYCHIATRY 

CONCEPTS OF ANOSOGNOSIA. 

AO-417 512 OIV. 16 

MERCURY 

M AGNE TOH YOROO YN AM I C S 

EFFECT OF TRANSVERSE MAGNETIC FIELD 
ON VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION IN MERrURY 
FLO*. 

AO-417 758 DIV. 25 

MESON CAPTURE 

CHEMICAL COMPOUNOI 

A THESIS. MUON CAPTURE IN CHEMI- 
CAL COMPOUNrS. 

AO-417 241 DIV. 20 

METABOLISM 

RADIATION EFFCCTI 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCHI 
IONIZING RAriATION ANO METABOLISM. 
AD-417 407 OIV. 16 

METAL FILMS 
CESIUM 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH 
ON PHOTOSENSITIVITY ANO SECONDARY 
ELECTRO EMICSION FROM OXYGEN 
CESIUM LAYERS IN DIFFUSION PROCESSES. 
AO-417 366 OIV. 25 

METALLIC CRYSTALS 
CRYSTAL URORTH 

RECRYSTALLIZATION OF SINGLE 
CRYSTALS. 

AO-417 253 DIV. 17 

METALS 

ABSTRACTS 

SELECTED ACCESSIONS. AUG 63. 
DEFENSE METALS INFORMATION CENTER. 
AO-417 469 DIV. 17 

METALS 

MECHANICAL PMO^KTIE* 

EFFECTS nF TRIAXIAL STRESSES ON 
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF METAL UNDER 
HIGH PRESSUREI FINAL REPORT. 

AO-417 4Sa OIV. 17 



FINAL REPORT. 

AD-417 541 DIV. SO 

MATERIALS 

VIseOCLAITieiTV 

ON THE GENERATION OF RESIDUAL 



STRESSES IN THERMO-VISCOELASTIC BODIES. METALS 



MECHANICAL RAvei 

A GENERALIZED THEORY OF STRAIN- 
RATE-OE^ENOrNT PLASTIC RAvE PRORASA- 
TION IN BAR«. 

AO-417 162 OIV. 17 



AO-417 514 OIV. 25 

matehials 
■Aveeuioe ■iNOOBt 

THEORETirAL ANO EXPERIMENTAL IN- 
VESTIGATION OF METHODS FOR IM- 
PROVING THE AVERAGE PO«ER TRANS- 
MISSION CAPABILITIES OF HIGH AVFa«3r 
PO«rR MICRORAVE TUBE RINOORS. 

AO-417 369 OIV. R 

MATHCMATICAL ANALYSIS 
LANGUAGE 

CONCEPTS AND MEASURES OF 
SYNTACTIC COMPLEXITY. 

AO-417 188 OIV. 32 

MATHEMATICAL LOGIC 

MATHEMATICAL MODELS 

MEASURES OF SYNTACTIC COMPLEXITY 
IN LANGUAGE. 

AO-417 622 OIV. 15 

MEASURING DEVICES (ELECTRICAL S ELECTRONIC 
RADIO INTERFERENCE 

CALCULATIONS FOR THE CALIBRATION 



17 



ORGANIC eOMPOUNOt 

EMBRITTLFMENT OF METALS BY 
ORGANIC LlOt>IDS. 

AO-417 237 OIV. 

METEOROLOGICAL BALLOONS 
HYDROGEN 

HYDROGEN GENKJIATION FOR HIGH ALTI- 
TUOE BALLOONS. 

AO-417 524 OIV. 4 

METEOROLOGICAL BALLOONS 
INSTRUMENTATION 

A SPECTROMETER ANO SUNSEEKER FOR 
MEASURING SOLAR INFRAREO. 

AO-417 784 OIV. ^0 

METEOROLOGICAL BALLOONS 
MANUFACTURINB METHODS 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE 
FOH MANUFACTURE OF METEOROLOGICAL 
BALLOONS TYPE ML-541( l/UM. 

AD-417 171 DIV. 26 

MCTEOROLOGICAL CHARTS 
ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE 



GRAPHS OF METEOROLOGICAL 
PAMAMETERS. 

AO-417 374 OIV. 2 

MCTCOROLOaiCAL PARAMCTERS 
RCCOROS 

GRAPHS OF METEOROLOGICAL 
PAMAMETERS. 

AD-417 374 OIV. 2 

METEORS 
ASTROMOMV 

SYMPOSIUM ON ASTRONOMY ANO 
PHYSICS OF vETEORS. 

AD-417 200 OIV. 2 

Mie«0»AVE FREOUfNCY 

ELECTROMAGNETIC lAVt REFLICTIOMS 

TRANSMIS«IO»< OF "ICRORAVE BE«MS 
AROUND RIGHT ANGLE CORNERS "Y USF OF 

noosLE CURVATURE reflectorsi final 

REPORT. 

AO-417 486 OIV. 5 

MICROWAVE OSCILLATO«« 
FEEDBACK 

INVESTIGATION OF AN ELECTRON RESO- 
NANCE SPECTROMETER UTILIZING A GFN- 
ERALIZEO FEFOBACX MICRORAVE OSCILLA- 
TOR. 

AO-417 283 OIV. 29 

MICRORAVE OSCILLATOK* 
X BAND 

DEVELOPMENT OF A MILLIMETER WAVE 
GENERATOR USING A FIELD EMISSION 
CATHODE. 

AO-417 279 OIV. B 

MICRORAVE SPECTROSCOPY 
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS 

MICROVAVF SPECTROSCOPY OF ORGANIC 
MOLECULES - ACETYL ACETYLENE. 

AO-417 348 OIV. a 

MICRORAVES 

REFLECTION ' 

FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES IN THE 
MICRORAVE PROBING OF MEDIUM ANO 
HIGM-OENSITY PLASMAS. 

AD-417 338 OIV. 79 

MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS 
BIBLIOBRAPHIES 

A PRELIMINARY BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE 
STUDIES OF THE ROLE« OF MILITARY 
ESTABLISHME'TS IN DEVELOPING NATIONS. 
AD-417 797 DIV. IR 

MINIATURE ELECTRONIC EOUIPMENT 
RADIO RECEIVERS 

HIGH FREQUENCY MINIATURE TUNABLE 
SHORT-«AVE RECEIVERS. 

AO-417 136 DIV. 5 

MODULES (ELECTRONIC! 
THERMOELECTRICITY 

THER-^OELFCTRIC PORER MODULES. 
AD-417 755 DIV. 8 

MOLECULAR ROTATION 
HYORO«EN 

THEORY OF VIBRATIONS ANO ROTATIONS 
OF DIATOMIC MOLECULES. 

AO-417 399 OIV. 25 

MOLECULAR SPECTROSCO^V 
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS 

VIBRATIONAL ASSISNMENTS ANO FORCE 
CONSTANTS CALCULATIONS ON CYCLIC 
MOLECULES CONDUCTED AT THE UNIVERSITY 
OF NAPLES. 

AO-417 520 DIV. 29 

MOLECULES 

QUANTUM MCCHANICB 

THEORETICAL INVESTIGATIONS 0» THE 
ELECTRONIC STRUCTURTS ANO STATES OF 
MOLECULES ANO CRYSTALSI FINAL REPORT. 
AO-417 B17 OIV. 29 

MOORINB 

AIRCRAFT CARRIERS 

SEA TEST* ON A StlNG-MOOREO AIR- 
CRAFT CARRirR. 

AO-417 203 DIV. SI 

MOSSBAUCR EFFECT 
TIN 

A STUDY OF THE M0SS8AUER EFFECT ANO 
A REPORT OF THE ANALYSIS OF DIFFER- 
ENTIAL CROSS SECTIONS OF SEVERAL 
NUCLEAR REArTIONS. 

AO-417 349 OlVi JO 

NAVAL PROCUMEMCNT 
COSTS 

A STUDY OF PROCUREMENT COSTS AT 
THE SHIPS PARTS CONTROL CENTER. 

AD-417 764 OIV. 18 

NAVAL VESSELS (SUPPORT I 
REFUELING 

CORN RANCE SUPPLY VESSEL - 
REPLENISHMENT AT SEA. 

AO-417 994 OIV. SI 

NETWORKS 
SYNTHESIS 

THE APPLICATION OF SCHWARZ'S LEMMA 
ANO JENSEN'S INEQUALITY TO THE 
ORIVING-POINT IMPEDANCE OF LINEAR 
PASSIVE CIRCUITS. 

AO-417 280 OIV. B 



ra-8 



NEU - PLA 



NEUTRON BEAMS METHANE. 

DUCTED BOOir* AO-417 642 

NEUTRON RADIATION STREAMINS THROUGH ORGANIC COMPOUNDS 



OIV. 25 



CYLINDRICAL DUCTS. i 

AD-417 282 01 V^ I 90 

NIOBIUM ALLOYS ' > 

MANUFACTURINB METHODS 

OEVELOPMENT OF OPTIMUM MANUTACTUR- 
ING METHODS FOR NIOBIUM ALLOY (0-43) 
SHEET. 

AO-417 692 DIV.i 17 

NIOBIUM ALLOYS 

PROTECTIVE TREATMfNTt 

HIGH-TEMPERATURE OXIDATION PRO- 
TECTIVE COATINGS FOR VANADIUM BASE 
ALLOYS. I 

AD-417 137 OlvUlT 

NITROBEN ' ' 

NcuTRON enosB scerioNs 

NEUTRON CROSS SECTIONS FOR, OXYGEN 
ANO NITROGEN. i 

AO-417 704 OlvillO 

NONLINEAR SYSTEMS 
ANALYSIS 

DYNAMICS OF NON-LINEAR PLAfHON 
OSCILLATIONS. 

AD-417 S62 01 V» 29 

NONLINEAR SYSTEMS 
CONTROL 

A METHOD OF SUCCESSIVE APPROXIMA- 
TIONS FOR THE SOLUTION OF OPTIMAL 
CONTROL PRORLEMS. 

AO-417 581 OlVi 19 

NUCLEAR ENCRBV LEVELS I 

BAMMA-PROTON REACTIONS 

RESONANCfS IN YIELD CURVE OF 
SILIC0N-30(<>R0T0N> SAMMAIP-SI REAC- 
TION (E SUB P * 1.9 TO 3.0 MEV RANOFI. 
AO-417 228 OIV, 20 

NUCLEAR ENERGY LEVELS 
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS 

STATISTICAL THEORY OF ENERBT-LEVFL 
SPACING DISTRIBUTIONS FOR COMPLEX 
SPECTRA. 

AD-417 373 OIV. 25 

NUCLKAR EXPLOSION OAMABt 
CONTROL 

US ELECTRICAL INDUSTRYI VULNERABIL- 
ITY. PROCESSING. ENVIRONMENT *M0 RE- 
PAIR PROBLEMS IN CASE OF NUCLEAR AT- 
TACXI FINAL REPT. , 

AO-417 502 OIV, 20 

NUCLEAR EXPLOSION OAMABE 
WATER SUPPLIES 

THE RECOVERY ANO RESTORATION OF 
METROPOLITAN iaTER WORKS FOLLOWING 
NUCLEAR WAR ATTACK. 

AO-417 240 OIVJ 20 

NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS 
HIGH ALTITUDE 

MAGNETIC. TELLURIC CURRENT, ANO 



ETALS BY 



OIV. 17 



OIV. 25 



ISOCARBORANE. 
DIV. 4 



METALS 

EMBRITTLFMENT OF 
ORuANIC LIQUIDS. 
AO-417 237 
ORSANie COMPOUNDS 

MICROWAVE SPECTROSCOPY 

MICROWAwr SPECTROSCOPY OF ORGANIC 
MOLECULES - ACETYL ACETYLENE. 

AO-417 34d OIV. 4 

ORSANIC COMPOUNDS 

MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 

VIBRATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS ANO FQRCF 
CONSTANTS CALCULATIONS ON CYCLIC 
MOLECULES CONDUCTED AT THE UNIV'RSITY 
OF NAPLES. 

AO-417 520 

ORBANIC COMPOUNDS 

MOLECULAR STRUCTURE 

THE STRUCTURE OF 

AO-417 327 

ORBANIC COMPOUNDS 

NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE 

THE PROTON NHR SPECTRUM OF 2.2- 
OIBROMOCYClOBUTANONE. 

AO-417 325 OIV. 4 

THE DEGENERATE COPE REARRANGEMENT 
OF TRICYCL0NONA-27-0IENE-9-ONE. 

AO-417 326 OIV. 4 

ombanic compounds 
synthetic rubber 

chemical relaxation time of cross- 
unked polyfthylene disulfide as a 
function of temperature and sulfur 
cbncentration ano comparison of the 
oata with that obtained for cross- 
linked polyethylene tetrasulfidf. 

AO-417 258 OIV. 14 

OMGANOBORANES 

NUCLEM MAGNETIC BESONANCE 

THE STRUCTURE OF ISOCARBORANE. 
V AO-417 327 OIV. 4 

OXYBEN 

ELECTRODES 

HYOROGEN-OXYGEt ELECTRODE STUOYI 
FUEL CELLS. 

AD-417 359 DIV. 7 

OXYBEN 

NEUTRON CBOSB UCTIONS 

NEUTRON CROSS SECTIONS FOR OXYGEN 
ANO NITROGEN. 

AO-417 704 DIV. 20 

OZONE 

DEGRADATION 

CAUSES. EFFECTS. AND PREVENTION 
OF OZONE CRACKING IN ROCKET MOTOR 
M-S7E1 BUNA-S RUBBER INTERNAL INSU- 
LATIONI MINUTEMAN WEAPON SYSTEM, 
AO-417 67b OIV. 14 



VLF OBSERVATIONS DURING NUCLEAR TESTS. PACKING MATERIALS 



il 

'¥ 

.tth 



AD-417 491 
NUCLEAR PARTICLES 
MOMENTUM 

PARTICLE POLARIZATION IN Ht 
ENERGY PHYSICS. 

AO-417 148 OlVf 

NUCLEAR SCATTERINB 
DIATOMIC MOLECULES 

SUDDEN APPROXIMATION APPLl 
ROTATIONAL EXCITATION OF MOLECULES BY 
ATOMS. 

AD-417 699 DIV^ 20 

NUCLEAR SPECTROSCOPY 
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS 

STATISTICAL THEORY OF ENERBT-LEVEL 
SPACING DISTRIBUTIONS FOR COMPLEX 
SPECTRA. 

AO-417 373 OlVt 25 



11 



SONANCE! 



NUCLEONS 
EXCITATION 

QUANTUM NUMBERS OF HIGHER 
IN PION-NUCLEON SCATTERING. 

AD-417 911 OIV( 

NYLON 

OEHYDMATION 

EVALUATION OF THE THERMAL KINETIC 
PARAMETERS OF NYLON 610 WITHOUT 
DEtiRADATION. 

AO-417 406 OIV, 14 

OFFICER PERSONNEL 
JOB ANALYSIS 

A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF OFFICER 

JOB Evaluation factors. 

AO-417 496 
ORBANIC COMPOUNDS 
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS 

FIRE-RESISTANT HYDRAULIC FLUIDS 
BASED ON FlUORINATEO. SULFUR-CONTAIN- 
IN«i COMPOUNOS. 

AO-417 774 DIV, 14 

ORBANIC COMPOUNOS 
HYDROCARBONS 

CALCULATION OF THE SPECIFIC HEATS 
ANO SOUNO VELOCITY OF HIGH DENSITY 



29 



DIV, 23 



CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERES 

DESICCATING BARRIERS FDR MILITARY - 
PACKAGING. 

AO-417 718 DIV. 26 

PAINT REMOVERS 
CORROSION 

EFFECTS OF TEXO NO. 502AF ANO 
PENNSALT CLFANER NO. 44 PAINT STRIP- 
PERS ON COMMONLY USED AIRCRAFT 
MATERIALS, 

AO-417 219 DIV. 14 

PARABOLIC ANTENNAS 
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF 150-FOOT 
STEERABLE PARABOLIC ANTENNAS. 

AO-417 791 OIV. A 

PARAMABNETIC RESONANCE 
ELECTRONS 

INVESTIGATION OF AN ELECTRON RESO- 
NANCE SPECTROMETER UTILIZING A GEN- 
ERaLIZEO FErOBACK MICROWAVE OSCILLA- 
TOR. 

AO-417 283 OIV. 25 

PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 
NEUTRON TRANSPORT THEORY 

THE SOLUTION OF CERTAIN PARTIAL 
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS USING FIXEO- 
POINT METHOrs. 

AO-417 107 OIV. 15 

PARTICLE ACCELERATORS 

RESEARCH PROBRAM ADMINISTRATION 

ABSTRACTS OF VARIOUS EXPERIMENTAL 
PROGRAMS AT FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY 
USING A TANOEM ACCELERATOR. 

AO-417 345 DIV. 20 

PARTICLES 
MOTION 

A STOCHASTIC ANALYSIS OF FLOWS 
BETWEEN COMPARTMENTS IN A MULTI- 
COMPARTMENT SYSTEM TS PRESENTED. 
A0.41T 663 OIV. 15 

PERFORMANCE TESTS 
AUDIOMETRY 

SENSORY ALTERNATION AND PERFORMANCE 



DIV. 2R 



2« 



20 



IN A VIGILANCE TASK. 
AD-417 444 
PERFORMANCE TESTS 

LEARNING 

A TEST OF TROUBLESHOOTING STRATEi^Y 

IN PENCIL-PAPER FORM. 

AD-417 419 OIV. 

PHOSPHORESCENCE 
GAS IONIZATION 

AFTERGLOF ATOMIC COLLISION 
PROCESSES. 

AD-417 324 OIV. 

PHOSPHORESCENT MATEBKLS 
INFRARED PHENOMENA 

INFRARED EMITTING PHOSPHORS. 
AO-417 342 OIV. 29 

PHOSPHORUS 

GAMMA-PROTON REACTIONS 

RESONANCES IN YIELD CURVE OF 
StLIC0N-30(PR0TON. eAMMA)P-31 REAC- 
TION (E SUB P ♦ 1.5 TO 3.0 MEV »ANSE>, 
AO-417 228 DIV. 20 

PHOTOCONDUCTIVITY 
FILMS 

RESEARCH ON PHOTOCONDUCTIVITY IN 
THIN FILMS. 

AO-417 747 OIV. 25 

PHOTOELECTRIC CELLS (SEMICONDUCTOR) 
DIODES (SEMICONDUCTOR) 

PREPARATIONS FOR IMAGE TUBE TEST- 
ING. TESTING AND BREADBOAROING OF THE 
AEC AND RELATED CIRCUITS) ANO DYNAMIC 
ANALYSIS OF PRISM D»IVE MECHANISMS. 
AO-417 628 DIV. 6 

PHOTOBRAPHIC EMULSIONS 
COSMIC RAYS 

HIGH ENERGY COSMIC RADIATION IN- 
VESTIGATIONS WERE CONDUCTED IN THE 
UPPER ATMOSPHERE. FINAL REPORT. 

A0-41T 493 OIV, 20 

PHOTOMETERS 
AUTOMATIC 

PHOTOELECTRIC SELF-RECORDING DAY- 
SKY PHOTOMETER. 

AD-417 323 OIV. 2 

PHOTOSENSITIVITY 
MATERIALS 

RESEARCH ON PHOTOCONDUCTIVITY IN 
THIN FILMS. 

AO-417 747 DIV. 29 

PHOTOSENSITIVITY 
METAL FILMS 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH 
ON PHOTOSENSITIVITY ANO SECONDARY 
ELECTRO EMISSION FROM OXYGEN 
CESIUM LAYERS IN DIFFUSION PROCESSES, 
AD-417 366 ' OIV, 75 
PHYSICS 

BIBLIOBRAPHIES 

PROFESSIONAL PAPERS CLEARED FOR 
POSSIBLE PUBLICATION AND/OR PRESENTA- 
TION. 

A0-B17 R«0 OIV, 25 

PIERS 

CREOSOTE 

COOPERATIVE MARINE PILING INVESTI- 
GATION) PHASE 2 — PILE DRIVING AT 
PEARL HARBOR, 

AO-417 175 OIV, 13 

PIEZOELECTRIC CRYSTALS 
MAGNETIC PROPERTIES 

MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF OXIDE SYS- 
TEMS) MAGNETIC STRUCTURE ANO SOURCE OF 
ANISOTROPIC BEHAVIO* OF PIEZOELECTRIC 
FEKROMA-SNETIC ^ALLIUM IRON OXIDE) CRY- 
OGENICS) MOPIFIED MAGNETOMETER) THER- 
MAL DEPENDENCE OF MAGNETIC moment, 
AO-417 179 DIV, 29 

PILOTS 

VISUAL SIBNALS 

ACCURACY OF PILOT ESTIMATION OF 
RANGE ANO RELATIVE ALTITUDE OF 
ANOTHER AIRCRAFT UNDER VISUAL FLIGHT 
RULES. 

A0-4t7 669 OIV. 1 

PLANTS (BOTANY) 
BENETICS 

SOME ASPECTS OF GENERAL ANO 
SPECIFIC COMBINING ABILITY. 

AD-417 696 DIV. 32 

PLASMA JETS 
VELOCITY 

HIGH VELOCITY CUMULATIVE JETS. 
AD-417 414 DIV. 29 

PLASMA MEDIUM 
MICROWAVES 

"ICROtAVf REFLECTION FROM SHOCK- 
PRODUCEO PLASMAS. 

AO-417 556 OIV. 8 

PLASMA OSCILLATIONS 
PERTURBATIOIt THEORY 

DYNAMICS OF NON-LINEAR PLASMON 
OSCILLATIONS. 

AD-417 562 DIV. 25 

PLASMA PHYSICS 
ELECTRON DENSITY 



NI-9 



PLA - RAD 



ruNo«>«eNTAL sTuoies in thc 

MICKOtAVC PtOaiNfi or ><E0Iu*1 *N0 
MISH-OENSITV PLAS"**. 

*0-«t7 S3S DtVt 29 

PV.«SM« PMYJICS 

SHOCK •Aves 

"CSCAIICM IN KAOIO PHYSICS. 

AO-liT 499 OIV> S 

point-octonatina fuzcs 
AKHiNo Devices 

PEASISILITY STUOr or AIR OASHPOT 
rO« DELAYED ARNINS OF HJ2A2 PO ruZE. 
A0-«1T 160 OIV. 22 

POLAMIZATtOM 

ELECTNOXAANCTIC lAVEt 

DESIGN CURVES FOP A CIMCUUAM 
POLARIZER. 

AO-aiT ISt OIV. S 

POLARIZATION 
PARTICLCS 

PARTICLE POLARIZATION IN HfSM 
ENERGY PHYSICS. 

A0-41T 148 OIV. 20 

POLVftCHS 

sulfiocs 

chcmcal relaxation time of cross- 
linked polyftmylene disulfide as a 
function of temperature and sulfur 
concentration and conparisow of the 
data ■ith that obtained for cross- 
linked polyftmylene tetrasulfioe . 

A0-A17 2S8 OIV. ttt 

POLTHERS 
VISCOSITY 

THE VISCOSITY AND FLOR MECHANISM 
OF POLYMERS RITM DISPERSE FILLERS. 
AD-R17 482 OIV. « 

POPULATION 
SENCTICS 

THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE TRAITS IN 
SELECTION PPOGRAMS. 

AO-017 186 OIV. 16 

PORCH eOUIPNCNT 
ELECTRIC SRITCHCt 

INVESTIGATION OF C0NTACTLE5S 
SRITCHIsa CONCEPTS FOR APPLICATION TO 

AIRCRAFT Electrical systems-vol. ii. 

CONCEPT design STUOIES. 

A0-«I7 245 OIV. 7 

POnn PLANTS (CSTAtLISHMCNTSI 
NUCLEAR EXPLOSION DAMAGE 

US ELECT»ICAL IN'^USTRYI VULNERABIL- 
ITY, PROCES»INai ESVlROSMENT ANO RE- 
PAIR PROBLEMS l*) CASE OF NUCLEAR AT- 
TACKI FINAL REPT. 

AO-417 S02 DIV. 20 

POtfR SULLIES 

SCHieONOUCTOR OCVlCtt 

PRECISION SOLID-«TATE PORER SUP*»lT 
CIRCUITRY. 

AD-417 332 DIV. 7 

PREKRVATION 
HUMIDITY 

PRESERVATION OF MATERIALS BY CON- 
TROLLED HUMI-OITY STORAGE. 

AO-417 775 DIV. 26 

PRESSURE 

MeASURCMENT 

DEVELOPMENT OF A ZERO TO 2500 PSl 
PRESSURE SEi'SOH HAVING AN OVERALL 
PRECISION OF 1/4 PSI. 

A0-al7 1S8 DIV. 30 

PRESSURE GAGES 

HYDROSTATIC PREiSURE 

DEVELOPMENT OF A ZERO TO 2500 PST 
PRESSURE SE>JSOR HAVING AN OVERALL 
PRtCISION OF 1/4 PSI. 

AO-417 158 OIV. 30 

PROCAtlLITY 
SAMPLING 

MARKOVIA^' DECISION PROCESSES RITh . 
UNCERTAIN TRANSITION PROBAB ILIT IFS. 
AD-al7 150 DIV. IB 

PROBES lELECTPOMAaNCTiet 
ANTENNAS 

CIRCULAR ARRAYSI CONSTRUCTION DE- 
TAILS ARE 3IVE"« FOR EXPERIMENTAL 
EOUIPMENT FOR MEASU"ING ELECTRICAL 
PROPERTIES ALONG THF RADIATING ELE- 
MENTS ANO FAR FIELD RADIATION 
PATTERNS OF SMALL ANTENNA ARRAYS. 

^D-417 617 OIV. R - 

PRODUCTION 

METEOROLOGICAL BALLOONS 

PROO'lCTirN ENGINEERING MEASURE 
FOR MAN'JFACTURE OF "ETEOROLOGICAL 
BALLOONS TYPE ML-541( »/UM. 

AO-417 171 DIV. 26 

PRODUCTION 

9UARTZ RESONATORS 

PRODUCTION OF CR-(XM-17I/U GLASS 
CRYSTAL HOLDER UNIT*. 

AD-417 270 DIV. R 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE ON 
CR-(XM-45I/U QUARTZ CRYSTAL UNITS. 
AO-417 460 DIV. 8 



PRODUCTION 

RCrRACTORV HATCRIALS 

PRODUCTION PROBLEMS OF ORAPMITC 
CONTAINING REFRACTORY MATERIALS. 
AO-417 133 DIV. 14 

PRODUCTION 
TRANSISTORS 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE FOR 
VMF. SILICOW PORER TRANSISTORS. 

AO-417 706 OIV. 8 

PROGRAMMING ICOMPUTCRtI 
ANALOG COMPUTERS 

OEVELO-'MENT OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER 
PROGRAM USEO TO GENERATE SOUND RAY 
PATHS ANO TO COMPUTE SOUND TRANS- 
MISSION LOS*ES DUE TO RAY DIVERGENCE 
ANO ABSORPTION. 

AD-417 592 OIV. SO 

PROGRAMMING (COMPUTCRII 
CRYSTAL STRUCTURE 

EXECUTIVE PROGRAM POR APPLICATION 
TO X-RAY CRYSTALLOSRAPHY STUOIES. 
AD-4t7 523 OIV. 30 

PRO«RAHM|N« LANGUAUS 

X-RAY DIFFRACTION ANALYIIS 

EXECUTIVE PROGRAM FOR APPLICATION 
TO X-RAY CRYSTALLOGPAPHY STUOIES. 
AD-417 523 OIV. 30 

PROJCCTlLeS 
NOOCL TESTS 

A Passive teiperature-teleneteRing 

SYSTEM FOR SUN-LAUNCMEO MODELS. 

AD-417 114 OIV. 30 

PROPAGATION 
PLASMA SMCATM 

ANTENNA PINOOB* A TECHNIOUC FOR 
PROPAGATION THROUGH A PLASMA SHEATH. 
AD-417 454 DIV. 8 

PROPAGATION 

ULTRAHIGH FREOUCNCY 

UHF AIR-TO-GROUND PROPAGATION 
MEASUREMCNTS. 

AD-417 196 OIV. 9 

PROPCLLANT GRAINS 
INSTRUHCNTATION 

EMBEDMENT OF INTERNAL INSTRUMENTA- 
TION IN propellant grains. 

A0-4t7 906 OIV. 27 

PROTEINS 
NUTRITION 

STUOIES OF ADAPTATION OF PROTEIN 
MALN0TRITIO»>I ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT. 
AO-417 590 OIV. 16 

PSYCHIATRY « 

MEMORY 

CONCEPTS OF ANOSOGNOSIA. 

AD-417 512 OIV. 16 

PULSE COMMUNICATION SYSTCMS 
DIGITAL SYSTEMS 

CUMULATIVE DECISION TECHNIQUES 
FOR ERROR-FREE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. 
AD-417 230 OIV. 9 

PULSe COMPRESSION 
RAOAR 

A LINEAR-FM RAOAR PULSE COMPRESSION 
SYSTEM EMPLOYING THICRNESS-TAPERFO 
DISPERSIVE PELAY LIMES. 

AO-417 528 DIV. 6 

PUMPS 

MECHANICAL Ot^GANS 

PROPOSED ACCEPTANCE TEST PROGRAM 
FOR ARMY ARTIFICIAL HEART PUMP. 

AO-417 913 OIV. 16 

QUALITY CONTROL 
TESTS 

THESISl THE PROGRESS OF SOVIET 
RELIABILITY ENGINEE'INGI A STUDY OF 
PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS. 

AO-417 208 OIV. 26 

QUANTUM NCCHANICS 
CRYSTALS 

THEORETICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF THE 
ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES AND STATES OF 
MOLECULES A»'D CRYSTALSI FINAL REPORT. 
AO-417 517 OIV. 29 

QUANTUM MCCHANICS 
ELECTRONS 

HAMILTONIAN THEO»Y OF THE OIRAC 
ELECTRON. 

AD-417 564 ^3 DIV. 25 
QUANTUM MECHANICS 
MATHEMATICAL LOGIC 

LOGIC OF Quantum mechanics. 

AD-U17 667 OIV. 19 

QUANTUM MECHANICS 
HEASUREMENT 

INTERACTION OF QUANTIZED ANO UN- 
OUANTIZEO SYSTEMS. 

AO-417 963 DIV. 29 

QUARTZ 
CRYSTALS 

PRODUCTION OF FILTER CRYSTALS. 
AD-417 362 OIV. 29 

QUARTZ RESONATORS 
PRODUCTION 

PROOiKTION OF CR-(XM-17)/U GLASS 



CRYSTAL HOLOER UNITS. 

AO-417 270 OIV. 8 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURF ON 
CR-IXM.49I/II QUARTZ CRYSTAL UNITS. 
AO-417 460 OIV. 8 

QUART! RESONATORS 
TEMPERATURE 

FREQUENCY TEMPERATURE COMPENSA- 
TION TCCHNIOUeS FOR QUARTZ CRYSTAL 
OSCILLATORS. 

AD-417 697 OIV. B 

RAOAR ANTENNAS 
DESIGN 

PHASED ARRAY RAOAR STUDIES! REPORT 
NO. 3. 

AO-417 972 OIV. 6 

RADAR 0UPLEXER8 

MICRORAVC EQUIPMENT 

HIGH POfER MICRORAVE GAS OUPLEXERS. 
AD-417 292 OIV. 8 

RADAR TRACKING 
L BAND 

RESEARCH IN RADIO PHYSICS. 

A0-41T 499 OIV. B 

RADAR TRANSMITTERS 

RAOIOPREOUCNCY INTERFERENCE 

RAOIOPREOUENCY INTERFERENCE FROM 
HIGH POWER EMITTERS TO COMMERCIAL AND 
ENTERTAINME^'T E0U|P"CNT. 

AD-417 689 OIV. 8 

RADIATION CHEMISTRY 
HYDROCARBONS 

ELECTRON-SPIN MAGNETIC-RESONANCE 
OF FREE RADICAL INTERMEDIATES IN 
GAMHA-IRRAOIATEO HYDROCARBONS. 

AO-417 709 OIV. 4 

RADIATION OAMAGC 
■IBLIOGRAPHTES 

ABSTRACT* OF ACCESSIONS DURING 
SEPTEMBER l»63 BY THE RADIATION 
EFFECTS INFORMATION CENTER. 

AD-417 681 DIV. 32 

RADIATION DAMAGE 
LUBRICANTS 

EFFECT OF REACTOR RADIATION 
ON CERAMIC RONOEO SOLID-FILM 
LUBRICANTS. 

AO-417 167 OIV. 14 

RADIATION DAMAGE 
MATERIALS 

MONTHLY ACCESSION LISTI EFFECT OP 
RADIATION ON MATERIALS. 

AO-417 251 OIV. SO 

RADIATION EFFECTS 
SKIN 

RAOIOMETPIC MEASUREMENT OF SKIN 
TEMPERATURE CHANGES DURING SIMULATE" 
NUCLEAR THERMAL RADIATION. 

AD-417 416 DIV. 20 

RADIATION MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS 
CATALOGS 

LIST OF KILITARY AND CIVIL DEFENSE 
RADIAC DEvirES* 1963. 

AO-417 494 OIV. 20 

RADIATION MEASUREMENT »VtreNS 
COSMIC RAYS 

HIGH ENERGY COSMIC RADIATION IN- 
VESTIGATION* RCRE CONDUCTED IN THE 
UPPER ATMOSPHERE! FINAL REPORT. 

A0-tti7 493 DIV. 20 

RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 
DATA TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 

FIELD TEST RESULTS OF VARIOUS MOO- 
EMS OPERATING OVER THE AN/VRC-12 
RADIO SET) REPORT NO. 7. 

AD-417 754 DIV. 8 

RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 
INTELLIGIBILITY 

ELECTRONIC EVALUATION OF VOICE 
COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS FOR 
INTELLIGIBILITY. 

AO-417 700 OIV. 5 

RADIO FIELDS 
MEASUREMENT 

CALCiJLATIONS FOR THE CALIBRATION 
OF RIFI METERS USING A VERTICAL ROO 
ANTENNA. 

AO-417 549 OIV. 8 

RADIO NAVIGATION 
AIRBORNE 

CORRELATION OF OPERATIONAL 
RELIABILITY RITH INHERENT RELIABILITY 
OF AIRBORNE TACON EQUIPMENT. 

AD-417 199 OIV. 19 

RADIO RECEIVERS 

MINIATURE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 

HIGH FREOUCNCY MINIATURE TUNABLE 
SHORT-RAVE PECEIVCRS. 

AD-417 136 OIV. 9 

RADIO SIGNALS 
DETECTION 

LOCATION OF ATMOSPHERE - SCATTER 
ANO OBSTACLE-GAIN SIGNAL SOURCESI 
FINAL REPORT. 

AD-417 966 OIV. 8 

RADIO TRANSMISSION 



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AIRbTO-SURFACE 

UHF AIR.TO-GROUNO PROPAGATI 
MEASUREMENT*. 

AO-417 1*6 OtVi 

RADIO BAVCS 

■Avctuinci 

DESIGN CURVES FOR A CIRCUL< 
POLARIZER. 

AO-417 184 DtV. 

RADIOACTIVE FALLOUT 
CONTAMINATION 

FALLOUT NUCLIDE SOLUBILITY. FOLIAGE 
CONTAMINATION. AND PLANT PART UPTAKF 
CONTOUR RATIOS. 

A0-4t7 665 OIV. 16 

RADIOACTIVITY 

CYCLOTRONS J 

RESIDUAL RADIOACTIVITY FOLLOWING 
CYCLOTRON SHUT-DOWN IS INVESTIGATED. 
AO-417 977 DIV. 20 

RAOIOFREQUENCV INTERFERENCE 
ANTENNA CONFIGURATIONS 

STUDY OF NOISE INTRODUCED INTO 
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS BY THE 
PROPAGATING MEDIUM, AND THE DEVELOP- 
MENT OF TECHN18UES FOR REDUCING THI* 
NOISE BY PROPER OPTIMUM ANTENNA DESIGN, 
AD-417 553 DIV. • 

RAOIOPREOUENCY INTCRPERENCC 
RAOAR 

RAOIOPREOUENCY INTERFERENCE FROM 
HIGH POWER EMITTERS TO COMMERCIAL AND 
ENTERTAINME»'T EQUIPMENT. 

AD-417 685 OIV. 8 

RAOIOPREOUENCY SPECTROSCOPY 
DETERMINATION 

POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY ESTMaTES OF 
THE FADING OF HIGH FREQUENCY RADIO 
WAVES. , , 

AO-417 190 DIVJ • 

RARE EARTH ELfMENTS | | 

DETERMINATION 

DETERMINATION OF RARE ANO TRACE 
ELEMENTS IN SOILS* PLANTS AND 
WATERS. 

AO-417 769 OIV< 

REACTOR MATERIALS 
DATA 

TWO-GROUP CONSTANTS FOR REAiCTOR 
NATERIALS. 

AO-417 108 OIV., ||« 

REACTOR MOOERATORt 
MATERIALS 

SOLID REACTOR MODERATOR MATtRIALS. 
AD-417 109 DIV. 21 

READING 
BEHAVIOR 

LEARNING VIA PROGRAMED READING AND 
CUE VERSUS PESPONSE IN PROGRAHCO 
READING. 

AD-417 376 DIV» 28 

RECOMBINATION REACTIONS 
HEAT TRANSFER 

EFFECT OF LEWIS NUMBER ON HEAT 
TRANSFER. SEIN FRICTION AND FLOW 
PROPERTIES IN A DISSOCIATING GAS. 
AD-417 749 DIV. 9 

REENTRY VEHICLES 
AIRFRAME BEARINGS 

RESEARCH ANQ DEVELOPMENT OF «IR- 
FRAHE BEARI^'GS FOR AEROSPACE VChICLESI 
FRICTION, WFARt ANO LIMITING LOAO 
CAPACITY OF SUPERALLOY, CERMET. AND 
CERAMIC MATERIALS WITH AND WITHOUT 
LUBRICANTS AT TEMPERATURES FROM -100 
TO 2500F. 

AO-417 438 DIV,, ,14 

REENTRY VEHICLE! 
PROPAGATION 

ANTENNA WINDOW' A TECHNIOUfi FOR 
PROPAGATION THROUGH A PLASMA SMfATH, 
AD-417 454 OIV. 

REFRACTORY MATERIALS 
FIBERS 

FEASIBILITY OF FORMING REFRACTORY 
FIBERS BY A CONTINUOUS PROCESS. 

AO-417 436 DIV. 14 

REFRACTORY MATERIALS 
PRODUCTION 

PRODUCTION PROBLEMS OF GRAPHITE 
CONTAINING PEFRACTDPY MATERIALS. 
AO-417 133 OIV. 14 

REFRACTORY METALS t ALLOYS 
BRAZING 

EXOTHERMIC BRAZING OF UNALLOYED 
TUNGSTEN, MOLYBDENUM I COLUMBIUH, TAN- 
TALUMt ANO TZM ALLOY I OUARTFRLY REPT. 
WS. 

AD-417 TlO OIV. 26 

REFUELING 
SHIPS 

down ran«e supply vessel - 
replenishme»'T at sea. 

AO-417 554 DIV( 

REFUELING IN FLIGHT 
EXTERNAL STORES 



ir 



°1 

4ioue F 



r 



SI 



PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT MODEL 399 
AIR REFUELING STORE. 

AO-417 714 OIV. 1 

RELAXATION TIME 
SYNTHETIC RUSBCR 

CHEMICAL RELAXATION TIME OF CROSS- 
LINKED POLYETHYLENE DISULFIDE AS A 
FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE AND SULFUR 
CONCENTRATION AND COMPARISON OF THE 
DATA WITH THAT OBTAINED FOR CROSS- 
LINKED POLYETHYLENE TETRASULFIOE. 
AO-417 298 DIV. 14 

RELIABILITY 
ENGINEERING 

THESISl THE PROGRESS OF SOVIET 
RELIABILITY ENGINEEPINGI A STUDY OF 
PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS. 

AD-417 208 OIV. 26 

REPORTS 

FUEL CELLS 

THIS REPORT CONTAINS INFORMATION ON 
FUEL CELL R»D BEING PERFORMED IN THE 
UNITED STATES AND SUPPORTED BY NON- 
GOVERNMENT FUNDS. 

AD-417 392 DIV. 7 

RESEARCH PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION 
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

U. S. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS WITH 
PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS AND ENTERPRISES 
TO OBTAIN RESEARCH ANO DEVELOPMENT 
WORX NEEDED FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES. 
AD-417 110 DIV. 30 

RESISTORS 

MANUFACTURING METHODS 

PARAMETERS FOR MANUFACTURE OF 
POROUS SUBSTRATE RE*ISTORS USIN*} 
QUARTZ AS THE SUBSTRATE. 

AD-417 222 DIV. 7 

RESPIRATION 
PHYSIOLOGY 

RESPIRATORY FUNCTION STUDIES DURING 
PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO SIMULATED ALTI- 
TUDE WITHOUT HYPOXIA. 

AD-417 649 DIV. 16 

RETRO ROCKETS 
THRUST REVERSE 

WING II MlNUTEMAN THRUST REVERSAL 
SYSTEM. 

AD-417 268 DIV. 12 

REVICB* 

TEST METHODS 

STATE-OF-THE-ART SURVEY ON 
MECHANICAL PROPERTY TEST METHODS FOR 
BRITTLE MATERIALS. 

AD-417 621 OIV. 14 

ROCKET CASES 

EXPLOSIVE FORMINB 

EXPLOSIVE FORMING OF CLOSURES FOR 
LARGE SOLID PROPELLANT MOTOR CASESI 
FINAL REPORT. 

AD-417 638 DIV. 27 

ROCKET MOTORS 

GASEOUS ROCKET PROPELLANTS 

SUMMARY OF EXPERIMENTAL INVESTI- 
GATIONS OF COMBUSTION PRESSURE OSCIL- 
LATIONS IN GASEOUS PROPELLANT ROCKET 
MOTORSI FINAL REPORT. 

AD-417 905 OIV. 27 

ROCKET MOTORS (LIQUID PROPELLANT! 
DESIGN 

THE PROGRESS AND STATUS OF DESIGN 
ANO DEVELDPt-ENT WORK ON ThOR ARF 
SUMMARIZED AND TABULATED. 

AD-417 212 OIV. 27 

ROCKET MOTORS (LIQUID PROPELLANT) 
RELIABILITY 

THOR INFORMAL MONTHLY RELIABILITY 
REPORT. 

AD-417 170 DIV. 27 

RUNWAYS 

APPROACH LIGHTS 

HUMAN FACTORS ASPECTS OF THE PROB- 
LEM OF LIGHTING A RUNWAY THRESHOLD THAT 
HAS BEEN DISPLACED 'ROM THE END OF THE • 
PAVEMENT TO INSURE APPROACH CLEARANCE 
OF OBSTACLES. 

AO-417 446 DIV. 33 

RUNWAYS 
DESIGN 

OPERATIOHAL EVALUATION OF AIRPORT 
RUNWAY OESiriN ANO CAPACITY. 

AO-417 202 DIV. 33 

SALTS 

ELECTROLYSIS 

MEASUREMENT OF THE COUNTER-EMF, 
INCLUDING A SHORT TRANSIENT. IN FUSED 
SOOIUM HYDROXIDE AFTER ELECTROLY*I S. 
AO-417 216 DIV. 4 

•AMPCING 

RADIO SIGNALS 

DIGITIZIO'G PARAMETERS ANO CAL''U- 
LATED STATISTICS OF A WAVEFORM, 

AO-417 243 DIV. ' R 

SATELLITES (ARTIFICIAL) 
GRAVITY 

COMMENTS ON 6E0DYNAMIC CONSTANTS. 



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RAD - SIL 



A0.417 691 OIV. 2 

SATELLITES (APTlFIClALI 
ORBITAL TRAJECTORIES 

ANALYSES OF THE OOPPLER FREQUENCY 
SHIFT IN BEACON SIGNALS AND VOICFS 
TRANSMITTED FROM USSR SATELLITES. 
AD-417 37B DIV. 12 

A METHOD OF PREDICTING SATELLITE 
DECAY. 

AO-417 TOl DIV. 12 

SATELLITES (ARTIFICIAL) 
STABILIZATION 

A SYSTEM FOR PASSIVE GRAVITY- 
GRADIENT STABILIZATION OF EARTH 
SATELLITES. 

AO-417 Sai DIV. 12 

SCATTERING 

MATHEMATICAL ANALVStf 

UNITARITY AND ANALYTICITY IN 
COMPLEX ENEPGY PLANE OF GENERAL 
SCATTERING AMPLITUDES. 

AD-417 149 OIV. 2S 

SCHISTOSOMA 

MEDICAL RESEARCH 

STUDIES ON SCHISTOSOMIASIS 
JAPONICA ON TAIWAN. 

AD-417 922 OIV. 16 

SCINTILLATION COUNTERS 
GAMMA RAYS 

SCINTILLATION COUNTER FOR GAMMA- 
RAY DEFECTOSCOPY. 

AD-417 980 DIV. 20 

SECONDARY EMISSION 
ACCELEROMETFRS 

DENSITY EFFECT IN SOLIDS AND 
GASES. 

AD-417 290 DIV. 29 

SECONDARY EMISSION 
SEMICONDUCTING FILMS 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH 
ON PHOTOSENSITIVITY ANO SECONDARY 
ELECTRO EMIS510N FROM OXYGEN 
CESIUM LAYE'S IN DIFFUSION PROCESSES. 
AO-417 366 DIV. 29 

SEMICONDUCTING FILMS 
PHOTOSENSITIVITY 

TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN RESEARCH 
ON PHOTOSENSITIVITY AND SECONDARY 
ELECTRO EMISSION FROM OXYGEN 
CESIUM LAYERS IN DIFFUSION PROCESSES. 
AD-417 366 OIV. 29 

SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES 
CIRCUITS 

HANDBOOK OF PREFERRED CIRCUITSI 
NAVY AERONAUTICAL ELECTRONIC EQUIP- 
MENT! SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE CIRCUITS" 
VOL. II. 

AD-417 720 DIV. 8 

tEMICONOUCTOR DEVICES 
POWER SUPPLIES 

PRECISION SOLID-STATE POWER SUPPLY 
CIRCUITRY. 

AD-417 332 DIV. 7 

SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES 
PROCESSING 

SOLID STATE TUNNEL DEVICES ANO 
ARRAYS CAPAPLE OF OPERATION AT 
MICROWATT POWER LEVELS. 

AD-417 247 OIV. B 

SEMICONDUCTORS 

THERMOELECTRICITY 

THERMOELECTRIC SEMICONDUCTOR COOL- 
ING DEVICES. 

AD-417 409 DIV. B 

SENSORY MECHANISMS 
BATS 

EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON ECHOLOCATION 
SYSTEMS OF THE BAT. 

AD-417 965 OIV. 2R 

SHEETS 

PROCESSING 

DEVELOPMENT OF OPTIMUM MANUFACTUR- 
ING METHODS FOR NIOBIUM ALLOY (0-431 
SHtET. 

AO-417 692 OIV. 17 

SHIPS 
DESIGN 

COMPUTATION OF THE FRICTIONAL RE- 
SISTANCE OR THE SURFACE AREA OF A 
SHIP'S HULL. 

AO-417 630 OIV. 31 

SHOCK WAVES 
DETONATIONS 

OIRECTIOMAL EFFECT OF CHARGE MOTION 
ON SHOCK FORMATION AT A SPHERICAL 
PENTOLITE CHARGE. 

AD-417 915 DIV. 22 

SHOCK WAVES 

GAS IONIZATION 

ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF 
IONIZED GAS INDUCED BY SHOCK WAVE IN 
SHOCK TUBE. 

AD-417 229 DIV. 22 

SILICON 
CRYSTALS 

DISLOCATION MOBILITY ANO PINNING IN 



SIL- SYM 



M*HO H»TEm»LS THROUGH I^ITEKNAL rUtC- 
TION STilOIE*. 

*0-«17 U2 OIV. ?S 

SILICON 

SAHMA^^OTOM m*eTION$ 

•ESONANCrS IN TIFLO CURVE OF 
SlLlC0N-30l»R0T0Ni S*MH»)P-'^l REAC- 
TION (E SU9 P * 1.5 TO J.O "EV RASar ) . 
A0-«17 228 OIV. >0 

SILICONC ^UASTICS 

AooiTive* 

IMPROVED "ERFO^MANCE Or ELASTO<»E»S 
AT MIGH TEHPER*TU«E BY USING CHEHI- 
CACLT NOOIriED FILLC»S. 

AO-WIT aOO OIV. |« 

SILVC* 
C0ATIN4S 

TRANSLATION OF F0REI3N RFSEARCMI 
"RtPARATJOS OF THER"0STASLE ^^Rlr.MT 
SILVER COATINGS FOR RhOTOELECTR tC 
CATHODES. 

AO-417 565 OIV. 10 

SINOCC CRYSTALS 
ALUM I NUN 

OEACTION OF FINE HETAL il^ES TO 
INPOSEO UOaPSi effect of SPECIMfM 
SIZE ON OEFPRMATION PROPERTIES. 

AO-m? S57 OIV. 17 

StN«LC CKYSTaLS 

OUANTUM NCCHANieS 

THEORETlrAL INVE<TI3ATI0NS OF THE 
ELECTRONIC «TRUCTURfS AND ST«Tes OF 
NOlECUlES A»'0 CRYSTALSI FINAL R'PORT. 
AO-417 517 OIV. ?5 

SINGLE CRYSTALS 
REC^YSTALLIfATION 

«ECRVST*LLI2Af lOM OF SINGLE 
CRYSTALS. 

A0-«17 253 OIV. 17 

SKIN 

ABSORPTION 

BASIC STUDIES IN PERCUTANEOUS 
ABSORPTION. 

A0-«17 501 OIV. lA 

SKV SRIGHTNESS 

RCCORDING SYSTEMS 

PHOTOELE''TRIC SELF-RECORDING OAY- 
SKT PHOTOMETER. 

A0-<»17 ■J23 OIV. 2 

SODIUM COMPOUNDS 
ELECTROLYSIS 

MEASUREHFNT OF THE COUNTER-E<»F. 
INCLUDING A SHORT T>ANSIENTi IN FUSED 
SOOIUM HYORPXIOE AFTER ELECTROLYSIS. 
AO-417 216 OIV. U 

SOILS 

HEAT TRANSFER 

A HEAT FLO* TRANSDUCER IS EVALUATED 
AS A MEANS r^f DETERMINING SOIL mfat 
FLO*. 

AD-<«17 206 OIV. 2 

SOILS 

RARE EARTH ELCMCNTS 

DETERMINATION OF RARE AND TRACE 
ELEMENTS IN SOILS. »LANTS AND 
•ATERS. 

A0-ai7 769 OIV. 2 

SOLAM RAO I ATI AN 



TIONS OF A JET WITH A STATIONARY 
ACOUSTIC 40I>RCE. 

AO-417 281 OIV. 29 

SOUND TRANSMISSION 
UNOERWATCR SOUND 

DEVELOPNFNT OF AN ANALOG COMBuTER 
PROGRAM USEH TO GENERATE SOUND RAY 
PATHS AND TO COMPUTE SOUND TRANS- 
MISSION LOS«E$ DOE TO RAY OlVER'iENCF 
ANU ABSORPTION. 

AO-1417 592 OIV. 50 

SPACE BIOLOGY 
RCVIEIS 

SOVIET LITERATURE ON LIFE SUPPORT 
SYSTEMSI BI0SCIENCE5. 

A0-M17 290 OIV. 16 

SPACE CHARGES 
MODULATION 

SPACE-CHARGE MODULATION OF 
CURRENTS In a solid BY ACOUSTIC 
■AVES. 

A0-«17 719 OIV. « 

SPCCIFie NCAT 
HYDROCARBONS 

CALCULATION OF THE SPECIFIC MFATS 
ANO SOUND VELOCITY OF HIGH OENSITY 
METHANE. 

AO-417 642 OIV. 25 

SPECTROPHOTOMETERS 
INTERFEROMETERS 

AN INTE'^rEROMETRIC SPECTROMETERl 
THEORY, OESIGN ANO PEVELOPMENT. 

AO-417 763 OIW. 25 

SPECTROSCOPY 

MICROWAVE OSCILLATORS 

tNVESTIa»TION OF AN ELECTRON RESO- 
NANCE SPECTROMETER UTILIZING A 5rN- 
ERALIZEO FEroBACH MICR0«AVE OSCILLA- 
TOK. 

AD-417 283 OIV. 25 

•MCCH 
ANALYSIS 

SPEECH AM4LYSIS TECHNIOUES. 
AO-417 356 OIV. 5? 

SPCCCM TRANSMISSION 
INTELLIGIBILITY 

ELECTRONIC EVALUATION OF VOICE 
COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS FOR 
INTELLI'lIBILITY. 

AD-417 700 OIV. 5 

SPMCRCS 

MAGNETIC FIELDS 

THE HYOROMAGNETICS OF A SPHERICAL 
CONDUCTOR, 

AO-417 547 OIV. 25 

STABILITY 
THEORY 

STRUCTURF OF NONLINEAR CELLULAR 
SOLUTIONS TO THE BOUSSINESQ EQUATIONS. 
AO-417 255 OIV. Q 

STAINLESS STEfL 
PROCESSING 

evaljatjon of process EMBRITTlE- 
ment relief treatment for flash. 

ELECTROLYTir-ELECTRPLESS NICKEL 
PLATED 4540 STEEL AND H-U TOOL 
STEEL. 

AO-417 223 OIV. 2f 



SOLAR RAOIOFLUX AND UPPER-ATMQSPhERE STaTI STIC AL ANALYSIS 



TEMPERATURE. 

AD-417 461 DIV. 2 

SOLENOIDS 

oesiGN 

DESI3N OF T«0 REGION SOLENOIDS. 
AN INNER SOLENOID PLACED WITHIN THE 
SOME OF A LARGE OUTER SOLENOID. 

AO-417 561 OIV. 25 

SOLID ROCKET PROPELLANTS 
COMBUSTION 

« SUHHARY OF RECENT COMBUSTION 
INSTABILITY RESEARCH IN SOLID ROCKET 
PROPELLANTS AT BALLISTIC RESEARCH 
LABORATORIES. 

AO-417 341 OIV. 10 

SOLID STATE PHYSICS 

RESEARCH PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION 

RESEARCH REPORT ON DYNAMICS OF 
5L0CM ELECTIONS IN SOLIDS. 

AO-417 577 OIV. 25 

SOL 10 STATE PHYSICS 
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH 

SOLID ST*TE RESEARCH. 

AD-417 686 OIV. 25 

SOLIDS 

SEPARATION 

APPARATUS DESCRIBED TO EFFECT EX- 
TRACTION OF BULKY SOLIDS tlTH HOT 
SOLVENTS. 

AO-417 656 OIV. 4 

SOLIDS 

SOLID STATE PHYSICS 

SOLID STATE RESEARCH. 

AO-417 686 OIV. 25 

SOUND 
JETS 

EXPERIMENTAL SOUNO FIELD OISTRIBU- 



GCNETICS 

SOME ASPrCTS OF GENERAL ANO 
SPECIFIC COMBINING ABILITY. 

AO-417 696 01^ 32 

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS 
LINEAR SYSTEMS 

AN INTROPUCTION »0 ESTIMATION 
TMtORY FOR OYNAMICAL SYSTEMS. 

AD-417 777 OW. 15 

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS 
TABLES 

SIMPLE METHODS FOR ANALYZING THRFE- 
FACTOR INTERACTION IN CONTINGENCY 
TABLES. 

AO-417 668 OIV. 15 

STATISTICAL PROCESSCS 
ANALYSIS 

TRANSIENT SOLUTIONS FOR 3-STATE 
DISCRETE TIME haRKOV PROCESSES. 
■ AD-417 221 OIV.- 15 

STATISTICAL PROCESSES 
DECISION MAKING 

MARKOVlA*' DECISION PROCESSES WITH 
UNCERTAIN TRANSITION PROBABILI TTFS 
OR REWARDS. 

AO-417 220 DIV. 15 

STATISTICAL PROCESSES 
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 

TRANSIENT SOLUTIONS FOR 5-STATE 
DISCRETE TI»E MARKOV PROCESSES. 

AO-417 151 DIV. 29 

STATISTICAL PROCESSES 

STATISTICAL DISTRIBUTIONS 

MARKOVIA*- DECISION PROCESSES WITH 
UNCERTAIN TRANSITION PROBABILITIES. 
AO-417 150 OIV. 15 

SrCEL 



BRITTLCNCSS 

EMBRITTLEMENT OF METALS BY 
ORtiANIC LIQUIDS. 

AO-417 257 OIV. 17 

srecL 

COftROtlON 

STRESS-CORROSION CRACKING OF 
HIGH-STRENGTH ALLOYS! FINAL REPORT. 
AO-417 623 OIV. 17 

STEEL 

MATERIAL FORMING 

EXPLOSIVE FORMING OF CLOSURES FOR 
LARGE sriLlD PROPELLANT MOTOR CASESI 
FINAL REPORT. 

AO-417 658 DIV. 27 

STOCHASTIC PROCESSES 

COMBINATORIAL ANALYSIS 

INVESTIGATIONS IN FUNCTIONAL 
ANALYSIS. INTEGRATION IN FUNCTION 
SPACE ANO STOCHASTIC PROCESSES. 

AO-417 491 DIV. 15 

STOCHASTIC PROCESSCS 
DIFFUSION 

A STOCHASTIC ANALYSIS OF FLOWS 
BETWEEN COMPARTMENTS IN A MULTI- 
COMPARTMENT SYSTEM IS PRESENTED. 
AO-417 665 OIV. 15 

STORAGE 
MATERIALS 

PRESERVATION OF MATERIALS BY CON- 
TROLLED HUMIDITY STORAGE. 

AD-417 775 OIV. 26 

COMPREHENSIVE STUDY COVERING THE 
PRESERVATION OF MATERIALS IN CON- 
TROLLED HUMIDITY STORAGE. 

AD-417 776 OIV. 26 

STORAGE BATTERIES 

oesiGN 

APPLIED RESEARCH INVESTIGATION 0* 
SEALED SILVER ZINC BATTERIES. 

AD-417 798 OIV. 7 

STRAIN tAOeS 

HIGH-TEMPERATURE RESEARCH 

MATERIALS FOR USE AS STRAIN GAGES 
AT TEMPERATURES ABOVE 2000 F 11093 rM 
FINAL REPORT. 

AO-417 541 OIV. 50 

STRESSES 
CORROSION 

STRESS-CORROSION CRACKING OF 
HIGH-STRENGTH ALLOYSI FINAL REPORT, 
AO-417 623 OIV. 17 

STRESSES 

MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 

ON THE GFNERATION OF RESIDUAL 
STRESSES In THERMO-VISCOElASTIC BODIES. 
AO-417 914 OIV. 29 

STRUCTURES 

ELCCTROMAGNrTIC SHItLOINt 

PROPOSED SPECIFICATIONS FOR 
ELECTROMAGNETIC SHIELDING OF EN- 
CLOSURES ANO BUILDINGS. EFFECTIVENESS. 
AGAINST PLANE WAVE FIELDS 2 TO lOiOOO 
MC< ANO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS tO <£ 
TO 2 MC. 

AO-417 699 OIV. 13 

SUBMARINES 
WATER WAVES 

WAVES Due TO 

AD-417 516 
SULPISCS 

SYNTHETIC RUBMR 

CHEMICAL RELAXATION TIME OF CROSS- 
LINKED POLYETHYLENE DISULFIDE As A 
FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE AND SUL''UR 
CONCENTRATION AND COMPARISON OF THE 
DATA WITH THAT OBTAINED FOR CROSS- 
LINKED POLYETHYLENE TETRASULFIOE. 
AO-417 258 OIV. |R 

SUPERCONDUCTORS 
ELECTRIC CURRENTS 

CRITICAL CURRENT AND FIELD IN NON- 
IDEAL SUPERCONDUCTORS. 

A0.417 645 OIV. 25 

SUPERSONIC WIND TUNNELS 
LIGHTNING 

SPECTRUM OF THE PROBE GLOW IN A 
SUPERSONIC WIND TUNNEL LIGHTNING 
STORM. 

AD-417 539 OIV. 50 

SWITCHING CIRCUITS 
FEEDBACK 

POSITIVE-FEEOBACKi CLOSEO-LOOP 
POLES IN POSITIVE-NEGATIVE FEEDBACK 
CONTROL SYSTEMSI MASTER'S THESIS. 
AO-417 218 OIV. R 

SYMPOSIA 

ELECTROMAaNETlC SMItLOlNB 

PROCEEDINGS OF SECOND HERO CON- 
GRESSt FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, MAY 1963, 
ON HAZARDS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIA- 
TION TO ORDNANCE. 

AO-417 172 DIV. 8 

SYMPOSIA 
METEORS 

SYMPOSIUM ON ASTRONOMY ANO 



A SUBMERGED BODY. 
DIV. 51 



M-ia 



PHYSICS OF METEORS. 

AO-417 200 OIV. 2 

SYNTHETIC RUBBER 
DEGRADATION 

CAUSES. FFFECTSt ANO PREVENTION 
OF OZONE CRACKING IN ROCKET MOTOR 
M-57E1 5UNA-S RUBBER INTERNAL INSU- 
LATIONI MINtlTEMAN WEAPON SYSTEM. 
AO-417 676 DIV. 14 

•YNTHCTIC RUBBER 
RELAXATION TIME 

CHEMICAL RELAXATION TIME Of CROSS- 
LINKEO POLYETHYLENE DISULFIDE AS A 
FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE AND SULFUR 
CONCENTRATION AND COMPARISON OF THE 
DATA WITH THAT OBTAINED FOR CROSS- 
LINKED POLYETHYLENE TETRASULFIOE. 
AD-417 298 OIV. 14 

TANK VtNTS 

ATMOSPHERIC ELECTRICITY 

INVESTIGATION OF MECHANISMS 
OF POTENTIAL AIRCRAFT FUEL TANK VENT 
FIRES AND EXPLOSIONS CAUSED BY AT- 
MOSPHERIC ELECTRICITYI FINAL REPORT. 
AO-417 246 OIV. 1 

TCLCMfTCRIN« rRANSNITTCRS 
S BANO 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE AN/AKA< I 
MICROWAVE TELEMETRY TRANSMITTER. 
AO-417 387 DIV. 5 

TCLCVtSION RECEIVERS 

RAOIOFREOUENCY INTERFERENCE 

RAOIOFREOUENCY INTERFERENCE FROM 
MIGH POWER EMITTERS TO COMMERCIAL AND 
ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT. 

AD-417 685 DIV. B 

Tf MPCRATURE CONTROL 

CORRECTIONS 11 

FREQUENCY TEMPERATURE COMPENSA- 
TION TECHNIOUES FOR QUART? CRYSTAL 
OSCILLATORS. 

AO-417 697 OIV. 8 

TERMINAL PLI8MT FACILITtCS 
DCSIBN 

OPERATIONAL EVALUATION OF AIRPORT 
RUNWAY DESIGN AND CAPACITY. 

AD-417 202 OIV. 53 

TEST FACILITIES 

HVFERSONtC TEST VEHICLES 

DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF AN 
ARC HEATED HYPERSONIC TUNNEL. 

AO-417 180 OIV. 30 

TEST SETS 
CALIBRATION 

CALIBRATION OF ANDEROMETERS FOR 
MECHANICAL LOADING ANO BEARINGS 
VIBRATION. 

AD-417 773 DIV. 30 

THERMAL INSULATION 

ROCKET MOTORS (SOLID PROPELLANT) 

CAUSES! EFFECTS. AND PREVENTION 
OF OZONE CRACKING IN ROCKET MOTOR 
M-S7E1 BUNA-S RUBBER INTERNAL INSU- 
LATIONI MINUTEMAN WEAPON SYSTEM. 
AO-417 676 OIV. 14 

THERMAL RADIATION 
RADIATION EFFECTS 

RADIOMETRIC MEASUREMENT OF SKIN 
TEMPERATURE CHANGES DURING SIMULATED 
NUCLEAR THERMAL RADIATION. 

AO-417 416 OIV. 20 

TMCRMIONIC CONVERTERS 
CESIUM 

HIGH TEMPERATURE VAPOR-FILLEO 
THERMIONIC CONVERTER MATERIAL EVALUA- 
TION. FABRICATION AND TESTING. 

AD-417 574 OIV. 7 

THERMIONIC CONVERTERS 

THIN FILMS (STORAGE DEVICES) 

A THIN-FILM THERMIONIC CONVERTER. 
AO-417 546 OIV. 25 

THCRMOOYNAMICS 

ENERGY CONVERSION 

APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS AND HEAT 
TRANSFER. 

AD-417 207 OIV. 29 

T»«RNOELECTRieiTY 
COOLING 

THERMOELECTRIC SEMICONDUCTOR COOL- 
ING DEVICES. 

AO-417 409 OIV. 

thermoelectricity 
generators 

thermoelfctric power MOOU 

AO-417 79S DIV. S 

TININB DEVICES 
LABORATORIES 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR FABRICATING A 
OIGltAL LABORATORY TIMER. 

AD-417 426 OIV. 50 

TITANIUM ALLOYS 
CORROSION 

STRESS-CORROSION CRACKING OF 
HIGH-STRENGTH ALLOYSI FINAL RtPORT. 
AO-417 625 DIV. 17 

TITANIUM ALLOYS 



1 

9UUS 



eXPCRINENTAL DATA 

DEVELOPMENT OF TOUGH, HIGH-STRENGTH 
ALPHA-BETA TITANIUM-BASE ALLOYS AT 
240 • 000-260 • 000 PS I YIElO STRENGTH 
LEVELS. 

AO-417 472 DIV. 17 

TITANIUM ALLOYS 
PHASE STUDIES 

FACTORS AFFECTING THE DECOMPOSI- 
TION OF THE INTERMEDIATE PHASE RAMMA 
TI5AL. 

AO-417 590 DIV. 17 

TITANIUM CONFOUNDS 
COMPLEX COMPOUNDS 

MOLECULAR ORBITAL TREATMENT OF 
THE SPECTRUM OF TIFM-31 lONI 
CALCULATION OF ELECTRONIC ENERGY 
LEVELS. 

AO-417 635 DIV. 4 

TOOL STEEL 
PROCESSING 

EVALUATION OF PROCESS EMBRITTLE- 
MENT RELIEF TREATMENT FOR FLASH- 
ELECTROLYTIf-ELECTROLESS NICKEL 
PLATED 4340 STEEL AND H-ll TOOL 
STEEL. 

AO-417 225 OIV. 26 

TOPOCOBY 

TRANSFORMATIONS IHATHCMATICSI 

PRODUCTS OF AUTOMATA ANO THE PROB- 
LEM OF COVERING. 

AO-417 580 DIV. 15 

AN INTROOUCTION TO ESTIMATION 
THEORY FOR OYNAMICAL SYSTEMS. 

AD-417 777 OIV. 15 

TRACKINB 

SATELLITES (ARTIFICIAL) 

RESEARCH IN RADIO PHYSICS. 

AO-417 499 OIV. B 

TRAINING DEVICES 

MAINTENANCE EOUIPHCNT 

DESCRIPTION ANO FUNCTIONAL CHARAC- 
TERISTICS OF CHECKOUT AND MAINTENANCE 
(CAM) TRAINFR USED FOR TRAINING ANO 
AIDING ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE 
PERSONNEL. 

AO-417 417 OIV. 23 

TRANSDUCERS 
PRESSURE 

DEVELOPMENT OF A ZERO TO 2900 PSl 
«> PRESSURE SENSOR HAVING AN OVERALL 
PRECISION OF 1/4 PSI. 

AD-417 198 OIV. 50 

TRANSDUCERS 

THERMOCOUPLfS 

A HEAT FLOW TRANSDUCER IS EVALUATED 
AS A MEANS OF DETERMINING SOIL MEAT 
FLOW. 

AO-417 206 OIV. 2 

TRANIICNTS 
CAPACITORS 

THE EFFECTS OF NETWORK SHAPING 
ANO LOADING ON THE TRANSIENT ANI 
FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF DISTRIBUTED 
RC NETWORKS. 

AO-417 181 DIV. 8 

TRANSIENTS 

ELECTRIC CABLES 

HIGH VOLTAGE SURGE MEASUREMENTS ON 
STRANDED COPPER CONDUCTOR ANO ON 
MAGNETIC Tape WRAPPED STRANDED COPPER 
CONDUCTOR. 

AD-417 379 DIV. 8 

TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIERS 
HANDBOOKS 

HANOROOK OF PREFERRED CIRCUITS! 
NAVY AERONAUTICAL ELECTRONIC EQUIP- 
MENT! SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE CIRCUITS! 
VOL. II. 

AO-417 720 OIV. 8 

TRANSISTORS 
PRODUCTION 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE FOR 
VHFi SILICON POWER TRANSISTORS. 

AO-417 706 OIV. 8 

TRANSMISSION LINES 
RAOIOFREOUENCY POWER 

ULTRA HIGH POWER TRANSMISSION LINE 
TECHNIQUES. 

AO-417 495 OIV. 8 

TRANSHIT-RCCEIve TUBES 
SAS IONIZATION 

KA-BAND CRYSTAL PROTECTOR. 

AO-417 575 OIV. 8 

TRANSPORT PLANES 
MOOIFICATION KITi 

MODIFICATIONS TO ASO WEIGHTLESS 
AIRCRAFT. C-151B SERIAL NUMBER 
55-7B06. 

A0-4t7 «39 OIV. I 

TRIOOCS 

PRODUCTION 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE FOR 
CERAMIC TRIOOE TYPE T486. 

AO-417 256 OIV. 8 

TUNNCL DIOOeS 



NI-13 



SUBMERGED BODY. 
OIV. 5| 



DIV, 17 



SYN - WAV 

FREOUbNCY CONVERTERS 

THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF TUNNEL 
DIODE CONVERTER GIVING SPECIAL AT- 
TENTION TO STABILITY ANO NON-SINUSOT- 
OAL LOCAL OSCILLATOR VOlTaGE WAV- 
SHAPE. 

AU-417 703 DIV. A 

TUNNCL DIOOES 
PROCESSING 

SOLID STATE TUNNEL DEVICES ANO 
ARRAYS CAPABLE OF OPERATION AT 
MICROWATT POWER LEVELS. 

AD-417 247 OIV. 8 

TURBINE WHEELS 
PHOTOCLASTielTY 

RESEARCH ON PHOTOELASTIC STRESS 
ANALYSIS F0» TURBINE DISCS WITH NOTCH 
INFLUENCES. 

AO-417 799 OIV. ?7 

ULTRAHISH FREOUCNCY 
ANTENNAS 

ANTENNA SYSTEMS FOR THE FREQUENCY 
RANGE 50 TO 1000 MC. 

AD-417 138 DIV. B 

ULTRASONIC RADIATION 
EXPERIMENTAL DATA 

EXPERIMENTAL SOUND FIELD DISTRIBU- 
TIONS OF A JET WITH A STATIONARY 
ACOUSTIC SOURCE. 

AD-417 281 OIV. 25 

UNDERWATER OBJECTS 
WATER WAVES 

WAVES DUE TO A 
AO-417 516 
VANADIUM ALLOYS 

PROTECTIVE TREATMENTS 

MIGH-TEMPERATURE OXIDATION PRO- 
TECTIVE COATINGS FOR VANADIUM BA5E 
ALLOYS. 

AO-417 137 
VERBAL BEHAVIOR 
ANALYSIS 

ASSOCIATIVE BEHAVIOR IN NORMAL AND 
SCHIZOPHRENIC CHILDREN. 

AO-417 344 OIV. 28 

VERBAL BEHAVIOR 
TRAINING 

THE TRAINING OF ORIGINAL PROBLEM 
SOLVING BEHAVIORI PINAL REPORT. 

AO-417 483 OIV. 28 

VERY HIGH FREOUCNCY 
ANTENNAS 

ANTENNA SYSTEMS FOR THE FREQUENCY 
RANGE SO TO 1000 MC . 

AO-417 138 OIV. 8 

VERY LOW FREQUENCY 
RECORDING SYSTEMS 

MAGNETIC. TELLURIC CURRENT. ANO 
VLF OBSERVATIONS DURING NUCLEAR TESTS. 
AO-417 491 DIV. ? 

VISCOSITY 
POLYMERS 

THE VISCOSITY ANO FLOW MECHANISM 
OF POLYMERS WITH DISPERSE FILLERS. 
AD-417 482 DIV. 4 

VISION 

PERFORMANCE TESTS 

CORRELATION BETWEEN VISUAL ANO 
AUDITORY VIGILANCE PERFORMANCE. 

AO-417 176 OIV. 16 

VISUAL SIGNALS 
PERCEPTION 

SENSORY ALTERNATION AND PERFORMANCE 
IN A VIGILANCE TASK, 

AO-417 444 OIV. 28 

WARNING SYSTEMS 
DETECTORS 

TACTICAL TEST OF A BRCAKWIRE 
INTRUSION DETECTOR. 

AO-417 688 DIV. 6 

■ATtR SUPPLIES 
RECOVERY 

THE RECOVERY ANO RESTORATION OF 
METROPOLITAtJ WATER WORKS FOLLOWING 
NUCLEAR WAR ATTACK. 

AD-417 240 DIV. 20 

WATER WAVES 

UNDERWATER OBJECTS 

•AVES DUE TO A SUBMERGED BODY. 
AO-417 516 OIV. 51 

WAVCGUIOe WINDOWS 
ANTENNA COMPONENTS 

ANTENNA FINOOWt A TECHNIQUE FOR 
PROPAGATION THROUGH A PLASMA SHEATM. 
AO-417 494 DIV. 8 

■AVCGUIDE WINDOWS 
DCSIBN 

THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL IN- 
VESTIGATION OF METHODS FOR IM- 
PROVING THE AVERAGE POWER TRANS- 
MISSION CAPABILITIES OF HIGH AVERAGE 
POWER MICROWAVE TUflr WINDOWS. 

AO-417 369 DIV. 8 

WAVCBUIOES 
MALPUNC TIONS 

ULTRA HIGH POWER TRANSMISSION LINE 



WAV - XRA 



TECHMIQUeS. 

*0-«17 •55 oiv. n 

■AVCAUIDCS 

0ESI5N CUHVES F0« » CI«CUL»R 
POUtHIZER. 

AO-417 !•« OIV. S 

■ei«HT 

OISTKISUTIOM 

«ir* roncr plant 77 rulSMT *»Tici.e 

««*SS PROPERTIES HEPORT FO* BINfi II 
MISSILE* 73^-781. 

AO-417 285 OIV« 12 

tei«HTLeSSNESS 

PHYSIOL o«y 

THE P»THC»MYSIOL0Sy Of DISUSE AW 
THE PHOBLEM Of PROLONGED •ETSMTLCSS- 
NESSl A REVIES. 

AD-A17 395 OIV. 1« 

■ INO 

MCASUMC^NT 

•INO SHE»R DIFFEPENCES AS HEAS- 
URtO Br AN/rPS-16 RADAR AND AN/SMO- 
IB RA»INSON"E. 

A0-ai7 573 OIV. 2 

UNO TUMNCL MOZZLO 
•ATCR VAPOR 

SPECTRON OF THE PROBE SLO« IN A 
SUPERSONIC PINO TUNNEL LlGHTNlN*? 
STORP. 

AO-417 55» OIV. ■'O 

ItRC 

ORAVlNtt IMACHINC pneccMiNat 

TR»nSl»TION Of FORCISN RFSEAWCH 
ON DRAWING roPPER »IRE IN AN ULTRA- 
SONIC FIELD. 

A0-U17 <i08 OIV. ?t> 

■000 

STRUCTURAL PANTI 

COOPERATIVE MARINE PILING INVESTI- 
GATION! PHASE 2 — PILE ORIVIN'i AT 
PEARL HARBOR. 

A0-«17 175 OIV. 13 

X RATS 

COLOR eCNTtPt 

RADIATION COLORING OF ALKALI HALIDE 
CRYSTALS C0»TAIN1NG SULFATE IONS. 
AO-llT a7» DIV. 25 



M 



Technical 

Abstract 

Bulletin 



1. AIRCRAFT AND FLIGHT 
EQUIPMENT 



AD-OJ 126 
(TISTM/BRW) 



DIv. 1, 10 
OTS price $1 



0. 1J2, 
50 W 



Bureau of Mines, Washington, D. C. 

REVIEW OF FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS OF FLIGHT 

VEHICLE COMBUSTIBLES, SUPPLEMENT 2, 

by Henry E. Perlee, Israel Liebaan and 

Michael G. Zabetakis. Apr 63. i;9p. 

ProJ. 6075. Task 60750^ , 

ASD TR61 278, suppl. 2 Vkic las si f ied report 

Report OB Flight Vehicle Hazard Protection. 

Descriptors; ("Aerospace craft. Hazards), 
("Explosive gases. Aircraft fires), Com- 
bustion, Fires, Air, Hydrogen, Hydrocarbons, 
Mixtures, Flaaes, Flanmabi 1 tty , Flame prop- 
agation. Vapors. Ignition. 



This is 
fire and 
bustible 
aircraft 
theoreti 
geneous 
were obs 
into a 1 
fire abo 
ditions, 
size wer 
AD-417 1 
(TISTP/J 



the thir 

explosi 

s and ot 

and mis 

ca 1 and 

mixtures 

erved in 

ow press 

ve a liq 

the liq 

e found 

6^ D 

P) OTS p 



d in 
on h 
her 
sile 
expe 

in 

ven 
ure 
uid 
uid 
to i 
iv. 
rice 



a series of reports on the 
azards associated with com- 
gases likely to be found in 

systems. It presents 
rimental results on homo- 
air. Two pressure peaks 
ting hydrogen-air mixtures 
atmosphere. When venting a 
pool under the same con- 
regressioa rate and flame 
ncrease. (Author) 

1^ 25 
$2.60 



York. 

OF HIGH-ALTITUDE 

NOT ROTATIONALLY 



Columbia U. , New 

AN INVESTIGATION 

SHAPES WHICH ARE 

Fina 1 rept. , 

by H. H. Bleich, Nay 63, 21p. Rept. 

Contract Nonr26687. ProJ. 211 067 

Unclassified 



BALLOONS OF 
SYMMETRIC. 



no. 



report 



Descriptors: ("Balloons, Aerodynamic con- 
figurations), ("Aerodynamic configurations, 
Determination), ("Asymmetric bodies, Mathe- 
matical analysis). High altitude. Balloon 
equipment, Textiles, Stresses. 



An attempt was mad 
of nonsymmetrical 
assumption that th 
uniaxial state of 
meridians. This a 
was found that thi 
the existence of n 
There is no questi 
occur at inflation 
inflation is uncer 
shear stresses occ 
wind load, such th 

.provide for hoop a 
development of rei 

Ifabrijcs. (Author ) 
AD-417 209 Di 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS pr 



e to 
ba 11 
e ba 
stre 
ttem 
s a s 
on-s 
on t 
, bu 
tain 
ur a 
at i 
nd s 
nfor 



expla in 
oon shap 
1 1 n ma 
ss in th 
pt was u 
sumption 
ymmetr ic 
hat non- 
t the oc 
In an 
t launch 
t seems 
hear str 
ced My la 



the occurrences 
es, using the 
teria 1 is in a 
e direction of the 
asuccessful. It 
does not permit 
ba lloon shapes, 
symmetrical shapes 
currence at partial 
y case, hoop and 
ing, and under 
logical, to 
asses in the future 
r or other new 



T. 1 

ice 110.50 



Air Force Inst, of Tech., Mrigkt-Patterson Air 

Force Base, Ohio. 

SYSTEMS RELIABILITY ENGINEERING IN CRASH 



PROGRAMS: THE QUICK REACTION CAPABILITY, 
by James L. Maybell. Aug 63. 119p. 

Unclassified report 

Master's thesis. 

Descriptors: ("Aviation accidents, Reliabil- 
ity), Effectiveness, Operations, Analysis, 
Data, Statistical analysis. Distribution. 



The p 

f easi 

relia 

progr 

These 

compr 

quant 

ef f ec 

rate 

inclu 

struc 

relia 

costs 

techn 

selec 

where 

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ment 

same 

ef f ec 

size 

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relat 

relia 

Key q 

relia 

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urpose 
bility 
bility 
ams as 

progra 
essed t 
ities. 
tivenes 
data ta 
de QRC 
ted and 
bility 

Engl 
iques a 
ted. I 

data a 
lations 
is 78% 
system, 
tivenes 
of the 
; there 
ively 1 
bility 
uestion 
bility 
red. ( 



of this re 
and advisa 
in the Uni 
related to 
ms are typ 
ime schedu 

Operation 
s are calc 
ken from e 
equipments 

used to d 
based on t 
neering di 
pplicable 
1 lustrativ 
vai labllit 

show that 
as reliabl 
QRC equi 
s by 23$ 
failure ra 
fore, the 
ow. The n 
in the QKC 
s asked by 
applicatio 
Author) 



port 
bilit 
ted S 

eras 
icall 
les a 
al re 
ulate 
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A 
eterm 
otal 
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to th 
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on t 
e as 
pment 
n the 
te da 
conf i 
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prog 

the 
n are 



is to ev 
y of con 
tates Ai 
h progra 
y constr 
nd small 
liabilit 
d from a 
ng USAF 
cost mod 
ine an o 
annual o 
ines and 
ese prog 
mples ar 
mits. R 
he avera 
other eq 
degrade 
average 
ta is re 
dence le 
nd Justi 
ram are 
QRC engi 
Individ 



aluate the 
sidering 
r Force QRC 
ms in general, 
ained by 

production 
y and systems 
ctual failure 
systems that 
el Is coa- 
ptimum 
perating 

estimating 
rams are 
e included 
eliability 
ge QRC equip- 
uipment in the 
s system 

The sample 
latlvely 
vel is 

fication for 
established, 
neer on 
ually 



AD-417 246 Div. 1 
(TISTP/FR) OTS price $13.00 

Lockheed Aircraft Corp., Bnrbank, Calif* 
INVESTIGATION OF MECHANISMS OF POTENTIAL AIR- 
CRAFT FUEL TANK VENT FIRES AND EXPLOSIONS 
CAUSED BY ATMOSPHERIC ELECTRICITY. 
Final rept. 
31 May 63, 173p. 
Contract NASr59 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Aviation fuels, Atmotpherie 
electricity), (PTank vents. Atmospheric 
electricity). Ignition, Atmospheric elec- 
tricity. Air, Lightning, Shock waves. Testa, 
Fires, Explosions. 



A study was conducted to determine t 
mechanisms involved in the ignition 
vapors issuing from a fuel t»nk vent 
ditions of atmospheric electrical ac 
The study included a literature revi 
perimental and analytical investigat 
the mixing of the fuel vent effluent 
bient air for three vent configurati 
ulated flight conditions, (b) the el 
environment in the vicinity of an ai 
ing lightning activity, including me 
of the far field pressures associate 
high energy discharge, (c) a study o 
and flame propagation through channe 
than thj. normal quenching distance u 



he important 
of fuel 

under con- 
tivity. 
ew and ex- 
ion of (a) 

with am- 
ons at sim- 
ectricaL 
rcraft d«r- 
asurements 
d with a 
f ignition 
Is smaller 
sing high 



Division 1 - AIRCRAFT AND FUGHT EQUIPMENT 



energy spark sources, and (d) a study of sim- 
ulated lightning disbharges as to their capa- 
bility of producing flanes capable of propaga- 
ting through a typical fuel vent with and with- 
out a flane arrester. (Author) 



AD-iH7 257 Div. 1 
(TISTA/FRL) OTS price $9.60 

Federal Aviation Agency, Atlantic City, N. J. 

EVALUATION OF THE MAKE OF AN S-58 HELICOPTER. 

Fi nal rept. , 

by Robert H. Ahlers and Nilliam A. Hiering. 

July 63, U. 

ProJ. no. 3A8 011 01V 

Unclasiified report 

Original eontaint color plates: All DDC repro- 
ductions will be in black and white. Original 
nay be seen in DDC Hq. 

Descriptors: ('Helicopters , Wake), Wind, 
Velocity, iBStranentation, Hovering, Helicop- 
ters, Perforaance (Engineering), Flight test- 
ing. Flight paths. Tests, Anenoaeters, Color 
photography. 



AD-417 ^39 Div. 1 
(TISTA/LSK) OTS price $2.60 

Behavioral Sciences Lab., Aerospace Medical Div., 

Nright-Patterson Air Force Base. Ohio. 

MODIFICATIONS TO ASB WEIGHTLESS AIRCRAFT, C-131B 

SERIAL NUMBER 53-7806, 

by Charles W. Sears and Estell P. Bunch. July 63, 

19p. 

AMRL Memo. no. P^l Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Transport planes. Modification 
kits), Maintenance, Aircraft equipnent, 
Weightlessness. 

The Aeronautical Systens Divison has the capabil- 
ity of providing zero and partial G conditions 
for periods up to approximately 25 seconds. Due 
to the type of naneuver flown on these aircraft, 
the C-131B is limited to a maximum of 7000 maneu- 
vers and then retired; hence the original C-131B 
serial number 53-7823 was replaced with another 
C-131B, serial number 53-7806. This memorandum 
outlines the modifications that were accomplished 
on the replacement aircraft and describes equip- 
ment and resources available to the potential 
user. (Author) 



A brief expl 
the ground w 
pound Sikors 
under condit 
Windspeed in 
wake speeds 
lar to the t 
patterns i nd 
color and we 
of wake spee 
occurred dur 
generated by 
the ground q 
hover center 
rapid growth 
tion - and t 
within 20 fe 
speeds produ 
high as thos 
persisted in 
t i me . Also, 
tern toward t 
forward spee 
vortices dri 
speed*. The 
ties upwind 



oratory study of air moTements near 
ithin the wake generated by a 12,000- 
ky S-58 helicopter was conducted 
ions of light and moderate winds, 
strumentation was u:ed to measure 
in a pland approximately perpendicu- 
est site surface wind. The smoke 
uced by the wake were photographed in 
re used as the basis for correlation 
d data. The highest wake velocities 
ing hovering flight. The wake 

the hovering helicopter contacted 
uickly, expanded outward from the 
upon ground contact and exhibited 
- hence rapid wake speed deteriora- 
he spreading portions were contained 
et of the ground. Although the wake 
ced during forward flight were not as 
e produced in hover flight, they 
the air mass for a much greater 
the speed of travel of the wake sys- 
he ground decreases as the helicopter 
d increases. These wakes with their 
fted downwind approximately at wind 
maximum propagation of wake veloci- 
was approximately 85 feet. (Author) 



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Aeronautical Electronic and Electrical Lab 
Air Development Center, Johnsville, Pa. 
DEVELOPMENT OF COOLING SPECIFICATIONS FOR AIR- 
BORNE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS. 
Progress rept. , 

by A. Saltzman. 2 Feb 60, 12p. 
TED Proj. ADC AV4^016 
NADC EL59113 Unclassified report 



Naval 




Concepts, procedures, and technical requirements 
to insure that cooling systems developed into 
electronic equipment for high speed aircraft sys- 
tems will provide optimum effectiveness are de- 
scribed. These could be used as a basis of spec- 
ification development. (Author) 



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National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center, 
Atlantic City . N. J. 

AN ANALYSIS OF REQUIREMENTS FOR DISPLACED THRESH- 
OLD RUNWAY LIGHTING, 

Interim memorandum rept., * 

by Eugene E. Pazera. May 63, I2p. 
ProJ. 421 9R 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Kunways, Approach lights), 
('Airports, Glide-path systems), Aviation 
safety, Night landings. Human engineering. 
Civil aviation. Landing aids. 



Human factors aspects of the problem o 
a runway threshold that has been displ 
the end of the pavement to insure appr 
ance of obstacles are summarized. The 
between the runway dimensions and the 
lighting system, particularly concern! 
dangers of causing low approaches, are 
sidered. If colored edge lights are u 
runway extension that comes before the 
threshold on the landing path, there i 
bility that an approach guidance confl 
arise. Rather than such color coding 
tension, it is recommended that shield 
light fixtures be employed. A simulat 
is recommended: (1) to determine the p 
of occurrence and the magnitude of any 
effect of the guidance conflict; (2) t 
the acceptable tolerance in spacing be 
way threshold and the approach lightin 
and (3) to verify the requirement for 
terminating bar in the approach light 
(Author) 



f lighting 
aced from 
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rel at ion 
approach 
ng potential 

also con- 
sed in the 

displ aced 
s a possi- 
ict will 
of the ex- 
ed edge 
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robability 

adverse 
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tween a run- 
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the red 
system. 



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Applied Psychology Corp., Arlington, Va. 

PILOT JUDGMENTS OF AIRCRAFT RANGE AND RELATIVE 

ALTITUDE: GROUND-TO-AIR AND AIR-TO-AIR 

OBSERVATIONS. 

June 62, 1v. Technical rept. nos. 10 and 11 

Contract FAA/BUD1 27 

Unclassified report 



V 



ASTRONOMY, GEOPHYSICS AND GEOGRAPHY - Divisio^t 2 



Descriptors: ('Pilots, Visual signals), 
(•Flight paths. Visual inspection), ("Aircraft, 
Navigation), Aviation safety. Height finding. 
Spade perception. Air-to-air, Surface-to-air, 
Effectiveness, Tests, Evasion, Training, 
Night flight. Applied psychology. 
Determination. Ij 



Two studies were 
accuracy with wh 
and relative alt 
servers made nea 
mates, and three 
to-air estimates 
were used, and f 
allow examinatio 
altitude estimat 
range, true alti 
ing in estimatin 
by the method of 
indicate that th 
•'close'' aircra 
they actually ar 
closer than they 
timating range t 
overestimates to 
safe' • toward ' ' 
tive-altitude es 
degrees above th 
difficult than t 
(Author) 



conducted to approximate the 
ich pilots can estimate range 
itude of aircraft. Six ob- 
rly 5800 groung-to-air esti- 

observers made nearly 500 air- 
Two sizes of target aircraft 
light patterns were arranged to 
n of the effects of range and 
es of such variables as true 
tude, aircraft size, and train- 
g. Training in this study was 

Knowledge of Results. Data 
ere is some tendency to estimate 
ft as being farther away than 
e and distant aircraft as being 

actually are. Training in es- 
ends to shift the errors from 

underestimates, or from ''un- 
safe'' Judgments. Night rela- 
timates of aircraft within 5 
e observer's altitude were m 
hose at other viewing angles 



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Beech Aircraft Corp.. Wichita, 

PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT — MODEL 

ING STORE. 

Interim rept. no. 38. 1 July-20 Aug 63, 

by C. V. Lassmann. 29 Aug 63, 7p. Rept 

Contract N0w60 0060 

Unclassified report 



REFUEL- 



no. 4821 



Descriptors: ("Refueling in flight. External 
stores). Flight testing. Jet fighters. 



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2. ASTRONOMY, GEOPHYSICS AND 
GEOGRAPHY 



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lectr ic Co. , 



Space Sciences Lab., General El 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

THE CHEMICAL KINETICS OF ATMOSPHERIC 

DEIONIZATION, 

by M. H. Bortner. Mar 63, 88p. Scientific rept. 

2 

Contract AF19 604 8820, ProJ. 8653, Task 865302 

AFCRL 63 848 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Atmosphere, Ionization), 
Ionization, Dissociation, Recombination reac- 
tions. Ions, Electrons. i 

The chemical kinetics of the atmosphere deter- 



mines its composition a||^(i changes therein. This 
is true in the case of'^an abnormally highly 
ionized atmosphere such as that existing after a 
nuclear burst. This study is directed toward the 
understanding of the chemical kinetics of such an 
atmosphere. The reaction mechanisms and rates 
have therefore been studied in detail. The ef- 
fect of various combinations of reactions on 
composition has been considered and is discussed. 
The rates of the individual reactions and the 
available data on these rate constants have been 
investigated. Considering the large uncertain- 
ties in the values of many of the rate constants 
and the importance of each of the individual re- 
actions, suggestions are made of reactions which 
are most in need of further investigation. A 
summary of recommended values for the rate con- 
stants is given. (Author) 



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Air Force Cambridge Research Labs., Bedford, 
Mass. 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUM ON THE ASTRONOMY 
AND PHYSICS OF METEORS HELD AT SMITHSONIAN 
ASTROPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY, CAMBRIDGE, MASSA- 
CHUSETTS, 28 AUGUST-1 SEPTEMBER 1961. 
May 62, 314p. 
AFCRL 62 497} GRP 75 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Symposia, Meteors), ("Meteors, 
Astronomy), Physics, Radar, Ionization, Radar 
echo areas. Electromagnetic wave reflections. 
Radio signals, Micrometeorology , Cosmic ray 
bursts. Distribution, Density, Asteroids, 
Luminescence, Wake, Emissivity, Measurement, 
Upper atmosphere. 



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Air Force Cambridge Research Labs., Bedford, Matt. 

ATMOSPHERIC STRUCTURE AND ITS VARIATIONS IN THE 

LOWER THERMOSPHERE, 

by Kenneth S. W. Champion. June 63, 20p. 

AFCRL Rept. no. 63 873 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Atmosphere models. Electron 
density), ("Ionosphere, Density), Measurement, 
Satellites (Artificial), Drag, Spheres, Rockets, 
Accelerometers , Experimental data. Scattering, 
Chemicals, Ionization, Physical properties, 
Atmosphere temperature. Particles. 

This is a report prepared for the intermediate 
altitude region (the lower thermosphere, lying 
between about 100 and 200 km). This region dif- 
fers considerably from the lowest one, in which 
the volume of data makes statistical methods of 
analysis appropriate. For the highest region, a 
considerable amount of satellite data is available 
and the behavior of the atmosphere is reasonably 
well understood. Some rocket data is available 
for the lower thermosphere, but most of the meas- 
uring instruments are experimental and a major 
part of the data analysis consists in studying 
the physics of the various corrections or calibra- 
tion factors required. At the upper end of the 
altitude regime some satellite data is available. 
New density data includes the results from flights 
of two types of falling spheres, results from the 
diffusion of chemical clouds, and data from drag 
effects on three satellites with perigee altitudes 
near 200 km. The satellite data indicates a de-o 
pendence of density on the value of the magnetic 
A sub p index. Otherwise, the data shows more 
variation with the method of measurement and data 
reduction than actual variation of the atmosphere. 
(Author) 



Division 2 - ASTRONOMY, GEOPHYSICS AND GEOGRAPHY 



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Texas A. and M. Coll., College Station. 

AN EVALUATION OF HEAT FLOW TRANSDUCERS AS A MEANS 

OF DETERMINING SOIL HEAT FLOW. 

by Barney L. D. King. Aug 63, A6p. 

Contract DA36 039AMC02195(E) 

Unclassified report 

Master's thesis. 

Descriptors: ("Heat transfer. Soils), (♦Soils, 
Heat transfer), ("Transducers, Thermocouples), 
Albedo (Astronomy), Thermodynamics, Micro- 
■eteorology. Measurement theory. 



Astrof izicheskiy Institut. 
65. 1962. 



Trudy, v. 3, pp. 62- 



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Ohio State U., Columbus. 

THE STANDAHD BASE LINE AND AN INVESTIGATION OF 
HEADING ACCURACY IN BASE LINE MEASUREMENT WITH 
INVAR WIRES, 

by William Henry Carpenter, Jr. 19.63, 72p. 

Unclassified report 

Master thesis. 

Descriptors: (*Geodesics, Surveying), 
(•Interferometers, Geodesies), (»Distance 
measuring equipment. Wire), Calibration, 
Nickel alloys. Chromium alloys. Surveying. 

Contents — Introduction: Purpose of the 
standard base line; Uses of the standard base 
line. History Of The Standard Base Line; 
Nummela standard base line; Buenos Aires 
standard base line; Loernermark standard base 
line; Munich standard base line; Portugal 
standard base line. Measurement Of The Standard 
Base Line: The Vaisala light interference 
comparator; Method of base line measurement. 
The North American Standard Base Line: Estab- 
lishment of a standard base line; Selection of 
site; Proposed sites for the standard base 
line. Investigation of Reading Accuracy in Base 
Line Measurement with Invar Wires. 

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Aerospace Information Div., Washington, D. C. 

PHOTOELECTRIC SELF-RECORDING DAY-SKY PHOTOMETER 

AND INDICATRIX OF THE SCATTERING OF LIGHT IN THE 

EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE, INCLUDING SMALL ANGLES OF 

SCATTERING. , 

5 Aug 63. 5p. 

AID Rept. no. T63 104. Unclassified report 

Trans, from Akademiya nauk Kazakhskoy SSR. 



Descriptors: (*Sky brightness, Recording 
systems), (•Photometers, Automatic), Reflec- 
tion, Scattering, Light. Atmosphere, Measure- 
ment, Photoelectric effect. Amplifiers, 
Photomu 1 t ipl ier s , Optical equipment, Solar 
radiation . 



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15 



Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wis. 

THE STUDY OF HYDROMAGNETIC PROBLEMS BEARING ON 

GEOMAGNETISM. 

Final rept . , 

by S. Chandrasekhar . 1 Jan 62, ^Op. 

Contract AF19 60^ 20i^6 

AFCRL Rept. no. 62 1075 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Abstracts, Terrestrial 
magnetism), ( *Bi b 1 i ogr aphies , Terrestrial 
m^'^iTet i sm) , (*Magnetohydrodynamics, Biblio- 
graphies), Hydrodynamics, Thermodynamics, 
Plasma physics, Mathematical analysis. 
Stability. 1 



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Air Weather Service, Scott Air Force Base, 111. 
TERMINAL FORECAST REFERENCE FILE. PART 3. 
June 63, 15p. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Meteorological charts. Atmos- 
phere temperature), (•Meteorological param- 
eters. Records), Climatology, Wind. Baro- 
metric pressure. Temperature, Weather fore- 
casting. Atmospheric precipitation. Visibility, 
Cloud cover. 

Data taken from the Uniform Summary of Weather 
Observations for the period Jan. 1953 through 
Dec. 1962 except for the absolute maximum and 
absolute minimum temperatures, which were for 
the period Nov. 1939 through Dec. 1962. (Author) 

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Air Force Cambridge Research Labs., Bedford, 

Mass. 

MESOSPHERIC WINDS FROM 23 SUCCESSIVE HOURLY 

SOUNDINGS, 

by Robert W. Lenhard, Jr. and John B. Wright. 

July 63, 81p. 

Proj . 6682 

AFCRL 63 836 Unclassified report 

Descriptors; (•Atnosphere, Sounding rockets), 
(•Atmospheric sounding. Wind), (•Atmospheric 
tides. Measurement), Meteorological radar. 
Radar tracking. Balloons, Atmosphere models. 
Velocity, Diurnal variations. Stratosphere, 
Experimental data. Errors, Tables, Spheres, 
Falling bodies. Harmonic analysis. Oscilla- 
tion, Meteorological balloons. Meteorological 
phenomens . 

Wind information between 30 and 70 km was ob- 
tained from 23 successive hourly rocket sound- 
ings. The sensor was a 1-m mylar balloon (ROBIN) 
tracked by FPS-I6 radar. Equations for the com- 
ponent wind speed are developed from the basic 
equations of motion of the balloon and appropri- 
ate simplifications. The balloon velocities and 
accelerations froa which winds are derived are 



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Lakont Geological Observatory, Palisades, N. Y. 
GEOMAGNETIC OBSERVATIONS ON FLETCHER'S ICE IS- 
LAND - T-# APRIL 18 TO SEPTEMBER 11, 1961, 
by James C. G. Walker. July 63, 15p. Scientific 
rept. no. 6 

Contract AF19 604 7442, Proj. 7628, Task 762805 
AFCRL 63 615 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Magnetic fields. Measurement), 
(•Geophysics, Polar region). Magnetometers, 
Magnetism, Tables, Diurnal variations. Intens- 
ity, Solar disturbances. 

Values of the total intensity of the geomagnetic 
field are presented. The measurements were made 
in the Arctic Ocean at latitude 72 degrees N, 
longitude 1 60 degrees W. The mean daily varia- 
tion is given for quiet, disturbed, and all days, 
(Author) 



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Geophysical Inst., U. of Alaska, College. 

MAGNETIC, TELLURIC CURRENT, AND V LF OBSERVATIONS 

DURING THE -FISH BOWL- TESTS OF 1962, 

Special rept., 

by Keith B. Mather and Eugene N. Wescott. Jan 63, 

Iv. Rept. no. UAG R14O 

Contract AF19 604 6180, Proj. $653 

AFCRL 63 305 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Nuclear explosions. High al- 
titude), (•Magnetic fields. Nuclear reactions), 
(•Very low frequency, Recording systems). 
Magnetism. Magnetometers, Oscillation, Records, 
Intensity, Noise, Electroaagaet ic waves. Back- 
ground, Electrodes, Instruaeitat ion. 

This paper describes results obtained with 
magnetic, telluric current, and 5 KC VLF equip- 
ment in Alaska, New Zealand and Shepherd Ray in 
Canada, during Johnston Island nuclear tests. 
Simultaneous conjugate data were obtained at 
Oamaru, N.Z. AND Cold Bay, Alaska. The detona- 
tions caused initial field oscillations of 2.5 - 
3 sec. period followed by longer period oscilla- 
tions. (Author) 



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Ionosphere Research Lab., Pennbylvania State U. , 

University Park. 

SOLAR RADIOFLUX AND UPPER-ATMOBPHERE TEMPERATURE, 



by M. Nicolet. 1 Oct 63, 44p. Scientific rept. 
no. 195 

Contract AF19 604 ^563, Proj. 8605, Task 860502 
AFCRL 63 844 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Atmospheric teaperature. Upper 
atmosphere), (•Solar radiation, Ataosphere), 
Density, Ultraviolet radiation, Sunspots, 
Heating, Air, Solar flares. Solar spectrua. 
Ultrahigh frequency. Superhigh frequency. 
Tables, Oscillation, Cooling, Ataosphere 
models, X rays. 



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Rome U. (Italy). 

IONIC MOBILITY IN COLD PLASMAS. 

Final technical rept., 1 Dec 61-31 Nor 62, 

by G. Careri. 31 Nov 62, I8p. 

Contract DA91 591EUC2031 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Ions, Helium), Helium, 
Liquefied gases. Electric fields. Velocity, 
Rotation, Motion, Ionization chambers. 

Investigation of the properties of ions in liquid 
helium, and the use of helium ions in experi- 
ments on the rotation of liquid helium are 
discussed. All the work was carried out at tem- 
peratures in the helium II region, that is below 
2.19 K. The behaviour of the positive and 
negative ions and thei r' interact i on with their 
solvent was studied through measurements of the 
mobility at various temperatures and applied 
electric fields. The experiments on rotating 
liquid helium are described and are grounded on 
the study of the space charge effect of a beam 
of negative charges. (Author) 



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Aray Electronics Research and Development 

Activity, White Sands Missile Range, Id. Mex. 

AN ANALYSIS OF WIND SHEAR DIFFERENCES AS MEASURED 

BY AN/FPS-16 RADAR AND AN/GMD-1B RAWINSONOE, 

by Roy E. Sandlin, Jr. Aug 63. 24p. 

Task 1 A 11001 B 021 10 

AERDA 68 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Wind. Measurement). High alti- 
tude. Measurement, Radiosondes, Radar reflec- 
tors. Radar tracking. 

Wind shear in the lower 35.000 feet (11 ka) of 



Division 3 - CHEMICAL WARFARE EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS 
Division 4 - CHEMISTRY 



the atno 
16 radar 
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the 1962 
Range, N 
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AN/GMD~1 
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(Author) 



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AD-417 691 Div. 2 

(TISTP/FR) OTS price $2.60 



Aerospace Corp., Los Angeles, Calif. 

COmiENTS ON GEODYNAMIC CONSTANTS. 

by Roaan K. C. Johns. 19 Aug 63, 18p. Rept. no. 

TDR269 ^550 10 1 

Contract AFO4 695 269 

SSD TDR63 208 Unclassified report' 

Descriptors: (•Satellites (Artificial), Gravi- 
ty), Earth, Orbital trajectories, Drag. 



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AD-417 769 Div. 2, 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $5.60 

Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systeas Coaaand, 

Nr ight-Pa tterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

DETERMINATION OF RARE AND TRACE ELEMENTS IN 

SOILS, PLANTS AND NATERS. 

by T. F. Borovik-Roaanova , and Yu. I. Belyayev. 

25 Apr 63. 50p. 

FTD TT63 280 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Soils, Rare earth eleaents), 
(*Rare earth eleaents, Deteraina t ion ) , Plants, 
Mater, Saapling, Furnaces, Solutions, Inorganic 
coapounds. Hydrochloric acid, Aaaoniua coa- 
pounds. Salt, Spectrua analysis, SpectroscoVy , 
Cesiua, Lithiua, Rubidiua, Bariua, Strontium, 
Biiautb, Molybdenum, Berylliua, Cadaiua, 
Gadoliniua, Geraaniua, Hafnium, Lead, Molyb- 
denua. Niobium, Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten, 
Zinc, Zirconium. 



AD-^17 783 
(TISTP/MFA) 



Div. 2 
OTS price $8.10 



Ohio State U., Colnabus. 

OE GRAAF-HUNTEB 'S MODEL EARTH ANOMALIES, 
by David Narren Saunders. 1963, 75p. 
Contract AF23 601 35^9, Proj . H1 1 

Unclassified report 

Master's thesis. 



Descriptors: ('Geodesies, Earth models), 
Theory, Gravity, Terrain, Surface, Earth, 
Tables, Mapping, Height finding. 

Several new theori'es on geodesies have been 
advanced. One of these. The Model Earth with 
Smoothed Topography, proposed by J. de Graaff- 
Hunter, is the object of this thesis. The 
author attempts to do the following: (I) Explain 
the Model Earth theory. (2) Deaonstrate a 
coaputational method for; (a) the model earth 
elevations, and (b) the model earth gravity 
anomaly. (3) Analyze the relationship between 
and compare the model earth anomaly with an 
isostatic anomaly and two types of free air 
anomalies (reduced to mean elevation rather than 
to the geoid). (i^) Draw any legitimate con- 
clusions which may be found in the body of the 
thesis. (Author) 

3. CHEMICAL WARFARE 
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS 

No Entries 

4. CHEMISTRY 



AD-^17 216 
(TISTM/EJH) 



Div. k 
OTS price $3, 



60 



Nashington State U. , Pullaan. 

THE MEASUREMENT OF SHORT TRANSIENTS IN A FUSED 

SALT ELECTROLYTIC REACTION, 

by Richard Andrew de la Veaga. 1963, 27p. 

Unclassified report ' 

Master's thesis. 

Descriptors: ('Electrolysis, Sodium compounds), 
(•Electrodes, Electrolysis), ('Salts, Electrol- 
ysis), ('Sodium compounds, Electrolysis), Elec- 
tric potentials. Electrochemistry, Hydroxides, 
Radioactive isotopes. Anodes (Electrolytic 
cells). Carbon, High temperature research, 
Melting. 



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AD-^17 325 Div. k, 20 
(TISTH/AHS) OTS price $1.10 

Gates and Crellin Labs, of 
Inst, of Tech., Pasadena. 
THE PROTON NMR SPECTRUM OF 
BUTANONE, 

by Kenneth L. Servis and John 
6p. Technical rept. no. 25 
Contract Nonr22026, Proj. NR055 388 

Unclassified 



Chemistry, Calif. 
2,2-DIBROMOCYCLO- 

D. Roberts. Aug 63, 

report 



CHEMISTRY - Division 4 



Descriptors: (•Organic compounds. Nuclear 
magnetic resonance), Cycloalkap^es , Carbonyl 
group, Broaides, Protons. 



AD-417 326 Div. U, 25 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $1.10 



Gates and Crellin Labs, of Chemistry, Calif. 

Inst, of Tech, Pasadena. 

THE DEGENERATE COPE REARRANGEMENT OF TRICYCLO 

3.3.1.0A.6 N0NA-2.7-DIENE-9-0NE. 

by Joseph B. Laabert. Aug 63, 6p. Technical 

rept. no. 26 

Contract Nonr220 26, Proj. NR055 388 

Uaclassified report 

Detcriptorii (•Oroanic coapounds. Nuclear 
aagnetic resonance;, Cycloa Ikanes , Polycyclic 
coapounds. Molecular structure. 



AD-417 327 Div. K, 25 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $1.10 



Clin Mathieaon Chemical Corp., New Haven, Conn. 

THE STRUCTURE OF ISOCARBORANE. 

by Hansjuergen Schroeder and Georye D. Vickers. 

Aug 63. 3p. Technical rept. no. 19 

Contract Nonr339500, Proj. NR356 431 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Organic coapounds, Molecular 
structure). (•Organoboranes, Nuclear aagnetic 
resonance). Molecular isoaerisn. Nuclear aag- 
netic resonance. Crystal structure. 



AD-417 348 Div. 4. 25 
(TISTM/ODN) OTS price $1.10 

Birainghaa U. (Gt. Brit.). 

MICRONAVE SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES OF MOLECULES, 

by J. Sheridan. 18 July 63. 9p. 

Grant AF E0R62 1 

AFOSR 5270 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Microwave spectroscopy. Organic 
compounds), ('Organic compounds. Microwave 
spectroscopy). Absorption spectrum, Aliphatic 
compounds, Alkynes, Halogenated hydrocarbons. 
Molecules, Dipole moments, Orfjanic nitrogen 
coapounds. Microwave frequency. 

A suamary is given of the progress of microwave 
spectroscopic studies of the properties of 
several molecules in the period 1 January 1962 to 
31st Dec. 1962. Approximately 180 absorption 
lines were measured for acetyl acetylene, fifty 
of which were assigned to give accurate rota- 
tional constants. A preliminary analysis was 
made of the splittings due to internal rotation 
of the methyl group. Nork was begun ^on deuter- 
ated species of this substance. Preliminary 
values of the a- and b-components of the dipole 
moment were obtained. About 100 lines were meas- 
ured for tr i f luoroethy lene , and work on a tenta- 
tive assignment was begun. Preliminary work on 
the linear molecules iodo-cyanoacet ylene and 
bromo-cyanoacet ylene was also initiated in the 
period covered. (Author) 



AD-417 482 



Div. 



(TISTM/AM) OTS price Jl. 60 

Redstone Scientific jinformati 
Arsenal, Ala. I 



on 



Center, Redstone 



R 

A 

THE VISCOSITY AND FLOW MECHANISM OF POLYMERS WITH 

DISPERSE FILLERS, 

by G. M. Bartenev and N. V. Zakharenko, tr. by 

Ingeborg V. Baker. 2 Sep 63, l6p. 

RSIC Rept. ao. 51 Unclassified report 



Trans, from Kolloidnyi Zhurnal, 24:1, pp. 121- 
127, 1962. 

Descriptors: (•Polymers, Viscosity), (•Viscos- 
ity, Polymers), Equations, Carbon black. 
Rubber, Synthetic rubber. Butyl rubber. 

The basic practical value of introducing dis- 
persed fillers into polymeric materials is 
their strengthening effect, strongly evident 
particularly in carbon black filled raw rubber, 
the durability of which drastically increases in 
comparison with pure raw rubber. In this connec- 
tion much effort has been devoted to clarifying 
the structures of active fillers in raw rubber 
mixtures and the physi cochemi cal causes of the 
strengthening effects. (Author) 



AD-417 524 Div. 4, 1, 2 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $7.60 

MSA Research Corp., Cnllery, Pa. 

HYDROGEN GENERATION FOR HIGH ALTITUDE BALLOONS. 
Rept. no. 4 (Final), 1 July 62-30 June 63. 
by W. J. Carter and M. J. McGoff. 3 Sep 63. 75p. 
Rept. no. MSAR63 109 

Contract DA36 039sc90699, DA Proj. 3M36 21 004 02 
Unclassified report 

Descriptors; ('Hydrogen, Meteorological 
bnlloons). (•Meteorological balloons, Hydro- 
gen). (•Gas-generating systeas. Hydrogen). 
High altitude. Sodium compounds. Hydrides, 
Boron coapounds, Borides, Aluminum compounds. 
Design, Sped f icnt i ons , Life expectancy. 
Storage, Safety, Gases, Human engineering, 
Tests, Catalysts, Model (Simulations). Cost, 
Calciua coapounds. Data, Military requirements. 

A study and experimental program resulted in the 
design, fabrication and supply of a Hydrogen 
Generator (Development Model) and NaBH4 and 
NaAlH4" charges for use by the Army to fill high 
altitude balloons. A maximum of 270 SCF of 99$ 
quality H2 can be produced within 30 minutes 
through the reaction of either six NaBH4 or six 
NaAlH4 charges with H20. Each charge produces 
45 SCF of H2. Prinary emphasis of investigation 
was placed on NaBH4 and NaAlH4. The ease with 
which the NaAlH4 charge can be used in either 
generator and its anticipated low unit cost, 
$5.00/lb at production capacities of over 50,000 
Ib/yr. makes it more attractive than NaBH4. Hy- 
drogen evolutions from NaBH4 are affected by 
water temperature, require a catalyst and a 
closed system to contain the foam and prevent 
the escape of H2 to the atmosphere. (Author) 



AD-417 633 Div. 4, 25 

(TISTM/ODN) OTS price $2.60 , 

North Carolina U. , Chapel Hill. 

A MOLECULAR ORBITAL TREATMENT OF THE SPECTRUM OF 

TiF6(3-). 

by Helen D. Bedon, Sally M. Horner, and S. Y. 

Tyree, Jr. 1 Sep 63, 21p. Technical rept. no. 12 

Contract NoBr85505. Task 052 371 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Complex compounds. Atomic 
energy levels), ('Atomic orbitals. Complex 
compounds), ('Titanium compounds. Complex 
compounds). Fluorides, Chemical bonds. Am- 
monium coapounds. Ions, Sodiua compounds, 
Potassium compounds. Configuration, Optical 
phenomena. Functions, Theory, Ionization, 
Valence, Atomic properties, Molecular prop- 
erties. Electrons. 

Electronic energy levels for complex TiF6(-3) 
ions have been calculated using a molecular 



Division 5 - COMMUNICATIONS 



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AD-AI? 656 Div. U 
(TISTE/AAH) GTS price |1.10 

School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force 

Base, Tex. 

APPABATUS FOR REPEATED AUTOMATIC EXTRACTION OF 

POROUS SOLIDS WITH HOT SOLVENT, 

by Dale A. Clark. June 63, ^p^ 

Task 775301 

SAM B TDR63 U2 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Solids, Separation), Solvents, 
Laboratory equipment. Chromatographic analysis. 
Automatic, Porous materials. Condensers, 
Cool ing. Coils . 



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AD-417 705 Div. U, 25 
(TISTM/AM) OTS price $8.60 

General Dynamics, Kort North, Tex. 
ELECTRON-SPIN MAGNETIC RESONANCE OF FREE-RADICAL 
INTERMEDIATES IN GAMMA-IRRADIATED HYDROCARBONS, 
by J. A. Staples. 12 Apr 63, 93p. Kept. no. 
NARF63 iVT; MR N299 
Contract AF33 657 7201 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Radiation chemistry. Hydro- 
carbons). (•Hydrocarbons, Radiation chemistry). 
Free radicals, Electrons, Spin, Resonance. 
Alkenes, Gararaa rays. Isotopes, Cobalt, Test 
methods. Waxes, Gamma-ray spectra. Theory, 
Atomic energy level. Test equipment. Tables, 
Data. 



Results of a 
of the electr 
of gamma-irra 
presented. T 
selected alka 
alkanes , and 
and resonance 
77 K, Spectr 
ident if icatio 
ble for the o 
tural interpr 
cal species r 
c arbon-carbon 
cifle. These 
evaluation of 
spectra from 



study of the character and origin 
on-spin magnetic-resonance spectra 
dialed hydrocarbon compounds are 
he compounds examined include 
nes, alkenes, alkynes. branched 
cycloparaf f ins. All irradiations 

measurements were performed at 
al analysis was directed toward 
n of the chemical species responsi- 
bserved hyperfine patterns. Struc- 
etation was confined to free-radi- 
esulting from carbon-hydrogen and 

bond scission in the parent mole- 
results are incorporated into an 

the current status of free-radical 
irradiated hydrocarbons. (Author) 



5. COMMUNICATIONS 



AD-417 136 DiT, 5 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $.75 

Harry Diamond Labs., Washington, D. C. 

A MINIATURE TUNABLE SHORT-WAVE RECEIVER, 

by Edwin H. Harrison, Jr. and George R. Yetter. 

U Aug 63, 29p. 

Proj. 96300 

HDL TR1160 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Radio receivers. Miniature 
electronic equipment), (•Miniature electronic 
equipment. Radio receivers). Performance 
(Engineering), Tuned circuits. Processing, 
Resistors, Plating, Printed circuits. 
Transformers, Variable capacitors, Sensitivity, 
Tuning devices. 



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AD-il17 196 Div. 5 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $3.60 

National Bureau of Standards, Boulder. Colo. 
PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF UHF AIR-TO-GROUND PROPAGA- 
TION MEASUREMENTS, 

by Albrecht P. Barsis. July 63, I6p. 
Pro . 63 313 

ESD TDR63 422 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Radio transmission, Air-to- 
surface), (•Propagation, Ultrahigh frequency). 
Measurement, Airborne, Aircraft, Attenuation, 
Radio signals. Terrain, Flight paths. 
Reflect ion. 

The National Bureau of Standards is engaged in a 
measurement program of transmissions in the UHF 
band, which originate from airborne transmitters 
at a nominal altitude of 23,000 ft above east 
central Indiana. Several receiving stations 
within and slightly beyond the radio horizon are 
used. The data are being analyzed to show long- 
and short-term transmission loss variations over 
these paths including estimates of the effects of 
the flight pattern of the transmitting aircraft 
on the character of the received signal. Initial 
results show that long-term variability of basic 
transmission loss as measured by percentile 
ranges of hourly or daily medians is essentially 
in agreement with predictions. The absolute re- 
ceived signal levels, however, are mostly below 
free-space values for the distances concerned, 
necessitating detailed terrain analyses along the 
paths in order to arrive at an appropriate prop- 
agation model. The character of short-term fading 
at the various receiving sites depends quite 
markedly on the direction of the flight pattern 
axis. Maximum fading range is observed for the 
Milwaukee receiving station, where Lake Michigan 
constitutes an almost ideal reflecting surface. 
(Author) 



COMMUNICATIONS - Division 5 



AD-417 230 . Div. 5 

(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $9.10 

New York U. Coll. of Engineering, N, Y. 

CUMULATIVE DECISION TECHNIQUES FOR ERROR-FREE 

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, 

by J. J. Metzner and K. C. Morgan. I5 July 63, 

1v. Technical rept. no. 400 82; Scientific rept. 

no. 14 

Contract AFI9 604 6168, Proj. 46IO, Task 461003 

AfCRL Rept. no. 63 330 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Pulse communication systems. 
Digital systems), (•Errors, Pulse communication 
systems), (•Digital systems. Errors), Effec- 
tiveness, Communication theory. Feedback, 
Probability, Coding. .r 

Efforts concerned the exploration of practicable 
methods by which the efficiency of error-free, 
fail-safe, digital communication systems operat- 
ing over real channels can be raised to yield 
information rates closer to channel capacity. 
Emphasis was on cumulative decision techniques. 
A feedback policy is described which makes the 
system completely compatible with the cumulative 
process. Several useful cumulation methods are 
considered and analyzed, including systems em- 
ploying binary, null-zone, and continuous-level 
reception. Some numerical results are presented 
of certain characteristics of two of the pro- 
posed cumulation methods, in order to substan- 
tiate and shed further light on portions of the 
analysis. An overall system performance calcu- 
lation is also included. (Author) 



AD-417 232 Div. 5, 8 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $2.60 

Rome Air Development Center, Q^Mttiit Air Force 

Base, N. Y. 

ON THE APPLICATION OF SOME DIGITAL SEQUENCES TO 

COMMUNICATION. 

Final rept., 

by Jack Keil Wolf. Aug 63, 15p. 

Proj . 4519, Task 451903 

RADC TDR63 314 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Communication systems. Digital 
systems), (•Electric filters, Digital systems), 
(•Digital systems. Electric filters), Statisti- 
cal functions. Sequences, Linear systems. Non- 
linear systems, Analysis, Bandwidth, Delay 
circuits . 

The effects are discussed of filtering a random 
binary sequence with certain finite memory, lin- 
ear and nonlinear filters. The statistical prop- 
erties of the filtered sequence are considered. 
In the analysis of linear and lonlinear systems, 
no new techniques are presented. Instead, stand- 
ard methods of analysis are used to obtain some 
new results which have potential applications in 
communication systems. (Author] 



AD-417 387 
(TISTE/JWS) 



Div. 5, 8, 6, 
OTS price $2.50 



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Radio Receptor Div., General liktrument Corp. 

Hlcksville, N. Y, 

TRANSMITTER GROUP AN/AKA( ), il 

by Harvey Camer. 1 Apr 63, 96)^1 

Contract AF33 600 40955, Proj. 4107. Task 410717 

ASD TDR63 402 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Telemetering transmitters, S- 
band). Frequency modulation, Badiof requency 
amplifiers. Power amplifiers. Frequency multi- 
pliers, Varactor diodes, Radlof requency oscil- 
lators. Power supplies. Tests, Test equipment 
(Electronics) . 



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AD-417 486 Div. 5 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.60 



South Carolina U. , Columbia. 

MULTIPLE INTERNAL REFLECTIONS IN DIELECTRIC 

PRISMS. 

Final rept., 1 Apr 62-30 May 63, 

by R. G. Fellers. 31 Aug 63, 7p. 

Grant AF AF0SR62 315 

AFOSR Rept. no. 5281 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Electromagnetic wave reflec- 
tions. Microwave frequency), (»Mlcrowave fre- 
quency. Electromagnetic wave reflections), 
(•Beams (Electromagnetic), Reflectors), Radio 
transmission. Prisms (Optics), Antenna radia- 
tion patterns. Antennas, Dielectrics, Couplirig 
circuits, Attenuators, Radar duplexers. Surface 
properties. Power, Radio receivers. Extremely 
high frequency. Theory. 



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AD-417 655 
(TISTE/JWS) 



Div. 5 
OTS price $4.60 



RAND Corp.. Santa Monicn, Calif. 

AIDS FOR THE GROSS DESIGN OF SATELLITE COMMUNICA- 
TIO SYSTEMS. 

by G. M. Northrop. Aug 63. 38p. Rept. no. P2785 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Communication satellites (Ac- 
tive). Communicntion systems). (*Communicntlofa 
systems. Communicntion satellites (Active)), 
Tables, Design, Equatios, Antennas, Gain, 
Radiof requency interference. Signal to noise 
ratio. Ranges (Distance). 

Efforts were directed towards compiling a com- 
putational aid for designers of communication 
systems employing earth satellites as active 
relays. It is intended to be of practical utili- 
ty; there is no suggestion that the theory of 
communications or satellites is probed in depth 
or detail. The fundamental intent underlying 
this work has been to assimilate in one place 
most of the nomograms and graphs normally em- 
ployed in performing the gross design or analysis 
of a communication system, with emphasis placed 
on the parametric ranges pertinent to communica- 
tion satellites. (Author; 



Division 6 - DETECTION 

AD-^17 700 Di». 5, 8 
(TISTE/JWS) OTS price $3.60 

Rome Air Developnent Center. Griffiss Air Force 

Base. N. Y. 

ELECTRONIC EVALUATION OF VOICE COMMUNICATIONS 

SYSTEMS, * 

by Richard E. Fitts. Aug 63. 31p. 

Proj . A5^0. Task AS^OOI 

RADC TDB63 355 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Radio conaunicat ion systems, 
Intelligibility), (•Intelligibility, Radio 
communication systems), ("Speech transmission. 
Intelligibility), Signal-to-noise ratio. 
Measurement, Radio frequency interference, 
Speech recognition 9test equipment 
(Electronics), Low pass filters. High pass 
filters, Noise. 

The evaluation of voice communications systems 
has traditionally been done by articulation 
testing using a team of listeners. Although this 
method is conceptually straightforward it can 
be time consuming, and there are a number of 
variables which must be controlled for consistent 
results. Consequently, electronic evaluation 
promises savings in time and money if it can be 
shown to have results equivalent to articulation 
tests. One electronic evaluation method, the 
Voice Interference Analysis Set manufactured by 
General Electronic Laboratories, Inc. was tested 
to determine if it produced results equivalent 
to articulation tests. In the laboratory, tones, 
noise, and pulse interference were mixed in an 
audio channel and the electronic results compared 
with articulation tests conducted under similar 
condition-s. Then the results from a field test 
in which both an electronic evaluation and an 
articulation test had been run on a voice 
communication system were analyzed for corre- 
lation between the two evaluations. On the 
basis of these tests, it is concluded that 
electronic evaluation of voice communications 
systems is possible subject to certain restric- 
tions. Furthermore, certain theoretical and 
practical limitations of the Voice Interference 
Analysis Set are discussed. (Author) 



6. DETECTION 



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offers no obvious advantage over a 
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estimator does provide a measure of 
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stimators. The multiplicity estimate is 
indicate the presence of tfro targets 

two targets are both in the same range 
ler bin. For some applications the 
city estimate may be desired, in which 

TAM estimator will be more useful than 
tional estimator. (Author) 



AD-il7 528 DlT. 6 
(TISTE/PAR) OTS price $2.60 

Lincoln Lab., Hats. last, of Tech., Lexington. 

A LINEAR-FM RADAR POLSE COMPRESSION SYSTEM 

EMPLOYING THICKNESS-TAPERED DISPERSIVE DELAY 

LINES. 

by R. C. Yoit. 11 July 63, 20p. Technical rept. 

no. 321 

Contract AF19 628 500 

ESD TDR63 551 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*PaIse compression. Radar), 
Radar pulses, Frequency modulation, Linear 
systems, Sensitivity, Signals, Doppler 
system. Errors, Delay lines. 

This report describes n radar pulse coqpression 
system that employs a linear-FM signal. At the 
option of the operator, the shape of the signal 
envelope can be made rectangular, Butterworth. 
or Gaussian. Ultrasonic dispersive delay lines 
that are thickness-tapered to provide a linear 
group time delay characteristic over a frequency 
band of 2 Mcps are used as the signal expansion 
and compression devices. Included are the test 
results of the completed unit with photographs 
of the waveforms. For the poorest case, the time 
sidelobes in the receiver output waveform are 
shown to be 35 db below the peak response. The 
receiver for the rect.nngular signal and the 
receiver for the Butterworth signal are mismatched 
with accompanying losses in the radar sensitivity 
of 1.7 db and 0.7 db respectively. An uncom- 
pensated Doppler frequency shift of one kilocycle 
per second will produce an error of 7 feet in 
the estimate of the range to an echoing object. 
(Author) 



AD-417 422 Dlv. 6. 8 
(TISTP/HSS) OTS price $9.10 



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General Atronics Corp., Con shohocken . Pa. 

PULSE STRUCTURES FOR ENHANCED ACCURACY. 

Final rept . . 

by T. L^ Nilliams. June 63. 94p. 

Contract AF30 602 2^17, ProJ. 4506„ Task 450601 

RADC TDR63 306 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Doppler radar, Numerical 
analysis). Effectiveness. Radar signals, Target 
position indicators, Radar pulses. Mathemati- 
cal analysis, Doppler systems. 



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AD-417 572 Div. 6, 8 
(TISTP/HSS) OTS price $U.50 

Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech.. Lexington. 

PHASED ARRAY RADAR STUDIES. 

Report no. 3, 1 July 61-1 Jan 63, 

by J. L. Allen, D. M. Bernella, W. W. Carpenter, 

W. P. Delaney, and J. DiBnrtolo. 20 Feb 63, 211p. 

Technical rept. no. 299 

Contract AF19 628 500 

AFESD TDR63 100 Unclassified report 

Descriptors; (•Radar antennas. Design), Radar 
equipment. Test facilities. Microwave equipment. 
Amplifiers. Radar receivers. Radar transmitters. 
Test equipment. Radar pulses. 

27The project effort is directed toward investiga- 
tion of components, techniques and the funda- 
mental theoretical limitations of arrays for 
high-power high-resolution radar applications. 
Studies of the fundamentals of arrays include 
consolidation of the mutual coupling theory and 
studies of the effects of such coupling on un- 
equally spaced arrays. The relationship between 
transmitter efficiency and transmitted pulsewidth 
is examined and expressions are derived for min- 
imizing the cost of certain array systems when 
the per-element costs are known. (Author) 



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AD-417 628 Div. 6, 8 
(TISTE/JMS) OTS price $1.10 



Fairchild Space and Defense Systems, Syosset, 

N. Y. II 

ALLAC. II 

Progress rept. no. 3, 

by G. Lysle and B. Gaddy. 20 Sep 63, 4p. Rept, 

no. 1220 70 3 

Contract AF33 657 12238 M 

Unclassified report 



Descriptors: (•Image tubes , tests) , (•Photo- 
electric cells (Semiconductors), Diodes 
(Semiconductor)), Photocat hodes , Transistors, 
Power supplies. Blowers, Test equipment. 
Drives, Scanning, Prisms (Optics). 



7. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 



ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT - Division 7 

equipment). Feasibility studies. Design, 
Electric relays. Power equipment parts. 
Packaged circuits. Printed circuits. 
Performance (Engineering), Military 
r«quirements, Electrical equipment. 

A study program was conducted to establish a 
system design philosophy for aircraft electrical 
systems utilizing contactless switching concepts 
that would provide the necessary power switching, 
protection and control functions for present 
and anticipated aircraft I'equirefflent s . System 
design and operation, packaging, and assembly 
and installation requirements were investigated 
from the aircraft system designer's viewpoint. 
Design criteria and performance goals are pre- 
sented for the various components to be used 
in the contactless switching system. A develop- 
ment program plan is presented for the develop- 
ment of these components. (Author) 



AD-417 130 Div. 7, 1 
(TISTA/VGW) OTS price $8.10 

Chance Vought Corp., Dallas, Tex. 
INVESTIGATION OF CONTACTLESS SWITCHING CONCEPTS 
FOR APPLICATION TO AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS. 
VOLUME I. AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS REQUIREMENTS. 
Final engineering rept., 11 June 62-11 Mar 63, 
by L. D. Dickey and A. J. Marek. 11 Mar 63, 85p. 
Rept. no. 2 53727 3RU9 1 
Contract NOw 62 0944 

Unclassilf led report 

Descriptors: (•Aircraft equipment. Electric 
switches), (•Electric switches. Semiconductor 
devices). Feasibility studies. Electrical 
properties. Performance (Engineering), Military 
requirements, Piezoelectric crystals. Electric 
relays. Design, Electrical equipment. 



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AD-417 131 Div. 7, 1 
(TISTA/VGM) OTS price $10.10 

Chance Vought Corp., Dallas, Tebl. 
INVESTIGATION OF CONTACTLESS SWITCHING CONCEPTS 
FOR APPLICATION TO AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS. 
VOL. Ill - SYSTEM INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOP- 
MENTAL REQUIREMENTS. 

, , 11 June 62-11 July 63, 
Harek and N. M. Drum. 

. no. 2 53727 3R449 3 



Final engineering rept, 
by L. 0. Dickey, A. J. 
11 July 63, 120p. Rept. 
Contract N0w62 0944 



Unclassified report 



Descriptors! (•Aircraft equipment. Electric 
switches), (•Electric switches. Aircraft 



AD-417 222 Div. 7 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $3.60 

Weston Instruments Div., Daystrom, Inc., 
Newark, N. J. 

A POROUS SUBSTRATE RESISTOR AIMED AT MINIATURIZA- 
TION OF METAL-FILM RESISTORS. 
Interim development rept. no. 4 for 1 Apr- 
30 June 63, 

by Theodore Matley. 30 June 63, 33p. 
Contract NObsr87542, ProJ. SR0080303 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Resistors, Manufacturing meth- 
Oda), (•Manufacturing methods, Resittors), 
Glass resistors. Porosity, Quartz, Heat treat- 
ment. Brazing, Metal films, Resistance (Elec- 
trical), Silver, Impregnation. 

Several parameters necessary for the successful 
manufacture of porous substrate resistors were 
established. Specifically, quartz was decided 
upon as the material of construction and the 
pore size was determined on the basis of avail- 
ability and suitability to wattage requirements 
and resistor dimensions. The optimum temperature 
of heat treatment was established as 400 F and 
a method of termination utilizing silver braz- 
ing was found to be quite successful. Heat dis- 
sipation was related to resistor dimensions and 
shown to have no correspondence with pore size 
and/or film thickness. Impregnation as a means 
of enhancing heat dissipation was investigated 
with negative results. (Author) 

AD-417 245 Div. 7, 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $14.50 

Chance Vought Corp., Dallas, Tex. 
INVESTIGATION OF CONTACTLESS SWITCHING CONCEPTS 
FOR APPLICATION TO AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 
VOLUME II. CONCEPT DESI(^N STUDIES. 
Final engineering rept., 11 June 62-11 May 63, 
by L. D. Dickey, A. J. Marek and W. M. Drum. 
11 May 63, 209p. 
Contract N0w62 0944c 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Electric switches. Airborne), 
(•Electronic switches. Semiconductor devices). 
(•Power equipment. Electric switches). Substi- 
tutes, Feasibility studies. Switching circuits, 
Circuit breakers. Relays, Algebrai, Theory, 
Analysis, Design. 

A study program was conducted to establish and 
evaluate contactless switching design techniques 
for application to aircraft electrical systems. 
Design concepts utilizing semiconductor devices 
were investigated to provide an effective and 
reliable aircraft electrical power switching and 



11 



Division 7 - ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 



control syslen. Typical circuits ha 
designed that will perforn the funct 
ventional switches, relays and circu 
including switching and control of t 
bus. Breadboards have been construe 
operated to verify the anticipated d 
fornance. Mechanical design charact 
discussed for the signal sources, co 
and power contacts. Aircraft system 
niques are discussed from the aircra 
designer's viewpoint, and a prelimin 
ity analysis is presented. (Author) 



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AD-417 332 Div. 7 
(TISTE/JBM) GTS price $9.10 

Research Labs, for the Engineering Sciences. 

U of Virginia, Charlottesville. 

RESEARCH STUDIES IN PRECISION SOLID-STATE POWER 

SUPPLY CIRCUITRY. 

Final technical rept., 

by E. S. McVey, G. S. Nurrc, R. E. Russell, 

J. T. Hancock, Jr.. and R. R. Brownell. Aug 63, 

290p. Rept. no. EE3335 101 630 

Contract DA36 03A0RD366^RD 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Power supplies. Semiconductor 
devices) , (•Semiconductor devices. Power srfp- 
plies) , Transistors, Crystal rectifiers, Elec- 
tronic switches. Silicon. Inverter circuits. 
Reliability (Electronics). Counting methods. 
Circuits, Pulse modulation. Analysis, Power, 
Temperature, Frequency, Electric filters. Pulse 
counters. Equations, Transformation (Mathemat- 
ics), Feedback, Stability. Electric currents. 
Electric potential, Voltage regulators. 

Research concerned precision solid state power 
supplies. Logic and drive circuits for inverter 
applications are discussed and compared on the 
basis of performance, reliability, and number of 
components. Two ring counter circuits are ana- 
lyzed and modifications to improve their relia- 
bility are suggested. Two drive circuits are 
analyzed and compared. A method is developed 
for using z-transform theory in the stability 
analysis of certain switch-type feedback systems. 
The use of the z-transform method makes it pos- 
sible to find all the limit cycles and their 
stability for systems containing either a perfect 
switch, a switch with hysteresis, or a switch 
with dead zone. The analysis is exact for sys- 
tems of all orders. (Author) 



AD-4.*17 3 59 
(TISTM/BRW) 



Div. 7 
OTS price $1.60 



New York State Coll. of Ceramics. Alfred U. 
HYDROGEN-OXYGEN ELECTRODE STUDY. 
Quarterly progress rept. no. 7. 
15 Sep 63, 9p. 
Contract AF33 657 7564 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Fuel cells. Electrodes). 
(•Oxygen, Electrodes). (•Hydrogen, Electrodes). 
(•Electrodes, Preparation). Graphite, Porous 
materials. Impregnation, Silver compounds. 
Oxides, Platinum, Electrolytes, Potassium com- 
pounds. Hydroxides, Electrical properties. 
Performance (Engineering), Electrochemistry. 

Two types of fuel cells were investigated, a cy- 
lindrical electrode cell and a parallel plate 
electrode cell. A Vacuum Tube Voltmeter (VTVM) 
and load circuit were employed for preliminary 
studies of cell performance. Graphite electrodes 
were used in 30% KOH electrolyte and were exam- 
ined by optical and electron microscopy and by 



AD-417 392 Div. 7. i. 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $2.00 

Army Electronics Research and Development Agency, 

Fort Monmouth, N. J. 

FUEL CELLS. 

Status rept. no. U, 

by Fritz R. Franke and Herbert F. Hunger. 

July 63, 70p. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Fuel cells. Reports), ("Reports, 
Fuel cells). Scientific research. Energy con- 
version. Combustion. 

This report contains information on fuel cell 
R&D being performed in the United States and 
supported by non-Government funds. It is based 
on information furnished by the organizations 
engaged in fuel cell work. The report reflects 
the views of these .or ganizat ions at the end of 
1962. Collective funding data indicate that the 
reporting organizations spent about six (6) mil- 
lion dollars on their fuel cell programs in 1962. 
(Author) 



AD-417 U^^ Div. 7, 12, 27 

(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $12.50 

North American Aviation Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. 

POWER CONVERSION AND GENERATION STUDY. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 1, 15 Apr-15 July 63. 

15 July 63, 1v. Rept. no. WA63 755 1 

Contract AF33 657 110^9 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Electric power production. 
Electric propulsion), (•Electric propulsion. 
Power equipment), (•Generators, Feasibility 
studies). Inverters, Semiconductor devices. 
Electron tubes. Frequency converters. Low 
frequency, Weight. 

The gen-ral objective of the study program Is to 
investigat; both power generation and power con- 
version techniques. Investigations are proceed- 
ing on schedule and have been concentrated in the 
following major areas during the first three 
months. (1) Converter and alternator techniques. 
(2) 60 KW converter design concepts. (3) 300 KW 
converter design concepts. (4) High frequency 
generator concepts. (Author) 



AD-i;i7 574 Div. 7 -, 

(TISTE/JWS) OTS price $2.60 

General Atomic Div., General Dynamics Corp., 
San Diego, Calif. 

HIGH-TEMPERATURE VAPOR-FILLED THERMIONIC 
CONVERTER. 

Quarterly technical progress rept. for 31 July 63. 
by W. Godsin and R. Skoff. 26 Aug 63. 22p. Rept. 
no. GA4511 

Contract AF33 657 8563. Proj . 8173. Task 817305 5 

Unclassified report 



12 



Descriptors: (*Thermionic converters, Cesium), 
Tests, High temperature research. Power, 
Uranium compounds, Zirconium compounds. 
Carbides. Refractory materials, Chemical 
analysis, Emissivity, Coatings. 

Efforts were directed to the evaluation of ma- 
terials, fabrication, and testing problems as- 
sociated with the operation of liigh-temperat ure 
vapor-filled thermionic converters employing 
uranium-zirconium carbide emitters of cylindrical 
geometry. To date five of these converters 
have operated a total of 5300 hr. The last 
converter to be tested in this program is Cell K, 
which will soon be operable. In this reporting 
period. Cell H, which had two cesium vials, was 
placed in operation, while final assembly of 
Cell K was completed. Cell H output was 56 watts 
at an emitter temperatur.e of 2380 K. The cesium 
temperature optimum for maximum power was 637 K. 
A collector temperature optimum was not obtained 
due to cooling limitations. (fVuthor) 



AD-417 579 Div. 7 
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Foreign Tech. Div.. Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

PHASE BREAKER RELAY, E-511. 

31 July 63, 2p. 

FTD TT63 697 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Rele Obryva Faz E-511, p.1 

Descriptors: ("Electric relays, Power equip- 
ment). Phase distortion. 

AD-417 798 Div. 7 

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i Corp. , Anderson , 



Delco-Remy Div., General Motoric 

Ind. 

APPLIED RESEARCH INVESTIGATION OF SEALED SILVER- 



ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT - Division 7 

ZINC BATTERIES. 

Quarterly technical progress rept. no. 1, 1 May- 

1 Aug 63, 

by J. J. Lander. J. A. Keralla, L. M. Cooke, Paul 

Scardaville, and T. J. Wetherell. 2 Aug 63, 31p. 

Contract AF33 657 10643. Proj. 8173. Task 

817304 21 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Storage batteries. Design), 
(•Membranes, Cellulose), Environmental tests, 
Hydroxides, Sodium compounds. Potassium com- 
pounds. Electrolyte, Failure (Mechanics), 
Lithium compounds. Oxides, Zinc compounds. 
Cadmium compounds, Diffusion, Equations, Ions. 
Tables, Resistance (Electrical), Measurement, 
Electric potential. Solubility, Silver, Per- 
neabi 1 ity , Water . 

Cycle life data on cells containing varying 
ratios of ZnO to silver indicate that increasing 
the ratio of ZnO to silver tends to increase j 
cycle life. Separator overhang life tests are 
continuing after 500 cycles without failure. 
Electrolyte quantity tests at this time are not 
conclusive in determining maximum cycle life. 
Additional work is to be done in this area. Cells 
containing Dynel wrapped negatives do not show 
consistent cycle life, and on this test, do not 
deliver as many cycles as the control cells. 
Additional samples of Dynel will be utilized in 
new test cells. Solubility curves have been ob- 
tained for ZnO and Ag20 in NaOH, LiOH, and KOH. 
Literature investigations concerning the use of 
electrolytes for silver-zinc electrodes other 
than strong bases are not promising. Test cells 
utilizing CdO and double grids in the negative 
plate are still on cycle test. Some failures 
have occurred around 700 cycles, but no definite 
conclusions can be reached as yet. Some evalua- 
tion tests for separators are under way and 
early sample materials have been received from 
both R.A.I, and the Visking Corporation. (Author) 



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8. ELECTRONICS AND 
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 



AD-A17 181 Div. 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $5. 



60 



AD-417 138 Div. 8 

(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $2.60 

Denver Research Inst., Colo. 

RESEARCH ON NEW TYPES OF ANTENNA SYSTEMS FOR THE 

FREQUENCY RANGE 50-1000llc. 

Interia rept. no. 1, 15 June-30 Nov 62, 

by Janes E. Lindsay, Jr. and Warren R. Wheeler. 

15 Aug 63. I6p. 

Contract N0i«62 0519d, Proj . 34.0 

Unclassified report 




AD-417 168 Div. 8 
(TISTE/JWS) OTS price $1 , 



60 



Metrology Engineering Center, Bureau of Naval 

Weapons Representative, Pomona, Calif. 

KLYSTRON OIL BATH. 

2U July 63, lOp. 

MEC 068 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Klystrons, Liquid cooled), 
('Coolants, Klystrons), Oils, Mechanical 
drawings, Cooling and ventilating equipnent, 
Specifications, Operation. 

The klystron oil bath provides a means for 
stabilizing the temperature of a klystron in 
order to obtain improved amplitude and frequency 
stability, as compared to conventional forced 
air cooling Mith blowers. (Author) 



AD-AI? 172 Div. 
(TISTP/AJ») OTS price 



8. 7. 5, 
♦28.50 



22 



Laboratories for Research and Development, 
Franklin Inst., Philadelphia, Pa. 
PROCEEDINGS OF SECOND HERO CONGRESS - 1963, ON 
HAZARDS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION TO ORDNANCE, 
HELD AT THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE PHILADELPHIA, 
PENNSYLVANIA, APRIL 30, MAY 1, 2, 1963. 
2 May 63, 1v. Rept. no. F B1982 
Contract N178 8083 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors! ('Symposia, Electromagnetic 
shielding), ('Electromagnetic waves. Hazards), 
Radiof requency , Radiof requency pulses, 
Ordnaifce, Radio fields. Electromagnetic 
pulses. Electromagnetic fields. Explosives 
initiators. Sensitivity, Radiation hazards. 



New York U., Coll. of Engineering, N. ¥. 

THE EFFECTS OF NETWORK SHAPING AND LOADING ON 

THE TRANSIENT AND FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF 

DISTRIBUTED RC NETWORKKS, 

by M. S. Ghausi and G. J. Herskowitz. Aug 63, 

4.9p. Technical rept. no. 400 71 

Contract AF19 628 379, ProJ. 5628, Task 562801 

AFGRL 63 329 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Electrical networks. 
Resistors), ('Transients, Capacitors), 
('Frequency, Circuits), Mathematical 
analysis. Theory, Special functions 
(Mathematics), Bandwidth, Experimental 
data. 

In this paper the effect of network shaping and 
loading on the transient and frequency response 
of distributed RC networks is examined analyti- 
cally and experimentally. It is shown that both 
the shaping and loading have significant effects 
on the performance of distributed RC networks. 
Experimental work shows good agreement with the 
theoretical results. (Author) 



AD-417 184 Div. 8 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $1.10 

Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 

DESIGN CURVES FOR A CIRCULAR POLARIZER. 

by W. C. Danforth, Jr. and L. J. Ricardi. 

19 Aug 63. 8p. Rept. no. 61G1 

Contract AF19 628 500 

AFESD TDR63 108 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ( 'Radiowa ves , Waveguides), 
('Waveguides, Propagation), ('Polarization, 
'Electromagnetic waves). Tables, Transducers. 



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AD-417 190 Div. 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $7.60 

Boeing Scientific Research Labs., Seattle, Wash. 

POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY ESTIMATES OF THE FADING 

OF HIGH FREQUENCY RADIO WAVES, 

by 0. H. Schrader. May 63, 65p. Rept. no. 

D1 82 0244 

Unclassified report 

Also available from the author. 

Descriptors: ('Attenuation, High frequency) 
( 'Radiof requency spectroscopy, Determination), 
Mathematical prediction. Digital computers, 
Analog computers. Propagation. 

The power spectral density of the fading power of 
high-frequency radio waves and methods of esti- 
mating this function are the subject of this 
report. Evaluations of the power spectral 
density estimates obtained by two different 



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methods are made. The asymptotic low-frequency 
variation of estimates computed on a digital 
commputer and the expected value of estimates 
computed with an analog computer are derived. 
A comparison of the two methods is made and 
power spectral density estimates computed by 
both methods are shown. Power spectral density 
estimates are shown for eight different data 
samples. In general, the power density is con- 
fined to frequencies below one cycle per second. 
(Author) 



AD-417 218 Div. ,,^8 
(TISTW/HSS) OTS price |9.60 

Pittsburgh U. , Pa. 

POSITIVE-FEEDBACK CLOSED-LOOP POLES IN POSITIVE 

NEGATIVE FEEDBACK CONTROL SYSTEMS, 

by John Paul Hyde. 1963, 108p. 

Unclassified report 

■ aster' s thesi s. 



Descriptors: ('Feedback, Control systems), 
('Switching circuits, Feedbapk), Polynomials, 



AD-417 236 Div. 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price 



8 

$5.60 



Pennsylvania State U, 



Ionosphere Research Lab, 

University Park. 

THE IONOSPHERIC CONDITIONS, 

by Marcel Nicolet and William Swider, Jr. 

10 Sep 63, 49p. Scientific rept. no. 193 

Contract AF19 604 4563, Grant G18983, Proj. 8605 

Task 860502 

AFCRL 63 834 Unclasjtlfled report - 

Descriptors: . ('Ionosphere, lecomblnatlon 
reactions), ('Ionization, Ionosphere), 
Dissociation, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Ions, Electron 
density. Photons, Physics, Chemistry, Solar 
radiation. Solar spectrum. Atmosphere models. 
Atomic properties. Molecular association. 
Absorption, X rays. Cosmic rays. Hydrogen, 
Helium, Chemical reactions, | 

A general analysis of ionospheric conditions has 
been made in the light of possible ionic reac- 
tions occurring in the upper atmosphere. Data 
obtained on various parameters, such as the 
ionic production and recombination, show that 
precise knowledge of the spectral distribution 
of solar radiation Is needed and that other 
experimental determinations on the dissociative 
recombinations are required. The altitude 
distribution of ions is exemplified by discussing 
the relative importance of various loss coeffi- 
cients in the D, E and F regiois. It is seen 
that molecular nitrogen ions are subject to 
important charge transfer processes, that nitric 
oxide ions are always final products destroyed 
only by dissociative recombination. Additional- 
ly, the entire production of atomic oxygen ions 
is related to the photoioni zatlon of molecular 
nitrogen. In the absence of enough experimental 
Information on Ionic processes it is shown that 
a precise analysis of the ionospheric behavior 
remains highly speculative. (Author) 



AD-417 243 Div. 8 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $4.60 

Illinois U. Engineering Experiiient Station, 

Urbana . 

SOME RELATIONS BETWEEN DIGITIZING PARAMETERS 

AND CALCULATED STATISTICS OF A WAVEFORM, 

by Robert McAulay. 15 Aug 63, 36p. Technical 



rept. no. 18, Technical rept. no. 1; Rept. no. 

RRL208 

Contracts NoHr183402 and N0bsr89229, ONR Proj. 

N371 161 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Analog-to-digital converters. 
Errors), ('Digital systems. Statistical func- 
tions), ('Sampling, Radio signals). Digital 
computers. Statistical processes. Probability, 
Communication theory. Data transmission sys- 
tems, Slgnal-to-noise ratio, Fourier analysis. 
Statistical distributions. 



AD-417 247 Div. 8 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $11.50 

CBS Labs., Stamford, Conn. 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOLID STATE TUNNEL 

DEVICES AND ARRAYS CAPABLE OF OPERATION AT 

MICROWATT POWER LEVELS. 

Final development rept., 1 June 62-31 July 63. 

19 Aug 63, 105p. 

Contract N0bsr87512 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Tunnel diodes. Processing), 
(•Semiconductor devices. Processing), Diffusion, 
Semiconductor films. Power, Silicon, Electric 
currents. Gallium alloys. Arsenic alloys. Time, 
Capacitance, Aluminum alloys. Oxides, Elec- 
trical properties. Sandwich construction. Metal 
films. Dielectric films, Varactor diodes. Rec- 
tifiers, Electron beams, Plating, Tin, Zinc, 
Alloys, Electron density. 

The development is described of a microwatt back- 
ward diode on SI with a reverse current of the 
order of lOnA, a junction capacitance of about 
IpF, and a rectification ratio of 100 at 0.15 
volts; a microwatt tunnel diode on GaAs with 
a peak current less than 10 micro A, a peak-to- 
valley ratio of 6 to 10, and a theoretical 
switching time of 0.1 micro sec at a junction ca- 
pacitance of 0.5 pF; some interesting properties 
of Al-Si02-Si thin film tunnel devices. These 
latter devices are useful for application as 
either rectifiers or as varactors with a high 
figure of merit. Electron beam technology using 
a programmed electron beam system employing a 
flying spot scanner has also been investigated 
for possible application for the fabrication 
of such devices. (Author) 



AD-417 252 Div. 8 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $4.60 

Microwave Associates, Inc., Burlington, Mass. 

GAS DUPLEXER (PINCH EFFECTS). 

Final progress rept., 

by Charles S. Ward. 12 Mar 63, 38p. 

Contract AF30 602 2401 

RADC TDR63 210 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Radar duplexers. Microwave 
equipment), ('Gas discharges. Radar duplexers). 
Power, Effectiveness, Magnetic fields. Time, 
Electric fields. Electric arcs, S band, Dis- 
charge tubes, Transmlt-recelve tubes. 

Research concerned an Investigation and study of 
the use of various gas discharge confinement 
mechanisms as gas duplexers leading to the de- 
sign of a high power microwave duplexer uti- 
lizing magnetic fields to improve switching 
efficiency within the limit of a specified re- 
covery time. The technique used is that of im- 
posing a constant magnetic field across the dis- 
charge and perpendicular to the incident micro- 



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wave electric field. This results in apprecia- 
ble reductions in recovery time without any 
deterioration in discharge arc loss. A prototype 
duplexer utilizing this effect was constructed 
in S-band for a power level of six megawatts 
peak - ten kilowatts average. (Author) 

AD-^17 256 Div. 8. 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $2.60 

General Electric Co., Owensboro, Ky. 

7486 CERAMIC TRIODE PRODUCTION ENGINEERING 

MEASURE. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 4, 1 Apr 63- 

30 June 63, 

by J. D. Marshall. 30 June 63. 18p. 

Contract DA 36 039 SC 86738 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Triodes, Production), Vacuum 
apparatus, Processing, Tests, Life expectancy, 
Industrial equipment. Test equipment 
(Electronics) . 

Efforts were continued on the establishment of 
a production engineering measure for ceramic 
triodes. The vacuum system was delivered and 
installed. Prove-out is complete and processing 
schedules are being established. Design changes 
were incorporated in tubes. Life testing of 
these tubes was started and a lot was with- 
drawn to be supplied as the second engineering 
sample. (Author) 



AD-il17 270 
(TISTE/JBM) 



Div. 8, 26 
OTS price $1.60 



OF 



62. 



McCoy Electronics Co., Ht. Holly Springs. Pa. 
INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS MEASURE. MANUFACTURE 
GLASS HOLDER CRYSTAL UNITS CR-(XM-1 7) /U. 
Quarterly progress rept. no. 7, 1 July-31 Sep 
31 Sep 62, 12p. 
Contract DA36 039sc81269 

Unclassified report 



Descriptors: (»Crystal holders. Production), 
(•Quartz resonators. Production), (•Produc- 
tion, Quartz resonators). Processing, Manu- 
facturing methods, Industrial equipment. 
Seals (Stoppers), Glass, Vacuum apparatus. 



Efforts were continued on the 
process for producing the CR- 
holder crystal unit. Both na 
quartz are to be utilized in 
the units. A facility capabl 
hundred glass holder units pe 
is to be established. The se 
procedures are discussed. No 
ficulties were encountered wi 
the r-f induction equipment a 
The HC-(XM-2)/U holder dimens 
with proposed changes. (Auth 



development of a 
(XM-17)/U glass 
tural and cultured 
the fabrication of 
e of sealing five 
r eight hour shift 
aling equipment and 

significant d if- 
th the operation of 
nd accessories, 
ions are reviewed 
or) 



AD-4.17 279 Div. 8 
(TISTE/J»rS) OTS price $2, 



60 



Field Emission Corp., HcMinnville. Oreg. 

DEVELOPMENT OF A MILLIMETER WAVE GENERATOR USING 

A FIELD EMISSION CATHODE, 

by J. P. Barbour and F. M. Charbonnier. Aug 63, 

21p. 

Contract AF30 602 2872, Proj. 5573, Task 557303 

RADC TDR63 317 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Microwave oscillators, X band), 
(•Electron guns. Cathodes (Electron tubes)), 
(•Klystrons, Field emission), (•Cathodes 
(Electron tubes). Field emission). Coatings, 



Zirconium, Tungsten, Cavity resonators. Elec- 
tron beams. Mechanical drawings. Magnetic 
fields. Electric fields. Focusing. 



A six-month feasibility study is 
has two basic objectives: first 
test an X-band oscillator with a 
cathode; and second, to determin 
gun using a field emission catho 
veloped which will generate an e 
suitable diameter and conductanc 
oscillator. A floating drift tu 
chosen as the most suitable devi 
mode tubes were designed and tes 
conductance required to start th 
agreed well with the calculated 
ance, and a peak output power of 
obtained. Several electron gun 
vestigated and results indicate 
less than one fourth millimeter 
three times the beam conductance 
operate the X-band oscillators, 
with a field emission cathode, 
terlstics would be adequate for 
tube klystron operating at 70 gc 



reported which 
, to develop and 

field em is s ion 
e if an electron 
de can be de- 
lectron beam of 
e for a 70 gc 
be klystron was 
ce. Two 1-3/4 
ted. The beam 
e oscillators 
starting conduct- 

16 watts was 
designs were in- 
that a beam of 
diameter, with 

required to 
can be obtained 
These charac- 
a floating drift 
(Author) 



AN APPLICATION 



AD-417 280 Div. 8, 15 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $1.60 

Syracuse U. , N. Y. 

PROBABILISTIC CIRCUIT THEORY 

OF JENSEN- S THEOREM, 

by F. M. Reza. Aug 63, 8p. 

Contract AF30 602 2867, ProJ. 8505 

RADC TDR63 329 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Networks, Synthesis), ("Elec- 
trical impedance, Mathematics), Complex 
numbers. Inequalities. 

This paper deals with the application of Schwarz's 
Lemma and Jensen's Inequality to the driving- 
point impedance of linear passive circuits. 
Some basic restrictions on the active power 
dissipated by a family of linear passive net- 
works are derived. (Author) 

AD-417 369 Div. 8, U 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $5.60 

Varian Associates, Palo Alto, Calif. * 

HIGH POWER R-F WINDOW STUDY PROGRAM. 

Quarterly technical note no. 4, 1 Apr-30 June 63, 

by Floyd Johnson. July 63. 43p. Rept. no. 3O4 UQ 

Contract AF30 602 28U. Proj. 5573. Task 557303 

RADC TDR63 349 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Waveguide windows. Design), 
("Materials, Waveguide windows). Equations, 
Mathematical analysis. Programming (Com- 
puters), Programming language. Sapphires, 
Aluminum compounds. Beryllium compounds, 
Oxides, Ceramic materials. Microwave equipment. 

The objective of specifying and deriving the 
elements of an equation for the analytical 
solution of waveguide window design problems 
has been met. By programming this equation and 
using dimension parameters as variables, a com- 
puter can be used to greatly speed up window 
design. Two types of windows have been pro- 
grammed and successfully computed. The block 
ceramic window, using dual-symmetric, inductive 
iris broadbanding techniques, has been computed 
for several cases and the results have been 
shown to be almost exact when compared to 
measured data. The thin disc type of window, 
either single or double disc dielectric coo led , 
has also been programmed. Comparisons of com- 
puted and measured results also show a very close 
correlation, but it is not so exact as for the 
block window. (Author) 

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AD-417 379 Div. 8. 7, 30 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $4.60 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

HIGH VOLTAGE SURGE MEASUREMENTS ON STRANDED 

COPPER CONDUCTOR AND ON MAGNETIC TAPE WRAPPED 

STRANDED COPPER CONDUCTOR, 

by W. E. Pakala and H. M. Smith. 8 Aug 63, 1v. 

Research rept. 63 928 565R1 

Contract NBY32226 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Electric cabKk, Transients), 
(•Transients, Electric cables), ("Electric 
potential. Electric cables). Measurement, 
Magnetic tape, Attenuat ional , Tests, Copper, 
Transmission lines. Lightning, Test equipment 
(Electronics) . 



conducted to determiae if a magnetic 
!d conductor will attenuate high vol- 



Tests were 

tape wrapped conductor will attenuate hlgl 
tge surges, such as produced by lightning. 
Tests were made on a high voltaoe test line. 
Surge crest voltages on test coaductors were 
from 270 kilovolts up to 900 kilovolts. Surges 
were applied to a single standard No. 2 seven 
strand copper conductor line 2617 feet long and 
surge voltage oscillograms were taken simul- 
taneously at or near the surge generators and 
near the center of the test line, and at or near 
the surge generator and at the end of the test 
line. After these tests were completed the No. 2 
copper conductor was removed and replaced with 
the magnetic tape wrapped No. 2, seven strand 
copper conductor. It was found that the positive 
polarity crest surge voltage was reduced at end 
of test line by the plain copper line from 81 to 
88 percent of its sending end value depending on 
the surge voltage magnitude. With the magnetic 
tape wrapped conductor the positive polarity 
crest surge voltage was reduced at end of test 
line from 70 to 73 percent of its sending end 
value depending on the magnitude of the surge 
voltage. Negative polarity surges were reduced 
to a lesser extent. These results indicate that 
the overall attenuation constant is approximately 
two times as great, at high surge voltages, for 
the magnetic tape wrapped conductor as it is for 
the plain copper conductor. (A«thor) 



AD-417 409 Div. 8, 25 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.60 

Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 
Mright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 
THERMOELECTRIC SEMICONDUCTOR COOLING DEVICES. 
1 Aug 63. lOp. 
FTD TT63 692 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Maschpriborintorg, USSR, Moskva, 

pp. 3-11. 

« 

Descriptors: (•Thermoelectricity, .Cooling), 
(•Semiconductors, Thermoelectricity), ("Cool- 
ing, Thermoelectricity). 



.AD-417 454 Div. 8, 12 
.(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1 . 60 

Bendlx Systems Div., Bendix Corp., Ann Arbor, 

Mich. 

ANTENNA WINDOW: A TECHNIQUE FOR PROPAGATION 

THROUGH A PLASMA SHEATH. 

Interim engineering rept. no. 9, 15 June- 

15 Sep 63. 

by Robert G. DeLosh. 15 Sep 63, 13p. Rept. no. 

BSC40123 

Contract AF33 616 8420 

Unclasti^ieii report 



Descriptors: ("Reentry vehicles. Propagation), 
("Propagation, Plasma sheath), ("Antennas, 
Reentry vehicles), ("Waveguide windows. 
Antenna components). Liquid cooled. Test 
methods. Heat transfer. Solenoids, S-band 
Liquefied gases. Cryogenics, Helium, Pulse 
transmitters. Niobium, Zirconium. 



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AD-417 455 Div. 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $8.60 

Microwave Associates Inc., Burlington, Mass. 

ULTRA HIGH POWER TRANSMISSION LINE TECHNIQUES. 

Final technical note, 

by Meyer Gilden, Richard Madore and Joseph 

Pergola. 18 Mar 63, 1v. 

Contract AF30 602 2545 

RADC TDR63 167 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Transmission lines, Radiofre- 
quency power), ("Waveguides, Malfunctions), 
Waveguide filters, Bandwidth, Cooling, Attenua- 
tion, Electric discharges. Design, Theory, 
Reliability (Electronics), Gases, Electric 
fields. 



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AD-417 460 Div. 8, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.60 

Bliley Electric Co., Erie, Pa. 
PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE. 
QUARTZ CRYSTAL UNITS. 
Quarterly progress rept. no. 4, 1 
31 May 63, 22p. 
Contract DA36 0398c86719 

Unclassified report 



CR-(XM-45)/U 
Mar-31 May 63. 



11 



Division 8 - ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 



Descriptors: (*Quartz resonators, Production), 
( *Production , Quartz resonators). Low 
frequency. Standards, Stability, Vibration, 
Tenperature, Specifications. 

Efforts were continued on the establ i shnen t of 
a PEM on the CR-(XII-A5)/U quarta crystal units. 
The crystal units are in the 90 kc to 200 kc fre- 
quency range. They are siailar to the GR-^2A/U 
units except that they must withstand auch 
■ore severe vib-ration and they nust hold auch 
tighter frequency stability over the +70 C to 
+S0 C operating tenperature range. The various 
experimental designs which were derived and 
evaluated are reviewed. The strengths and the 
weaknesses are discussed of each of the experi- 
■ental designs and it is shown that the 
GR-(XM-^5)/U requirenents are mutually prohibi- 
tive. (Author) 



AD-417 A99 Div. 8, 25 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $1.60 



Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech 
RADIO PHYSICS. 
Quarterly progress rept 
30 Aug 63. Up. 
Contract AF1 9 628 500 



Lexington, 
1 Apr-31 July 63. 



ESD TDR63 109 



Onclassified report 



Descriptors; (^Tracking, Satellites (Artifi- 
cial)), (*Radar tracking, L band), ("Ionospheric 
propagation, Scattering), (*Plasma physics. 
Shock waves). Parabolic antennas, Gain, 
Parametric anplifiers. Digital systems, Radioo- 
eters. Calibration, Antennas, Instrumentation , 
Radio astronomy. Radar, Propagation, Plasma 
medium. Ionization, Electron density. Probes 
(Electromagnetic), Bibliographies, Atmosphere 
entry. 



AD-A17 500 Div. 8. 25 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $3.60 

International Business Machines Corp., 

Poughkeeps ie, N. Y. 

USE OF OPTICAL MASERS IN DISPUYS AND PRINTERS. 

Quarterly rept. no. 2, 7 Apr-6 July 63, 

by H. Fleisher and M. Kulcke. 10 Sep 63, 35p. 

Contract DA36 039AMC00118 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Lasers, Display systems), 
("Light, Amplitude modulation). Focusing, 
Beams (Electromagnetic), Models (Simulation), 
Digital systems. Optical images. Deflection, 
Input-output devices. Electrodes, Modulators, 
Optical equipment. Mechanical drawings. Cir- 
cuits, Electronic switches. Crystals, Re- 
fraction, Manufacturing methods. 

High-speed deflection of light beams by digital 
and analog techniques were investigated. For 
the digital light deflector, power consumption 
was determined semitransparent electrodes were 
valuated, and a bread-board model was con- 
structed. Analog deflection using conical 
refraction was temporarily suspended due to 
lack of crystals. The work on Fresnel lenses 
progressed with respect to the fabrication of 
photo-etched electrodes. (Author) 



Descriptors: ("Electrets, Bibliographies), 
(•Bibliographies, Electrets), ("Dielectrics, 
Polarization), Dielectric properties. 
Photoelectric effect. Materials, Maxes, 
Polymers. Electric fields. Liquids. Solids. 
Physical properties. 

A bibliography containing over 300 abstracted 
references and an author index is presented. 
The references cover the technical literature 
on electrets: thernoelect rets , photoelectrets , 
and radioelect rets; and are arranged under these 
categories. (Author) 

AD-^17 549 Div. 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $2.60 

Naval Civil Engineering Lab., Port Hueneme, 

Calif. 

CALCULATIONS FOR THE CALIBRATION OF NAVY RIFI 

METERS USING A VERTICAL BOD ANTENNA, 

by R. D. Hitchcock. 6 Sep 63, 22p. 

NCEL Rept. no. TN534 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Measuring devices (Electri- 
cal & electronic). Radio interference), ("Radio 
fields. Measurement), ("Calibration, Test 
equipment (Electronics)), Mathematical analysis, 
Antennas, Sea water. Very low frequency. Low 
frequency. Medium frequency. High frequency. 
Very high frequency. 



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kD-V7 553 Div. 8, 5 
(TISTE/JiS) OTS price $1.60 

Smyth Rese.'irch Associates, Snn Diego, Cnllf. 
A STUDY OF PROPAGATION MEDIUM RF NOISE. 
Interim engineering rept. no. 1. 
Sep 63, 12p. Rept. no. SRA36O 
Contrnct AF33 657 1161 

Unclassified repor 

Descriptors: ("Radiof requency interference, 
Antennn conf i gur nt i ons ) , ("Antenna configurn- 
tions, Rndiof requency interference). 
Propagation, Portinl differentinl equations. 
Gain, Scattering, Mathematical prediction. 
Angle of arrival. Distortion, Ataotpheric. 



AD-417 532 Div. 8, 25, U 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $2.75 

Harry Diamond Labs., Washington, D. C. 
ELECTRETS. PART II. A BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
by Virginia Ann Johnson. 30 Sep 62, I28p. 
DA ProJ. 5B97 01 005 and HDL ProJ . 30331 
HDL TR1074 Unclassified report 



This investigation of Propagation Medium RF Noise, 
has as its two primary objectives the deter-, 
mination of the character and magnitude of the 
noise introduced into radio communications 
systems by the propagating medium, and the 
development of techniques for reducing this 
noise by proper optimum nntennn design. The 
study has been divided into four phases. In 



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AD-417 556 Div. 8, 25 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $3.60 



Space Sciences Lab., General ElBCtric Co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

MICROWAVE REFLECTION FROM SHOCK-PRODUCED 

PLASMAS, 

by G. W. Bethke and A. D. Ruess. Sep 63, A9p. 

Rept. no. R63SD77 

Contract 

report 



. R63SD77 I 

AF30 602 1968 J 

UnclassiKJied r 



Descriptors: ("Electromagnetic wave re- 
flections. Microwave frequency), ("Plasma 
mediums. Microwaves), X band. Plasma sheath. 
Shock waves. Sources, Krypton, Xenon, Electron 
density. Temperature, Measurenent, Theory, 
Communication systems. Hypersonic planes. 
Probes (Electromagnetic), Shock tubes. 

Reflection measurements have been made of very- 
low-power, X-band microwaves axially incident on 
shock-produced xenon and krypton plasmas. The 
electron density profile at the advancing shock 
front was measured with a special high resolu- 
tion transversa 60 kmc interf erometric probe. 
On comparison with free space exponential plasma- 
microwave interaction theory, the measured re- 
flection coefficients were always found to be 
very significantly lower than the theoretical 
values, the greatest disagreement being at the 
lowest plasma densities. It is concluded that 
the theoretical development of non-uniform 
plasma-microwave interactions within a conduct- 
ing wall non-resonant container, would permit a 
better comparison of theory with experiment. 
It also appears that more may have to be known 
about shock front (electron ramp) electron 
temperatures and electron collision frequencies 
before exact comparisons between theory and 
experiment are possible. (Author) 



AD-417 566 Div. 8 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $11.00 



Smyth Research Associates, San Diego, Calif. 
METHOD OF LOCATING ATMOSPHERIC-SCATTER AND OB- 
STACLE-GAIN SIGNAL SOURCES. i 
Final rept. 

Apr 61, 112p. Rept. no. A] SRA192 
Contract DA36 039sc80557 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Detection, Radio signals), 
("Radio signals. Detection), Scattering, 
Atmosphere, Troposphere, Measurement, Electro- 
magnetic waves. Reflection, Refraction, Diffu- 
sion, Propagation, Sources, ionospheric 
propagation. 



Investigation of the possibilities existing with- 
in the present state of the art for determining 
the location of equipments designed to operate on 
atmospheric-scatter including tropospheric 
scatter, and obstacle-gain principles from meas- 
urements of the radio signals made at points be- 
yond the line of sight such that the radiated 
electromagnetic signals f»^m the equipment have 
suffered reflection, diffusion, scatter and re- 
fraction by the propagation media. (Author) 



AD-417 575 Div. 8 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $2.60 

Microwave Associates, Inc., Burlington, Mass. 
KA-BAND CRYSTAL PROTECTOR. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 1, 15 Mar-15 June 63, 
by Paul Basken. 15 June 63, 27p. Rept. no. 1 
Contract DA36 039AMC00157. Task 1 G6 22001A055 OJ, 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Crystals, K band), ("Transmit- 
receive tubes. Gas ionization). Design, Relia- 
bility (Electronics), Crystal mixers. Diodes, 
Gases, Microwave equipment. Plasma medium, 
Varactor diodes, Bandwidth, Waveguides, 
Waveguide windows. Extremely high frequency. 
Radar duplexers. 

A plan was established to investigate three 
design approaches and to select the best one for 
the final units of a K band crystal protector. 
A preliminary life test was started on a gas 
tube at 10 kw to pinpoint possible problem 
areas. Some low level design work on windows, 
resonant elements, and limiter configurations 
has been accomplished. (Author) 



AD-417 616 Div. 8, 25 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $9.60 

Cruft Lab. Harvard U. , Cambridge, Mass. 

A STUDY OF CIRCULAR ARRAYS. -2-. SELF AND MUTUAL 

ADMITTANCES, 

by Richard B. Mack. 1 May 63, It. Technical rept. 

no. 382 

Contract Nonr1866 32, ProJ. NR371 016 

Unclassified report . 

Descriptors: ("Electrical properties. Measure- 
ment), ("Dipole antennas. Electrical proper- 
ties). Admittance, Coaxial cables, Numerical 
methods and procedures. 



AD-417 617 
(TISTP/WH) 



Div. 8, 25 
OTS price $5.60 



Cruft Lab., Harvard U. , Cambridge, Mass. 

A STUDY OF CIRCULAR ARRAYS. -1-. EXPERIMENTAL 

EQUIPMENT, 

Hay 63, 1v. Technical rept, 



1 



by Richard B. Mack. 

no. 381 

Contract Nonr1866 32, 



ProJ. NR371 016 
Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ("Antennas, Electrical proper- 
ties), ("Antenna radiation patterns. Measure- 
ment), ("Probes (Electromagnetic), Antennas), 
Reflectors, Electrical impedance. Ultrahigh 
frequency. Slot antennas. 

Construction details are given for experimental 
equipment designed to permit measurement of the 
self and mutual admittances, current distribu- 
tions along the radiating elements, and far field 
radiation patterns of small antenna arrays. 
The antennas are formed by extending the longi- 



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tudinally slotted inner conductor of a rigid 
coaxial line beyond a large groundplane while 
terrainating the outer conductor on the ground- 
plane. A small balanced loop probe can be moved 
along the slot to sample the tangential magnetic 
field near the conductor. Neasurement errors 
due to the probe are discussed. The array under 
test can be rotated by means of a turntable Nhich 
is described. Radiation patterns are measured 
by transmitting with the array under test and 
receivi|ig with a corner reflector antenna mounted 
on the groundplane but in the far field of the 
array. Although designed for 663 Mcps the 
equipment will operate over a wide range of 
frequencies. (Author) 



AD-417 620 Div. a 
(TISTE/CAM) OTS price $5.60 

Electronics Research Lab., V. of Calif., 

Berkeley. 

ANODE STRUCTURES FOR COLD-CATHODE HIGH-POWER 

MAGNETRON, 

by Y. Ikeda. 30 June 62, 4.3p. Series no. 60, 

Issue no. 4.55; Scientific rept. no. 20 

Contract AF19 628 32^, Proj. 5634, Task 563402 

AFCRL 63 320 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Magnetrons, Cold cathode 
tubes), (»Anodes (Electron tubes). Magnetrons), 
Power, Configuration, Cavity resonators. 
Circuits, Electron beams, Coupling circuits. 
Measurement, Theory, Analysis. 

Rf in eraction properties of several structures 
suitable for cold-cathode high-power magnetrons 
have been investigated analytically and experi- 
mentally, with special emphasis on increasing 
the understanding of the interaction and maxi- 
mizing the area of coherent interaction with the 
electron beam at a given frequency. The struc- 
tures analyzed were designed for large mode 
separation, maximum interaction impedance, and 
easy coupling to' the outpu circuit. (Author) 



AD-417 624 Div. 8 
(TISTE/JWS) OTS price 13.60 



General Electric Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 
PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE FOR THE MANUFAC- 
TURE OF OEFLECTRON DEVICES. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 4, 14 Feb-14 Nay 63« 
by W. J. Noroski, Jr. H May 63, 31p. 
Contract OA36 039»c8673l 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Cathode ray tubes. Manufac- 
turing methods), ('Electron tube heaters, 
Cathode ray tubes), Ceramic materials. Vapor 
plating. Vacuum apparatus, Nickel alloys, 
Tungsten, Aluminum, Electrode holders. 

A vacuum-metallization technique for the manu- 
facture of the Deflectron device has been 
devised. Fixture design and filament configu- 
ration have been developed and installed. 
Ceramic substrate parts and related materials 
are being procured for the pre-production runs 
for the CY1.1-33 degree. The facility is being 
made ready. (Author) 



AD-417 643 Div. 8, 6, 2 
(TISTP/MFA) OTS price i6.60 

Aerospace Research, Iqc, Boston, Mass. 
TESTING OF IONOSPHERIC ABSORPTION MEASUREMENT 
EQUIPMENT AND STUDY OF IMPROVED TECHNIQUES FO^ 
DATA COLLECTION. 



Rept. for 1 Feb 62-31 Jan 63, 

by James B. Edson and Samuel C. Goldman. Apr 63, 

57p. Pub. no. 150 

Contract AF19 628 359, ProJ . MIPR520 62 

AFCRL 63 177 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Ionospheric propagation. 
Recording systems), ('Absorption, Measurement), 
('Electronic equipment. Tests), Calibration, 
Diodes, Analog-to-digital converters, Dipole 
antennas, Networks, Circuits, Feasibility 
studies. Impedance matching. Diurnal vari- 
ations, Admittance. 



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AD-417 685 Div. 8, 6 
(TISTE/JiS) OTS price $2.60 

Rome Air Development Center, Griffiss Air Force 

Base, N. Y. 

RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE FROM HIGH POKER 

EMITTERS TO COMMERCIAL AND ENTERTAINMENT 

EQUIPMENT, 

by Richard E. Rabe, George A. Long, and Hildred R. 

Butters. Aug 63, 22p. 

Proj. 4540. Task 454003 

RADC TDR63 287 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Radiof requency interference. 
Radar), ('Radar transmitters. Radio frequency 
interference), ('Television receivers. Radio 
frequency interference). Television receivers. 
Audio amplifiers. Very high frequency. Ultra- 
high frequency. Suppressors. Intermediate fre- 
quency amplifiers. Filters (Electromagnetic 
wave), Radiof requency power. 

New Air Force radars operating in the VHF and UHF 
ranges have compounded the problem of electro- 
magnetic compatibility. Radio frequency inter- 
ference to civilian and military electronics 
equipment is enormous. Methods of suppression 
of this interference, using the susceptibility 
of TV and hi-fi sets as typical examples of 
equipment to r-f energy, are discussed. (Author) 



AD-417 697 Div. 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price |7.60 



Pioneer Central Div., Bendix Corp., Davenport, 
Iowa. 

RESEARCH NORK FOR FREQUENCY TEMPERATURE COMPENSA- 
TION TECHNIQUES FOR QUARTZ CRYSTAL OSCILLATORS. 
Quarterly rept. no. 3, 1 Jan-31 Mar 63. 
1 Aug 63, 1v. Pub. no. 2715 63 
Contract DA36 039sc90782 

Dsclassified report 



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ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT - Division 8 



This report covers two types of temper 
pensation of crystal oscillators, the 
method' and the 'capacitor-diode netho 
ious approaches to using varicaps in d 
compensation schemes were investigated 
the objects of investigating various c 
circuits is to find different compensa 
voltage versus temperature characteris 
determine if there is an optimum volta 
temperature characteristic that can be 
A graphical approach to compensation u 
capacitor-diode method is discussed, 
the predicted and actual curves of del 
temperature are included to illustrate 
racy of the graphical approach to comp 
The thermistor-resistor networks requi 
compensation are discussed along with 
transient problem. Aging data on temp 
compensated crystal oscillators is als 
(Author) 



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AD-417 703 
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Div. 8 
OTS price $3.60 



Micro State Electronics Corp., Murray Hill, N. J. 

LON NOISE TUNNEL DIODE MIXERS AND CONVERTERS. 

Technical note no. 2, 31 May-30 Sep 62, 

by Raoul Pettai and Stuart Becker. 1 Hay 63, 

36p. 

Contract AF30 602 2631, Proj. 5573, Task 557301 

RADC TDR63 325 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Tunnel diodes. Frequency 
converters), ('Crystal mixers. Tunnel diodes). 
Theory, Analysis, Noise (Radio), Reduction, 
Frequency stabilizers. Gain, Sensitivity, 
Ultra high frequency, X-band, Gallium com- 
pounds. Antimony compounds. Processing. 

The theoretical analysis of the tunnel diode 
converter has been extended, giving special 
attention to stability and non-sinusoidal local 
oscillator voltage wave shape. A criterion for 
stability has been defined utilizing the concept 
of sensitivity of gain. The sensitivity function 
is then applied to the input (KF) and the output 
(IF) circuits of the converter to analyze the 
effects of mismatched source and load on the 
performance of the converter. The effect of 
non-sinusoidal local oscillator is considered. 
Two analytical methods for calculating the 
modified conductance coefficients of the con- 
verter for the non-sinusoidal case are outlined 
in detail. Experimental models of the UHF tun- 
nel diode converter built in microstrip are dis- 
cussed and a number of measured results are pre- 
sented. The experimental effort on the X-Band 
.tunnel diode converter has begun. A new circuit 
utilizing coaxial components is being designed. 
Design principles of special tunael diodes for 
the X-Band converter are outlined. Refinements 
in fabrication techniques have led to improved 
gallium antimonide units, featuring extremely 
low (O.lnH) lead inductances and high (>25Gc) 
cutoff frequencies. (Author) 



AD-417 706 Div. 8, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $7.60 

Pacific Semiconductors, Inc., Lawndale, Calif. 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE. TRANSISTOR, VHF, 

SILICON. POWER (75W). 

Quarterly rept. no. 3, 1 Jan-31 Mar 63, 

by R. N. Clarke, R. C. Neville, and J. N. Ewins. 

31 Mar 63, 76p. PSI Rept. no. 3000 47Q3 

Contract DA36 039sc86733 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Transistors, Production), 



('Production, Transistors), Very high frequency, 
Silicon, Power, Processing, Electrical proper- 
ties. Manufacturing methods. 

Efforts were continued on the establishment of a 
production engineering measure for VHF silicon 
power transistors. A summary is given of current 
processes which indicates that the majority of 
present effort is an attempt to maintain tight 
line surveillance and so increase device reli- 
ability and line yield. A study was made of the 
device in order to determine design and process 
weaknesses. It is shown that device performance 
falls short of requirements in power dissipation 
capability and is adequate in power gain and 
delivered power. (Author) 



AD-417 720 Div. 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $8. 



10 



Bureau of Naval Weapons, Navy Dept., 

Was hi ngton , D . C . 

HANDBOOK PREFERRED CIRCUITS NAVY AERONAUTICAL 

ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. VOLUME II. SEMICONDUCTOR 

DEVICE CIRCUITS. 

1 Apr 63, 1v. 

NAVWEPS 16 1 519 2, Supplement no. 1 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Semiconductor devices. 
Circuits), ('Transistor amplifiers. Handbooks), 
Design, Electronic equipment. Voltage 
regulators. Power supplies, Gates (Circuits), 
Relaxation oscillators. Electronic relays. 
Video amplifiers. Amplifiers, Intermediate 
frequency amplifiers. Crystal oscillators. 
Radio frequency amplifiers. 



The purpose of 
to document pr 
encourage thei 
a i r borne elect 
technological 
to produce ver 
electronic equ 
possible a few 
Circuits Handb 
Furthermore, s 
efficient use 
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programs, shor 
and lower inve 
good design pr 
the preferred 
active partici 
manufacturer i 
ci s i ng the mat 
and in submi 1 1 
for inclusion 



the Preferred Ci 
oven electronic c 
r use in the desi 
ron i c equi pment . 
advances have mad 
satile, reliable, 
ipment to a degre 

years ago. Use 
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avings can be rea 
of engineering ma 
rcuit failures, f 
ter research and 
ntories wi thout a 
actices. The ult 
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pation of the des 
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rcuits Handbook is 
ircuits and to 
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Present day 
e it possible 

mi niatur ized 
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of Preferred 
tion to this end . 
lized in more 
npoMr, more rapid 
ewe^educational 
development time 
ny sacrifice of 
imate success of 
depends upon the 
ign and equipment 
ircuits, in criti- 
n the Handbook, 
dditional circuits 
(Author) 



AD-417 752 Div. 8, 24 
(TISTA/VGW) OTS price $1.60 



RCA Industrial Tube Products, Lancaster, Pa. 
APPLIED RESEARCH ON HIGH RESOLUTION CAMERA TUBES. 
Interim technical documentary rept. no. 4i 1 Apr- 
31 Aug 63, 

by P. Herold, A. A. Rotow, and 0. H. Schade, Sr. 
17 Sep 63, 18p. BPSN Rept. no. 2 670 4156 41653 
Contract AF33 657 7939 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Camera tubes, Design), Cathode 
ray tube screens. Electron guns. Electron beams, 
Electrodes, Electron tube parts. Electron mul- 
tipliers. Cathodes (Electron tubes). Resolution, 
Television cameras. 

t 

Continued research is reported on positive-grid 
electron guns. The new effort is concerned with 



tl 



Division 8 - ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 



cathode, electron gun and electro 
and with the developaent of a sys 
operation of a camera tube of the 
type. It is also a continuation 
developing a target structure con 
requireaents for a high sensitivi 
capable of 1500 television lines 
percent sine-wave response over a 
foraat. The handling procedures 
targets was further developed and 
in this area is continuing. Spec 
equipment was built and assembled 
test and evaluate the tubes being 
this contract. (Author) 



B beam problems: 
tern for cycled 

image orthicon 
of work in 
sistent with the 
ty camera tube 
per inch at 30 

2x2 in. 
for processing 

refined. Work 
ial testing 

in order to 

built under 



AD-417 IbK Div. 8 

(TISTE/J*tS) OTS price $3.60 

Motorola Inc., Chicago, 111 
DATA TRANSMISSION INVESTIGATION. 
Quarterly progress rept. no. 3« 11 Mar 63- 
10 June 63, 

by R. F. Salava. 10 June 63. 38p. Rept. no. 7 
Contract DA36 039sc90728, Proj. 3B31 07 001 

Unclassified report 

Continuation of Contract OA36 0398c90728 

Descriptors: (*Data transmission systems. 
Radio communication systems), (*Radio com- 
■nnication systems. Data transmission sys- 
tems). Coding, Errors, Frequency shift keyers. 
Tests, Modulators, Demodulators, Radiofre- 
queacy interference. Digital systems, Mod- 
ulation. 

Field test results of various modems operating 
over the AN/VRC-12 radio set are presented. Map 
profiles of each data link are shown and the 
average error rates are given for digital data 
transmission at rates from 300 to 4.800 bps. Bit 
error rates vary depending upon the site and bit 
rate. The errors are analyzed for multiple error 
characteristics and the probability of receiving 
a message error free as a function of message 
length. Photographs of the frequency spectra 
generated by each modem at their various bit 
rates are presented and used to discuss the 
relative bandwidth requirements of the modems. 
The performance of the FSK (AN/TYC-1 ,XCi-2) . Di- 
Phase and Quad-phase modems in the presence of a 
controlled impulse moise test while operating at 
1200 bps is shown in graphical form. A multi-fre- 
quency modem is being constructed for the HF data 
transmission study phase of the contract. The 
modem will have the capability of 18 bit rates 
and will be used in the investigation of the 
short range HF data transmission. System block 
diagrams of the multi-frequency modem are pre- 
sented, and the performance of the clock genera- 
tor and clock recovery circuits is discussed. 
The>limits of the codecs error correcting and 
detecting capability are shown, and the code's 
performance when these capabilities are exceeded 
is discussed. (Author) 



AD-iH7 755 Div. 8 
(TISTE/AM) OTS price |2.60 

Radio Corp. of America, Harrison, N. J. 
THERMOELECTRIC POWER MODULES. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 2, 15 Apr-15 July 63, 
by Hans P, Van Heyst. 15 July 63, 23p. 
Contract DA36 039amc00l 10E , Proj. 1G6 22001A053 03 

Unclassified report 

OescPiptorst (*Theraoelectr icity , Generators), 
(•Modules (Electronic), Thermoelectricity), 
Tests, Performance (Engineering), Tables, Heat 
transfer. Aluminum, Weight, Semiconductors, 
Silicon, Germanium, Data, Electrical proper- 



ties. Measurements, Electric potential. 
Resistance (Electrical), Power, Temperature, 
Time. 



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mperature 
(Author) 



AD-A17 757 Div. 8 
(TISTW/HSS) OTS price $9.10 



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Rome Air Development Center, Griffiss Air Force 

Base, N. Y. 

NETWORK SYNTHESIS WITH HDLTIWIRE LINES. 

by A. Matsumoto. Aug 63, 98p. 

Proj . 8505 

RADC TDR63 369 Unclassified report 

Descriptors; ('Electrical networks. Synthesis), 
Transmission lines. Wave transmission, 
Propagation, Synthesis. Networks, Theory. 
Matrix algebra. Mathematical analysis. 
Linear sys terns ■ 

This is a monograph containing six papers on the 
synthesis of linear networks with multiple wire 
transmission lines. Paper 1 discusses propagation 
along multiwire lines with emphasis upon the 
lossless case. Paper 2 investigates fundamental 
properties of multiwire networks in terms of 
open and short circuit terminations at one end. 
Pole properties of impedance and admittance 
matrices are obtained. Paper 3 shows how line 
constants can be calculated from line dimensions. 
Paper U treats 2-wire line synthesis of Darling- 
ton C and Brune sections. Papers 5 and 6 treat 
distributed equivalents of Darlington Type C and 
Brune sections respectively. (Author) 



AD-A17 791 Div. 8 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price 13.60 

Stanford Research Inst., Menlo Park. Calif. 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF 150-FOOT STEERABLE 

PARABOLIC ANTENNAS. 

Final rept., 

by John C. Schlobohm and George K. Durfey. 

May 63, 33p. 

Contract AF19 604 5912. Proj. 8653, Task 00001 

AFCRL 63 677 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Parabolic antennas. Scientific 
research). Supports, Structural parts. Design, 
Tests, Radio astronomy. 



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s report provides a brief description of the 

completely steerable 1 50-f oot-diamet er para- 
ic antennas constructed by Stanford Research 
titute at Stanford. California and Hamilton, 
sachusetts. The antennas are to be used for 
io and radar astronomy and will be operated 
conjunction with other equipment yet to be 
tailed. A list of drawings used in construc- 
n of the antennas is included for reference, 
ults of measurements of dynamic testing of the 
enna located at Stanford are also presented, 
thor) 



22 



9. FLUID MECHANICS 



AD-417 156 Div. 9 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price 14.60 



Army Missile Command, Redstone 4rseaal, 

Huntsville, Ala. 

REAL GAS FLOW FIELD PROPERTIES ABOUND BLUNT 

CONES VOLUME I, 

by B. Z. Jenkins. 19 Aug 63. 36p. Rept. no. 

RF TR63 18 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Bluat bodies, Hypersonic 
flow). ('Hypersonic flow, Blunt bodies). 
Angle of attack, Thermodynamic*, Three- 
dimensional flow. 



A compilation of real gas, angle of attack, 
flow field data for spherically blunted cones 
is presented in two volumes. Volume I contains 
the general discussion of flow fields and 
representative data. Volume II contains detailed 
tabulations of. flow field data. Spherically 
blunted conet at reentry altitudes and Mach 
numbers were determined from the General Applied 
Sciences Laboratory (GASL) Three Dimensional 
Flow Field Program. (Author) 



AD-417 182 Div. 9, 1 
(TISTA/FRL) OTS price $1.00 

Systems Technology, Inc., Inglewood, Calif. 

TOPICS ON FLEXIBLE AIRPLANE DYNAMICS. PART I. 

RESIDUAL STIFFNESS EFFECTS IN TRUNCATED MODAL 

ANALYSIS, 

by B. F, Pearce. July 63, 26p. 

Contract AF33 657 8374, Proj. 8219, Task 821901 

ASD TDR63 334, Pt. 1 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Airframes, Aeroela stlclty) . 
Jet planes. Aerodynamic characteristics. 
Stability, Aerodynamic loadina. Equations, 
Motion. Dynamics. E la stici ty.l { 



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AD-417 224 Div. 9 
(TISTE/JBN) OTS price $2.60 



Hd. 



Naval Ordnance Lab.. White Oak, 

THE N, 0. L. 10.000 ATM. BALLISTIC PISTON 

COMPRESSOR. I. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION, 

by George T. Lalos. Sep 63. I6p. 

NOL TR63 96 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('High-pressure compressors. 



FLUID MECHANICS - Division 9 

Gases), ('Gases, High-pressure compressors). 
High pressure research, High-temperature re- 
search. Density. Tests. Pistons. Compressor 
parts. 



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AD-417 234 Div. 9. 1. 12 
(TISTAASK) OTS price $2.00 

Systeat Technology. Inc.. Inglewood, Calif. 

TOPICS ON FLEXIBLE AIRPLANE DYNAMICS. PART III, 

COUPLING OF THE RIGID AND ELASTIC DEGREES OF 

FREEDOM OF AN AIRFRAME, 

by H. R. Pass. B. F. Pearce. and J. Wolkovitch. 

July 63. 70p. 

Contract AF33 657 8374, Proj. 8219. Task 821901 

ASD TDR63 334, pt. 3 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Airframes, Aeroelasticity) , 
Dynamics. Stability, Detectors. Deformation. 
Flight control systems. Elasticity, Air- 
plane!. Automatic pilots. Equations, Motion. 



The dynamic coupling of rigid and elastic de- 


grees of freedom of an airplane are described 


by two methods. In the first. 


coupling is de- 


scribed by the changes in airframe character- 


istic equation roots caused by 


the introduc- 


tlon of coupling terms to the equations of mo- 


tion. The second method employs nodal response 


coefficients to compare the relative amplitudes 


of rigid and elastic degrees of freedom at each 


coupled mode frequency. Simple literal expres- 


sions are obtained for each of 


these descrip- 


tors and physical interpretations given. Time 


vector diagrams are also used 


10 show the major 


parameters affecting coupling. 


(Author) 



AD-417 238 
(TISTA/VGW) 



Div. 9, 1. 15 
OTS price $1.50 



Systems Technology Inc., Inglewood. Calif. 
TOPICS ON FLEXIBLE AIRPLANE DYNAMICS. PART II. 
THE APPLICATION OF FLEXIBLE AIRFRAME TRANSFER 
FUNCTION APPROXIMATIONS AND THE SENSITIVITY OF 
AIRFRAME TRANSFER FUNCTIONS TO ELASTIC MODE 
SHAPES, 

by B. F. Pearce and R. K. Siskind. July 63. 45p. 
Contract AF33 657 8374. Proj. 8219, Task 821901 
ASD TDR63 334, Pt 2 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Jet planes. Airframes), ('Air- 
frames. Aeroelasticity). Mathematical analysis. 
Deformation. Elasticity. Aerodynamic configura- 
tion. Functions, Numerical analysis. Stability, 
Dynamics. 

The generality of the airframe transfer function 
factor approximation formulas presented in ASD- 
TDR-279 is tested by applying them to three dif- 
ferent aircraft. The equations of motion for 
the test cases are presented and the exact and 
approximate factors have been tabulated. The 
approximation formulas are then utilized to cal- 
culate the sensitivity of the flexible airframe 
transfer function factors to mode shape. The 
formulas are given in teras of airplane stability 



as 



Division 9 - FLUID MECHANICS 



derivatives Mhich in turn are functions of the 
elastic node deflections. Then, using the re- 
sults of ASD-TDR-62-279, the desired sensitivity 
is readily calculable. Many of the transfer 
function factors are shown to be relatively in- 
sensitive to node shape, thus allowing effective 
approximation. A review of the literature per- 
taining to approximate methods for calculating 
elastic mode shapes is presented in the form of 
an annotated bibliography. (Author) 



AD-417 ZLU Div. 9, 1, 12 

(TISTA/LSK) OTS price |1.00 

Systems Technology, Inc., Inglewood, Calif. 
TOPICS ON FLEXIBLE AIRPLANE DYNAMICS. PART IV. 
COUPLING OF THE RIGID AND ELASTIC DEGREES OF 
FREEDOM OF AN AIRFRAME - AUTOPILOT SYSTEM. 
Bepi. for 15 Mar 62-15 Feb 63, 
by H. R. Pass and B. F. Pearce. July 63, 2^p. 
Contract AF33 657 8374.. Proj . 8219, Task 821901 
ASD TDR63 334, pt. 4 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Airframes, Aeroelastici ty ) , 
Dynamics, Stability, Detectors, Deformation, 
Flight control systems, Elasticity, Air- 
planes, Automatic pilots. Equations, Motion. 



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AD-417 254 Div. 9 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $9.10 

United States Rubber Co., Wayne, N. J. 
HYDROELASTIC BEHAVIOR. COMPLIANT COATINGS, 
-by F. W. Boggs and N. Tokita. 19 June 63, lOOp. 
Contract N0w60 0676c, Proj. 100 61 56 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Coatings, Elasticity), (*Fluid 
flow. Coatings), Drag, Thickness, Reynolds 
' ■■■ber. Numerical methods and procedures, 
Mater, Boundary layer. Stability, Flutter, Ve- 
locity, Surface properties, Water waves. Flat 
plate models. Pressure, Equations, Integral 
transforms, Hydrodynamics. 

This report describes the interaction of a flexi- 
ble surface with incompressible flow. It is 
shown that there are critical speeds above which 
the surface will be subject to static divergence 
or flutter. Below these speeds, the flexible 
surface may delay transition. (Author) 



AD-417 255 Div. 9. 15 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $3.60 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., Troy, N. ¥. 

THE STRUCTURE OF NONLINEAR CELLULAR SOLUTIONS TO 

THE BOUSSINESQ EQUATIONS. 

by Lee A. Segel. 12 Aug 63, 31p. 

Unclassified report 



Descriptors: (•Stability, Theory), ("Connec- 
tion, Thermal expansion), Models (Simulations), 
Equations, Fluids, Nonlinear differential 
equations. Fluid mechanics. Numerical methods 
and proceedures. 



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AD-417 329 Div. 9, 25 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $2.60 

Cornell U. , Ithaca, N. ¥. 

THE HYDROMAGNETICS OF AN ELLIPSOID MOVING IN A 

CROSS-FIELD 

by G. S. S. Ludford and M. P. Singh. July 63, 

17p. Technical rept. no. 4 

Contract Nonr401 46 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Magnetohydrodynamics , In- 
compressible flow), (*Fluid mechanics, 
Magnetohydrodynamics) , Electric fields. 
Particles, Ellipsoids, Electrical conductance. 



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(TISTP/HG) 



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OTS price $1 . 60 



Battelle Memorial Inst., Geneva (Switzerland). 
CONTRIBUTION OF THREE-BODY INTERACTIONS TO THE 
ENERGY OF VACANCY FORMATION IN SOLID ARGON, 
by L. Jansen. 23 Apr 63. 12p. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Argon, Solid), (*Helium 
group gases. Solidified gases), ('Crystal 
structure, Helium group gases), Phase studies. 
Stability, Specific heat, Measurements, 
Crystal lattices. Energy, Perturbation theory. 
Atoms, Molecules, Models, Equations, Numeri- 
cal analysis, Solid-state physics. Crystal- 
lization, N-body problem. 

The discrepancy between the calculated value of 
the free energy of vacancy formation in solid 
argon and that obtained from an analysis of 
specific heat measurements, as established re- 
cently by Foreman and Lidiard. in interpreted in 
terms of three-body contributions on the basis 
of the theory developed by this author and 
Zimerinq to explain the absolute stability of 
the face-centered cubic configurations of 



24 



crystals of the heavy rare gas atoms. It is 
shown that the vacancy-energy deviation from 
the pair-potential value agrees in sign and 
magnitude with predictions resulting from the 
three-body theory. (Author) 



AD-417 466 
(TISTA/VGW) 



Div. 9. 
OTS price 



12 
13. 



60 



David Taylor Model Basin, Washington, D^ C. 

LONGITUDINAL AERODYNAMIC AND HEAT-TRANSFER 

CHARACTERISTICS OF A HEMISPHEBE-CYLINDER MISSILE 

CONFIGURATION WITH AN AERODYNAMIC SPIKE, 

by C. Carl Brindle and Michael J. Malia, 

July 63. 30p. 

DTMB AR1061 Unclassified report 



Jr. 



Deicriptors: ('Guided missiles. Wind tunnel 
models). Spheres, Cylindrical bodies. Blunt 
bodies. Supersonic characteristics. Spikes, 
Jets, Supersonic flow. Heat transfer. Lift, 
Pitch (Motion), Drag, Schlieren photography. 
Shock waves. Separation, Aerodynamic charac- 
teristics. 



FUELS AND COMBUSTK)N - Division 10 

flow), ('Fluid flow. Angle of attack). 
Potential theory. Mathematical models. 
Vortices, Fluid dynamic properties. Slender 
bodies. Torpedo models, Water tunnels. 
Experimental data. Pressure, Distribution, 
Viscosity. 

An investigation to determine the difference 
fcetween the actual flow over a body of revolu- 
tion and that predicted by potential theory. 
Since this difference is primarily manifested in 
terms of vorticity in the flow field about the 
body, it is desired to determine, (1) how the 
vorticity is generated along the body, (2) how 
it is distributed, and (3) what are its most 
important components. If the axial component 
of vorticity is the largest component and con- 
centrates into a pair of symmetrical vortices 
it is also desired to investigate the forward 
attachment point of the concentrated vortices 
onto the body. (Author) 



The r 
vest i 
tion 
sma 1 1 
hemi s 
tests 
wind 
sect i 
f ects 
the 1 
chara 



esults are presented of a wind-tunnel in- 
gation of a hemisphere-cylinder configura- 
with an aerodynamic spike produced by a 

nozzle exhausting air from the center of the 
pherical nose at supersoaic speeds. The 

were conducted in the 18-inch supersonic 
tunnel of the Gas Dynamic Facility at test- 
on Mach numbers of 1.87 and 2.16. The ef- 

of angle of attack and supply pressure upon 
ongitudinal aerodynamic and heat-transfer 
cteristics are indicated. (Author) 



AD-417 662 
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Div. 9 
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60 



Lockheed Aircraft Corp., Sunnyvale, Calif. 
HYPERSONIC INTERACTION AT HIGH ALTITUDES, 
by J. A. Laurmann. 1 Sep 63, 1v. Rept. no. 
6 90 63 83 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Hypersonic flow. High altitude). 
Atmosphere entry. Viscosity, Fluid flow. Equa- 
tions, Shock waves. Boundary layer. Surface 
area. Pressure, Distribution, Theory, Linear 
systems. Reentry vehicles. 



The lines 
in approx 
slip boun 
two-dimen 
into acco 
and inner 
as the in 
results a 
tr ibut ion 
The theor 
types and 
phenomena 
on this t 



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imate 
dary 
s iona 
unt t 

vise 
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and 
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regi 
A 
opie. 



viscou 
form f 
condi t i 
1 leadi 
he shoe 
id boun 
tion be 
ven for 
compar i 
capable 
ons of 
future 
(Auth 



s flow eiq 
or hypers 
ons for t 
ng edge, 
k wave, t 
dary-laya 
tween the 

the surf 
son made 

of predi 
validity 
report wi 
or) 



uations are solved 
onic speeds with 
he ease of a sharp 

The results take 
he outer invi scid 
r flows, as well 
m. Explicit 
ace pressure dis- 
with experiment, 
ct i ng the var ious 
of interaction 
11 provide findings 



AD-417 713 Div. 9 
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Ordnance Research Lab., Penns(rlvania State U., 

University Park. 

REAL FLOW OVER A BODY OF REVOLUTION AT ANGLE 

OF ATTACK. 

by E. J. Rodgers. 28 Mar 63, I6p. Technical 

memo. 5 24 20 1 3 I 

Contract N0rdl6597 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Bodies of revolution. Fluid 



AD-417 749 Div. 9. 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $5.60 

Naval Ordnance Lab., White Oak, Md. 

THE EFFECT OF VARIABLE LEWIS NUMBER ON HEAT 

TRANSFER IN A DISSOCIATING GAS, 

by K. R. li:nkenhus. Sep 63, 15p. 

NOL TR63 145; AR Rept. no. 201 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Gases, Heat transfer), ('Heat 
transfer. Gases), ('Recombination reactions. 
Heat transfer). Dissociation, Mixtures. Mole- 
cules, Atoms, Friction, Fluid flow. Oxygen, 
Velocity, Temperature, Couette flow. Super- 
aerodynamics, Diffusion, Thermal radiation. 

A comparison is made of the variable and constant 
Lewis number solutions for the Couette flow of a 
dissociating gas composed of a binary mixture of 
atoms and molecules. The effect of Lewis number 
on heat transfer, skin friction and flow proper- 
ties is determined. Calculations are presented 
for oxygen for the cases of equilibrium flow and 
frozen flow with a fully catalytic wall. For 
both eases, the constant Lewis number Le which 
gives the same heat transfer rate as the variable 
Lewis number solution is determined. The results 
indicate that Le is a simple function of the wall 
and free stream Lewis numbers. It is only weakly 
dependent on free stream velocity and temperature. 
(Author) 



10. FUELS AND COMBUSTION 



AD-417 341 
(TISTM/AMS) 



OTS 



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price $2.60 



Aberdeen Proving 



Ballistic Research Labs. 

Ground, Md . 

A SUMMARY OF RECENT COMBUSTION INSTABILITY 

RESEARCH IN SOLID ROCKET PROPELLANTS AT THE BRL. 

by Leland A. Watermeier, Richard C. Strittmater, 

William P. Aungst, Samuel P. Pfaff, and Clifton 

Thompson. July 63. 34p. 

Pro.). 1A222901A211 

BRL Memo. rept. no. 1489 Unclassified report 



25 




Division 11 - GROUND TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 
Division 12 - GUIDED MISSILES 



A sunmary is presented of progress oade in the 
solid propellant cogibustion instability program 
at the Interior Ballistics Laboratory of BKL 
since the fall of 1962. Recent developments in 
the acoustic admittance measurements are pre- 
sented; a description of the apparatus and exper- 
imental objectives of a program on acoustic 
erosivity effects on propellant burning rates 
are given; and outside contract work on combus- 
tion instability which is supervised by BRL is 
reviewed. (Author] 



11. GROUND TRANSPORTATION 
EQUIPMENT 

No Entries 



AD-417 285 
(TISTW/AM) 



Div. 12 
OTS price $5. 



60 



Boeing Co., Seattle, Wash. 

AIR FORCE PLANT 77 FLIGHT ARTICLE MASS PROPER- 
TIES REPORT FOR WING II MISSILES 738-781, 
by R. L. Dramer. 23 Aug 63, 52p. 
Contract AF 0^ 694 ^46 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Guided missiles (Surface to 
surface), Data), (»li»eight. Distribution), 
Reports, Guided missile components. 

This document is prepared in accordance with 
BSD Exhibit 62-110 dated 3 August 1962, 'Missile 
Assembly Facility Requirements for Mass Proper- 
ties Data.' It contains the nominal sealant 
weight and balance summary for Wing II missiles, 
the weight effect of all changes incorporated at 
Plant 77 not reported in D2-139ii6-X, and a con- 
figuration page for each missile included in this 
report. (Author) 



12. GUIDED MISSILES 



AD-417 163 Div. 12, 18 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $7.60 

RAND Corp., Santa Monica, Calif. 

OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT SCHEDULING METHODS DERIVED 

FROM LABORATORY PROBLEM II (LP-Il) — A MANNED 

ICBM SIMULATION, 

by A. Sweetland. Nov 61. 69p. Memo. RM2669PR 

Contract AFil9 638 700 . 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (vGuided missiles (Surface to 
surface), Mobilization), Scheduling, Mainte- 
nance, Probabilities, Checkout procedures. 
Test methods. Operation, Guided missile 
personnel. Launching sites, Logistics, War 
potential. Military requirements. Simulation, 
Ma If unctions. 



AD-417 339 
(TISTW/DLW) 



Div. 12 
OTS price $1 



60 



This r 
and s u 
that a 
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to cr i 
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ppear, o 
for act 
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ing seve 
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ing var i 
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a 1 proxi 
el , Bene 
ment of 
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sta t us i 



scr i bes a nu 
chniques. A 
n the basis 
ua 1 Air Fore 
tic scheduli 
notions when 
1 function ; ( 
ra 1 schedule 
eckout proce 
ous lesser t 

simulation 
proved poten 
mity enhance 
h Repair, an 
responsibili 
accumula ted, 
n missile ta 



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(Author) 



AD-i;i7 268 Div. 12 
(TISTW/HS6) OTS price $1.60 

Hercules Powder Co., Kenvil, N. J. 

WING II HINUTEMAN THRUST REVERSAL SYSTEM WEAPON 

SYSTEM 133A. 

Progress rept. 1 Sep 62-28 Feb 63. 

6 Sep 63. 17p. *ept no. K35 MR100 3, (Suppl) 

Contract AF04. 6^7 243 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Retro rockets. Thrust reverse). 
Exhaust nozzles. Rocket motor nozzles. Rocket 
igniters. Thrust vector control systems. 
Transportation, Handling, Mounting brackets. 



Boeing Co., Seattle, Nash. 

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE FLIGHT ARTICLE MASS 

PROPERTIES REPORT FOR CTLI MISSILE AF 63-181 

(625), 

by J. R. Zaverl. U Sep 63, 13p. Rept. no. D2 

13954 625 

Contract AF04 647 757 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Guided missile components. 
Configuration), Weight. 



AD-417 378 Div. 12, 6 
(TISTA/VGW) OTS price $1.60 

Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (Japan). 

RADIO OBSERVATIONS OF USSR SATELLITE SHIPS. 

by Yoshiaki Nakata, Miyao Kan, Yasuharu Arima and 

Kazunori Araki. Nay 63, 12p. 

Contract AF62 531 1235, Proj . 1770 

AFCRL Rept. no. 63 489 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Satellites (Artificial), 
Orbital trajectories), ('Manned spacecraft. 
Orbital trajectories), High frequency, Radio 
signals. Radio transmission, Doppler effect. 
Tracking, Analysis, 

Analyses are presented of the Doppler frequency 
shift observed in the beacon signals and voices 
transmitted from the satellite ships which were 
launched in the USSR. (Author) 



AD-417 410 Div. 12, 32 
(TISTA/VGW) OTS price $1.10 

Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

NEW PHASE IN INVESTIGATING THE COSMOS, 

by L. Sedov. 23 July 63. 6p. 

FTD TT63 676 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Pravda, no. 229, p. 2, August 17, 
1962. 

Descriptors: ("Astronautics, Space flight). 
Manned spacecraft. Scientific research. 
Periodicals. 

Recent manned flight results have revealed ■ 



26 



INSTALLATIONS AND CONSTRUCTION - Division 13 



■ultltude of new possibilfties for future 
scientific investigations. Radio and TV communi' 
cations between cosmonaut and Earth have been 
Checked and highly valuable experience was 
obtained for subsequent flights. The action of 
a number of improved systems has been Investi- 
gated, systems assuring orientation, flight 
control and descent to Earth at piloted ships- 
satellites. Further experiments can now be 
conducted at an even greater scale and with 
greater reliability. (Author) 



AD-417 521 Div. 12 
(TISTA/LSK) OTS price $5.60 



Applied Physics Lab., Johns Hopkins U. , 
Silver Spring, Md. 

A SYSTEM FOR PASSIVE GRAVITY-GRADIENT STABILIZA- 
TION OF EARTH SATELLITES, 

by Robert E. Fischell and Frederick F. Mobley. 
Aug 63. 52p. Rept. no. TG514 
Contract N0w62 0604 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Attitude control svstems. 
Gravity), ('SateUites (Artificial), 
Stabilization), Satellite attitude. 
Stabilization systems. Extendable structures. 
Magnetic fields. 



The 
into 
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AD-417 698 
(TISTW/AAR) 



Div. 12 
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Boeing Co.. Seattle. Nash. 
MINUTEMAN MONTHLY FAILURE SUMMlRIES - AUGUST 1963. 
13 Sep 63, 1v. Document no. D2 5286 43 
Contracts AF04 694 107 and AFOi 647 289 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Guided missiles (Surface-to- 
surface). Failure (Mechanics)). ('Gu/ded 
missiles. Reliability). Aircraft equipment. 
Monitors. Launching, Operation, Data. 



AD-417 701 Div. 12 
(TISTP/FR) OTS price $1.60 



Air Force Proving Ground Coamaad, Eglin Air 

Force Base, Fla. 

PROJECT SPACE TRACK. A METHOD OF PREDICTING 

SATELLITE DECAY, 

by George B. Findley. Apr 61, I5p. 

Proj. 1772, Task 17721 f 

ESD TR61 38 Unclasstif led report 

Descriptors: ('Satellites (Artificial), Or- 
bital trajectories). Orbital trajectories. 
Degradation, Equations. 

Equations are derlred for predicting the decay 



day and decay revolution of a satellite. Only 
two parameters, obtained from the quadratic 
equation that predicts equatorial crossings, are 
used. Examples of predictions are given. 
(Author) 



AD-417 760 DiT. 12 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $2.60 

Boeing Co., Seattle, Nash. 

ACCEPTANCE SUMMARY REPORT FOR FTM 44^ EQUIPMENT 

COVERED BY THE FOLLOWING MODEL SPECS: S-133- 

1000-1-4, STL DOC. 6120-X130=DC002, 

by Carl J. Lish. 22 Aug 63, 17p. Rept. no. 

D2 10889 2, TOl. 57 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Guided missile components. 
Acceptability), Safety devices. Arming devices, 
Detonators, Quality control. Specifications, 
Visual inspection. 

AD-417 761 Div. 12 

(TISTW/AAR) OTS price $4.60 

Boeing Co., Seattle, Wash. 

ACCEPTANCE SUMMARY REPORT FLIGHT TEST MISSILE 

446, MODEL SPECIFICATION S-133-1007C, 

by Carl J. Lish. 22 Aug 63, 1v. (ept. no. 02 

10889 1 vol. 57 

Contract AF04 647 289 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Guided missiles (Su9face-to- 
surface) , Acceptability), Aircraft equip- 
ment. Specifications, Test equipment. Design, 
Functional analysis. Flight testing. 
Failure (Mechanics). 



13. INSTALLATIONS AND 
CONSTRUCTION 



AD-417 175 DJv. 13, 14 
(TISTE/OHD) OTS price $1.60 



Port Hueneme, 



Naval Civil Engineering Lab. 

Calif, 

COOPERATIVE MARINE PILING INVESTIGATION: PHASE 

2 — PILE DRIVING AT PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII, 

by H. Hochman. 29 July 63, I6p. 

Proj . Y ROO5 07 007 

NCEL TN503 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Piers, Creosote), ('Wood, 
Structural parts). Environmental tests. Sea 
water. Copper coatings. Copper compounds, 
Chromates, Ammonium compounds. Mercury com- 
pounds. Copper alloys. Nickel alloys. Sheets, 
Tests. 



The C 
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treat 
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evaluated a 

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a seconder 
the install 
(Author) 



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posed 66 spec 
r, Hawaii. T 
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alone 
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27 



Division 13 - INSTALLATIONS AND CONSTRUCTION 



AD-AI? 699 
(TISTM/BRW) 



Div. 13 
OTS price $19.75 



facilities. Specifications, Tests, Metal 
Joints . 



Genistron Inc., Los Angel>sv. Cal if . 

PROPOSED SPECIFICATIONS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC 

SHIELDING OF ENCLOSURES AND BlilLDINGS. 

Final rept. , 

by L, G. Jakubec, Jr. and H. H, Ohta. 31 July 63, 

309p. 

Contract NBy32220 

Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ('Buildings, Electromagnetic 
shielding), ("Structures , Electromagnetic 
shielding), ('Electromagnetic shielding. 
Bibliographies), ('Bibliographies, Electromag- 
netic shielding), Radiof requency , Materials, 
Effectiveness, Costs, Sheets, Metallic tex- 
tiles, Aluminum, Copper, Iron, Steel, Military 



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MATERIALS (NON-METALUC) - Division 14 



14. MATERIALS (NON-METALLIC) 



AD-417 108 Div. U, 17, 2Dl 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $9.60 | 

General Electric Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
TMO-GKOUP CONSTANTS FOR REACTOR MATERIALS, 
by Mary J. Stanley. May 58, 117p. Rept. no. 
APEX369 II 

Contract AF33 038 21102 II 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors! ("Reactor materials. Data), 
Neutron flux. Integral equations. Programming 
(Computers), Design, Tables, Temperature, 
Nuclear properties. 



In order to facilitate reactor design studies a 
compilation of calculated two-group constants 
averaged over the infinite-medium flux produced 
by a fission source has been made for approxi- 
mately 80 materials of interest to reactor 
engineers. A comparison with available ex- 
perimental age measurements is included. (Author) 



kO-UM 133 Div. U, 26 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $3.60 

Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Wrlght-Patlerson Air Force Baa«, Ohio. 

GRAPHITE CONTAINING REFRACTOBV MATERIALS 

(Graf itosoderzhashchchlye Ogneupory), 

by N. A. Golnshko. 22 June 63, 135p. 

FTD TT63 MA Unclassified report 

Trans, from Gosudarstvennoye Nauchno- 
Tekhnicheskoye Izdatel'stvo Uteratury Po 
Chernoy I Tsvetnoy Metallurgiij , pp. 1-110, 
Moskva - 1962. 



1i 



Descriptors: ('Refractory materials. Pro- 
duction), ('Graphite. Production), ('Produc- 
tion, Refractory materials), ('Crucibles, 
Production), Manufacturing methods. Molding, 
Clay, Carbides, Furnaces, Handbooks, Failure 
(Mechanics), Silicon compounds. Heat treatment. 

Production problems of graphite containing re- 
fractories having thermal stability are dis- 
cussed along with raw material properties, 
pr»paration, molding, product drying heat 
treatment, spoilage. Service conditions of re- 
fractories and their durability were studied. 
Designs of intermittent and kiln type furnaces 
are described in detail.. (Author) 



/kD-^17 153 Div. U, 17 
(TISTM/ODN) OTS price $U.50 

McDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. Louis, io. 

EFFECTS OF ANTI-SEIZING COMPOUNDS AND LUBRICANTS 

ON HIGH TEMPERATURE ALLOYS AT ELEVATED 

TEMPERATURES. 

Final rept. 

10 Sep 63, 200p. Rept. no. AOti 

Contract AF33 657 11215 

Unclassified report 



w 



Descriptors: ('Heat resistant metals and 
alloys. Lubricants). ('Lubricants. Heat 
resistant metals and alloys), ('Antiseize 
compounds. Heat resistant laetals and alloys). 
Compatibility, Lubrication. Tests. Chromium 
alloys. Nickel alloys. Cobalt alloys. Iron 
alloys. Stainless steel. Steel. Test methods. 
High temperature research. Microstructure, 
Photomicrography, Corrosion, Inorganic 
compounds. Experimental data. 



At the present time, very little 
available concerning the metallur 
of antiseizing compounds and lubr 
temperature alloys at elevated te 
results of the first phase of the 
that none of the compounds tested 
cant change in the microstructure 
observable at 250X, for temperatu 
At 1800F, however, considerable c 
present. The type and degree of 
with the different compounds and 
results of this test, it could be 
of the compounds tested would be 
use on these alloys at temperatur 
care should be used in selecting 
combination for use in the higher 
range. It should be noted that t 
only with the metallurgical effec 
pounds tested on metals in the un 
tion and no reference will be mad 
seizing, lubricating, or binding 
the compounds. A future series o 
being considered for obtaining th 
(Author) 



AD--i17 167 Div. U, 20 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $2.60 



information is 
gical effects 
ica nt s on high 
mperatures. The 
test indicate 
cause signifi- 
of the a Hoys , 
res up to 1000F. 
orrosion was 
corrosion varied 
alloys. From the 
assumed that any 
satisfactory for 
es to 1000F, but 
an alloy-compound 

temperature 
his report deals 
ts of the corn- 
stressed condi- 
e to the anti- 
capabilities of 
f tests are now 
is information. 



General Dyanmics Fort Worth, Tex. 

EFFECTS OF REACTOR RADIATION ON CERAMIC-BONDED 

SOLID-FILM LUBRICANTS, 

by F. A. Haley and R. H. McDaniel. 30 Aug 63, 

28p. Document no. NARF63 6T ; MR N302 

Contract AF33 657 7201 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Radiation damage, Lubricants), 
("Lubricants, Radiation damage), Radiation 
tolerance, Nuclear reactors, Ceramic materials. 
Bonding, Films, Solids, Lead compounds. 
Sulfides, Molybdenum compounds, Boron com- 
pounds. Oxides, Graphite, Sodium compounds. 
Silicates, Wear resistance. Life expectancy. 
Nickel alloys, Chromium alloys, Iron alloys. 
Titanium alloys. Niobium alloys. Aluminum 
alloys, Gamma rays, Dose rates. Tests, Test 
equipment. Calcium compounds. Fluorides, 
Experimental data. 

Two solid-film lubricant formulations (PbS + 
MoS2 •)■ B203 and MoS2 + graphite ■«■ sodium 
silicate) have been exposed to reactor 
radiation and tested for wear life on a Hohman 
A-6 wear tester. Substrate material was Inconel 
X, rub shoes were of Rex AAA, load per shoe was 
110 lb, and sliding speed was 128 ft/min. 
Several test temperatures up to 1200 F were 
employed. It was concluded that a gamma dose of 
1.A7 X 10 to the 11th power ergs/gm(C) and a 
neutron flux of 2.85 x 10 to the l6th power n/sq 
cm had no significant effect on the wear life of 
these films. (Author) 



AD-ii17 2U Div. U 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price 1^.60 

Arizona State U., Tempe. 

HYPOTHESIS ON THE NATURE OF COHESIVE BONDS IN 

PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE, 

by Anthony D. Rynties. July 63, ^6p. 

Unclassified report 

Master's thesis. Original contains color plates; 
all DDC reporduct ions will be in black and white. 
Original may be seen in DDC Hq. 

Descriptors: ('Cements, Bonding), ('Concrete, 
Bonding), Stresses, Failure (Mechanics), Exper- 
imental data. Theory, Tests, Gel, Particles, 
Ions, Analysis, Bonding, Soil mechanics, Me- 
chanical properties. 



29 



Division 14 - MATERIALS (NON-METALUC) 



Failure of concrete speciaens, 
is largely coHpoied of aggrega 
cates that the itreagth of con 
the strength and anabfelr of gel 
Aggregate particles exhibit a 
which attracts a cload of char 
tions to their oater sarface. 
tive force between two sack pa 
increased. by a collapsiag of t 
this iadicates that an appreci 
crease can be obtained in this 
best of the author's knowl»dge 
cept is a new and original app 
planation of concrete strength 
contained herein cannot, of co 
as full and final proof of thi 
ever they do give the iapressi 
in concrete strength is a dist 
continued research along this 
(Author) 



along a plane that 
te surfaces, indi- 
crete is limited by 
-aggregate bonds, 
negative charge, 
ge-balancing ca- 

Since the attrac- 
rticles can be 
hese cation clouds, 
able strength i n- 

■anner. To the 
, this cation eon- 
roach to the ex- 

The experisents 
urse, be considered 
s hypotheses. How- 
on that iaproveaent 
inct possibility of 
line of reasoning. 



AD-A17 219 Oiv. U, 17, 1 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS pTice $^.60 

McDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. Louis, Mo. 

EFFECTS OF TEXO #502AF AND PENNSALT CLEANER ^U 

PAINT STRIPPERS ON COMMONLY USED AIUCKAFT 

MATERIALS. 

Final rept. 

10 Sep 63, 40p. Rept. no. A074 

Contract AF33 657 11215 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Aircraft finishes. Cleaning 
compounds), ("Cleaning compounds. Corrosion), 
(•Paint removers. Corrosion), Steel, Aluminum 
sslloys. Cadmium, Hydrogen embr i ttlement , 
Magnesium alloys. Titanium alloys. Salt 
spray tests. Tensile properties. Failure 
(Mechanics), Loading (Mechanics). 



Epoxy paint used on F4.H 
ently being stripped by 
creased epoxy paint requ 
ping operations are urge 
costly hand stripping, 
sary to determine if the 
paint strippers have any 
materials they will cont 
tensile strength specime 
paint strippers under co 
operating conditions. P 
weight change, discolora 
corrosion. The panels w 
salt spray, in accordanc 
of Federal Test Method S 
20;( salt solution. (Auth 



detail parts is 
hand. Because 
irements, tank 
ntly needed to 
Therefore, it i 
proposed tank 
deleterious ef 
act. Test pane 
ns were immerse 
ndit ions s imul a 
anels were chec 
tion, and evide 
ere then placed 
e with Method 8 
tandard 151, us 
or) 



pres- 
of in- 
strip- 
eliminate 
s neces- 
type 

fects on 
1 s and 
d in the 
t ing 
ked for 
nee of 

in the 
11.1 
ing a 



AD-iil7 258 Div. U, U 

(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $1.60 

Frick Chemical Lab., Princeton U., N. J. i 

RELAXATION OF DISULFIDE AND TETRASULFIDE 

POLYMERS, 

by A. V. Tobolsky, W. J. MacKnight and M. 

Takahashl. Sep 63. lOp. Rept. no. RLT65 

Contract Nonr185807, ProJ . NR356 377 

Unclassified report 

DescriDtors: ("Organic compounds. Synthetic 
rubber), ("Synthetic rubber, Relaxation time). 
("Polymers, Sulfides), ("Sulfides. Synthetic 
rubber), ("Relaxation time. Synthetic rubber). 
Elastoaers, Sulfur, Copol ymer i zati on. Stresses, 
Plastici zers , Elasticity, Organic sulfur com- 
pounds, Alkenes, Viscosity. 

The cheaorheology of crosslinked polyethylene 
disulfide, polyethylene tetrasulfide and mixtures 
of these polymers with elemental sulfur is inves- 
tigated. It is shown that stress decay in the 



disulfide polyaer occurs by scission of the 
small quantities of higher polysulfide linkages 
present in the network. It is also shown that 
elemental sulfur decreases the chemical relaxa- 
tion time in crosslinked polyethylene disulfide 
in a predictable manner. (Author) 



AD-417 365 Dlv. U, 8, 25 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $1.60 

Army Engineer Research aad Development Labs. 

Ft. Belvoir. Va . 

PREPARATION OF THERMOSTABLE BRIGHT SILVER 

COATINGS FOR PHOTOELECTRIC CATHODS, 

by Yu. V. Golbrelch. 19 Mar 58, 16p. 

AERDL T 1691 unclassified report' 

Trans, from Zhurnal tekhnlcheskoy fizikl (J. of 
Techn. Physics) 8; 13-U. pp. 1229-123^, 1958. 

Descriptors: ("Silver, Coatings), ("Glass, 
Metal coatings), ("Cathodes. Metal coatings), 
("Coatings. Cathodes). Plating, Ions. Silver 
compounds. Nitrates. Stability. Temperature, 
Phototubes, Ammonia, Light transmission, Opti- 
cal properties, Reflection, Optical equipment 
components, Optical coatings, Films, Metal 
f i 1ms . 

The basic processes are discussed iSniTch are in- 
volved in chemical silver-plating of glass sur- 
faces. Some optical phenomena observed in 
transmitted and reflected light are described. 
A silvering method is proposed (a modification 
of Breshir's procedure). The technique yields 
a silver film designed to meet all technologi- 
cal requirements for nontranspa rent and semi- 
transparent photoelectric cathodes. (Author) 



AD-417 389 Div. U 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $1.60 

Naval Applied Science Lab., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

REPORT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ON 

EROSION RESISTANCE OF GUSS REINFORCED PLASTIC 

MATERIALS. 

Final rept . , 

by Paul M. Goldfarb. 12 Sep 63, 1 7p.. 

Pro.j . SR007 03 QU 

NASL Lab. proj. 6045 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Laminates, Erosion), ("Lam- 
inated plastics. Reinforcing materials). Glass 
textiles. Heat resistant plastics. Plastics, 
Epoxy plastics, Polyester plastics. Wear re- 
sistance. Coatings, Plastic coatings. Abrasives, 
Sea water. 



The erosi 
tic lamin 
for min in 
Naval App 
method fo 
f 1 owing s 
was devel 
invest iga 
ester and 
purpose 1 
Dacron, D 
been show 
coatings 
have also 
against e 



on resi 
ates ha 
i zing e 
lied Sc 
r deter 
ea wate 
oped an 
tion in 

epoxy 
aminate 
ynel, c 
n to be 
includ i 

been d 
rosion . 



stance 

s been 

rosion 

ience 

mining 

r cont 

d is d 

dicate 

lamina 

s. Su 

anvas 

ef f ec 

ng a m 

evelop 

(Aut 



of glass reinforced plas- 
investigated and materials 
have been developed at 
Laboratory. A new test 

erosion resistance by 
aining abrasive particles 
escribed. Results of the 

that fire i^er■T^^»^l4._£»l y- 
tes are superior to g^?eral 
rface overlays such as 
and gel coats have also 
tive. Several surface 
odified epoxy formulation 
ed for maximum protection 
hor) 



AD-417 400 Div. U, 4 
(TISTM/REB) OTS price $4.60 

Borden Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
REINFORCED HIGH TEMPERATURE ELASTOMERS. 



90 



MATERIALS (NON-METALUC) - Division 14 



Quarterly progress rept. no. 31 1 Apr-30 June 63, 
by K. C. Tsou, R. N. Boldey and B. D. Halpern. 
30 June 63, 43p. 

Contracts DA36 034AMC3791 and ()A36 0340RD3523RD 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Elastomers, Silicone plastics), 
("Silicone plastics. Additives), ("Heat 
resistant materials. Elastomers), Talc, 
Tensile properties, Silicon compound. Oxides, 
Dioxides, Silanes, Synthetic rubber. Stability, 
Temperature, Tests, Ti tanium^ compounds , 
Netalorganic compounds. 



The use 
been fo 
tensile 
used wi 
improve 
nature 
ing eff 
Optimum 
Modific 
has bee 
results 
the tri 
in impr 
500 F a 
possibl 
si li can 
hrs at 
trimeth 
used, t 
improve 
filler 
500 F a 
with a 
polymer 



of cer 
und to 

Strang 
th modi 
ment ha 
of the 
ect of 

loadi n 
at ion 
n found 

from t 
methyls 
oving h 
nd test 
e now t 
e rubbe 
500 F. 
ylchlor 
he elon 
d. For 
gave a 
fter 48 
high mo 
(Aut 



tain grade 
improve th 
th of sili 
fled or un 
s been due 
talc as we 
the iron o 
g concentr 
f the fibr 

to be sue 
he use of 
ilyl (TMS) 
igh tensil 
ing at 500 
achieve 
r at 500 F 

When a fi 
osilane an 
gation at 

example, 
rubber hav 

hr aging 
lecular we 
hor) 



s of fibr 
e high te 
cone rubb 
modi fled 

to both 
11 as the 
xide pres 
ation has 
ous talc 
cessf ul, 
such mo d i 

modified 
e strengt 

F. It i 
tensi le 
. after a 
Her no d i 
d vinylch 
high temp 
a 35 part 
ing 290% 
at 500 F, 
ight dime 



ous t 
mpera 
ers, 
si lie 
the f 

heat 
ent i 

been 
by ch 
and i 
fied 

sili 
h on 
s the 
f 460 
ging 
fied 
lores 
erat u 
s of 
elong 

when 
thyls 



ale has 

ture 

when 

a. The 

ibrous 

-stabi liz- 

n talc. 

determined, 
lorosi lanes 
nitial 
tale and 
ea result 
aging at 
ref ore 

psi for a 
for 48 
with 

ilane was 
re was 
this 
ation at 

milled 
ilicone 



AD-417 406 Div. 14 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $1.60 

Army Electronics Research and i)evelopment 

Agency, Fort Monmouth, N. J, 

EVALUATION OF THE THERMAL KINETIC PARAMETERS OF 

NYLON 610 WITHOUT DEGRADATION, 

by Robert G. Lauttman. Aug 63^ 12p. 

DA Task 1 AO 10501B010 00 23 ji 

AELRDL Technical rept. no. 237^9 

Unclasajlf led report 



Descriptors: ("Nylon, Dehydration), Decompo- 
sition, Polymers, Temperature, Dielectric 
properties. Heat of activation, Chemical reac- 
tions. Relaxation time, Absorption, Reaction 
kinetics. 

The methods initiated by Freeman and Carroll 
for the evaluation of the kinetics of thermal 
decomposition have been applied to the thermal 
weight losses of Nylon 610 undergoing dehydra- 
tion from 20 C to 82.6 C. This has yielded the 
energy of activation and the order of reaction 
for this process. This activation energy is 
compared with the activation energies associated 
with the alpha and beta dielectric dispersions 
and it is suggested that these two intermediate 
dispersions for this polymer cannot be due solely 
to absorbed water. (Author) 



AD-417 436 Div. 14 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $2.60 



Lexington Labs., Inc., Cambridge, Mass. 

FEASIBILITY OF FORMING REFRACTORY FIBERS BY A 

CONTINUOUS PROCESS. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 1, 25 Feb-25 May 63, 

by William B. Campbell. 25 May 63, 24p. 

Contract DA19 020AMC0068X 

AMRA CR63 03 1 Unclasiified report 



Descriptors: ("Ceramic fibers. Production), 
("Refractory materials. Fibers), Aluminum 
compounds, Halides, Oxides, Oxidation, Reduc- 
tion (Chemistry), Recry stal 1 ization , High 
temperature research. Feasibility studies. 
Vapors, Phase studies, Crystal growth, Nu- 
cleation, Temperature. 

Methods for continuous formation of refractory 
fibers, or whiskers, by vapor phase growth are 
under investigation. The vapor phase processes 
are: (a) aluminum halide oxidation and (b) 
aluminum oxide reduction and recryst al li zat ion. 
Preliminary experimentation with the halide system 
at temperatures around 1200 C indicates that in 
order to obtain continuous fiber production, it 
is essential to (a) control the supersaturat ion , 
(b) control the temperature, and (e) probably 
provide suitable nuclei for crystal growth^ 
(Author) „^,.~A - 



::s 



AD-417 438 DiT. U, 12 
(TISTM/ODN) OTS price 19.10 

New Departure Div., General Motors Corp., 

Bristol, Conn. 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF AIRFRAME BEARINGS FOR 

AEROSPACE VEHICLES. 

Rept. for May 62-June 63, 

by R. J. Matt, J. B. Muratore, H. E. Murteza and 

C. J. Zupkus. Sep 63, 98p. 

Contract AF33 657 843I , Proj. 1315. Task 131501 

ASD TDH63 716 Unclassified report 

Report on Bearings and Mountings for Advanced 
Systems. 

Descriptors: ("Lubricants, Reentry vehicles), 
("Reentry vehicles. Airframe bearings), 
("Lubrication, Reentry vehicles), ("Airframe 
bearings. Reentry vehicles). Friction, Ceramic 
materials. Cermets, Alloys, Low-temperature 
research. High-temperature research. Low- 
pressure research. Control surfaces. Anti- 
friction bearings. Refractory materials. Tests, 
Space environmental conditions. Test equipment, 
Aluminum compounds. Oxides, Tantalum alloys, 
Beryllium alloys. Tungsten compounds, 
Silicides, Molybdenum compounds. Refractory 
coatings. Physical properties. Mechanical 
properties, Tables. 



The purpose of the program was 
materials performance character 
to design control surface beari 
space re-entry vehicles. The f 
and limiting load capacity of c 
alloy, cermet, and ceramic spec 
with and without lubricants, we 
temperatures of from -100 to 25 
Subsequent tests were run at te 
-100 to 1500 F in an ultrahigh 
from 10 to the -6th to 10 to th 
Results indicated significant d 
performance of the selected mat 
the tested lubricants provided 
improvement. (Author) 



to acquire the 
istics necessary 
ngs for future 
riction, wear, 
andidate super- 
imen materials, 
re studied at 
00 F in air. 
mperatures of from 
vacuum ranging 
e -9th power Torr. 
ifferences in 
erials. None of 
any significant 



AD-417 526 Div. 14. 30 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $1.60 

General Dynamics/Fort Worth, Tex. 

A STUDY OF THE COMPRESSION OF POLYTETHAFLOURO- 

ETHYLENr" (TEFLON) AT ULTRAHIGH PRESSURES. 

by R. D. Potter. 27 Dec 61, 17p. Rept. no. 

ERR FWI43 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Halocarbon plastics. Compressive 
properties), ("High pressure research, Halocar- 
bon plastics), ("Hydraulic presses, Halocarbon 



SI 



Division 14 - MATERIALS (NON-METALUC) 



plastics). Tablet, Teaptfrature, Deforaation, 
Sheets, Test equipaent. Materials. 

This study of Teflon vi- done in order to deter- 
aine the possible side effects of the coapressi- 
bility of-Teflon in relationship to its inciden- 
tal use in the Uni-Raa. Teflon is used in the 
Uni-Raa set-up as anti-friction sheeting between 
each anvil base and the tapered cone surface; it 
is also used as spacer discs between the anvil 
side faces in centering the sample and anvils. 
Conclusions of the data obtained in these coa- 
pressive studies of Teflon aust be somewhat lim- 
ited due to lack of absolute pressure values. It 
is apparent that the compressibility factors of 
Teflon do contribute to the overall h' (closing 
aoveaent of the top anvil in respect to the bot- 
toa support surface of the Uni-Ram, expressed in 
thousandths of an inch) values obtained with the 
Uni-Raa set-up. There is an indication that a 
possible calibration point will be valid in the 
range of zero to ten tons Ram Force, or the equiv- 
alent of about five kilobars. (Author) 



AD-4.17 599 Div. U, 26 
(TISTE/JBi) OTS price $1.10 

Pennsylvania State U. Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, University Park. 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION. 

Bi-monthly progress rept. no. 1, 25 May- 

25 July 60. 

by D. F. White. 29 July 60. 2p. 

Contract Nobs7867^ 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Ignition, Hydraulic fluids). 
(•Hydraulic fluids, Ignition). Hydraulic 
systems. High-pressure research. Tests, Pis- 
tons, Gases, Test equipment. Compressible 
flow, Heat transfer. Compressive properties. 
Pipes, Hydraulic models, Hazards, Temperature. 

Research concerns a study to gain an under- ^ 
standing of the physical processes which govern 
the ignition, by rapid compression, of hydraulic 
fluids. An experimental setup was designed, and 
most of the parts were ordered. Several tests 
were qade in the present apparatus to determine 
the motion of a piston inserted in the down- 
stream section. Analytical work was started on 
the problem of heat transfer from the compressed 
gas in the downstream section. Also see AD's 
i;l7 600 through ^17 6U. (Author) 

AD-^17 600 Div. U. 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.10 

Pennsylvania State U. Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture. University Park. 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION. 

Progress rept. no. 2 for 25 JuIy-25 No» 60, 

by D. F. White. 30 Nov 60, 8p. 

Contract N0bs78674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Ignition, Hydraulic fluids), 
(•Hydraulic fluids. Ignition), Hydraulic sys- 
tems. Test equipment. High-pressure research. 
Pipes, Instrumentation, Compressed air. Pis- 
tons, Analysis. Temperature, Gases. Hydraulic 
mod els . 

Research was continued on a study to gain an 
understanding of the physical processes which 
govern the ignition by rapid compression of 
hydraulic fluids. The construction of the test 
apparatus is essentially complete, and prelim- 
inary testing will begin shortly. A sketch of 
the layout is shown and a detailed description 
given of the apparatus. Also see AD's 4.17 599 
and 417 601 through 417 614. (Author) 



AD-417 601 Div. 14. 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.10 

Pennsylvania State U. . Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, University Park. 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION. 

Progress rept. no. 3, 26 Nov-26 Jan 61, 

by G. M. Faeth. 10 Feb 61. 12p. 

Contract N0bs78674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Ignition. Hydraulic fluids), 
(•Hydraulic fluids. Ignition), Hydraulic 
systems. High pressure research. Temperature, 
Compressive properties. Test equipment. Heat 
transfer. Gases. Hydraulic models. Pipes, 
Analysis. Hazards. 

Research was continued on a study of the physical 
processes which govern the ignition by rapid 
compression of hydraulic fluids. The construc- 
tion of the experimental apparatus was completed. 
A schematic diagram of the apparatus is shown, 
with a photograph of the valve and the test 
section. A description of the test apparatus and 
its operation is given. An analysis was made of 
the axial and radial transfer of h^at from a 
driven gas. Temperature profiles are given for 
various pipe diameters. Also see AD-417 599, 
417 600 and 417 602 to 417 614. (Author) 

AD-417 602 Div. 14, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.60 

Pennsylvania State U. . Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture. University Park, 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION. 

Progress rept. no. 4, 27 Jan-27 Mar 61, 

by G. M. Faeth. 31 Mar 6l , 15p. 

Contract Nobs78674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Hydraulic fluids, Ignition). 
(•Ignition, Hydraulic fluids). Hydraulic sys- 
tems. Pipes, Tests. Gases. Compressive flow, 
Heat transfer. Compressive properties. Hydrau- 
lic models, Instrumentation, Recording systems. 
Stability, Temperature, Mathematical models. 
Thermocouples, Transducers. Measurement. High 
pressure research. Hazards. Fluid flow. 



Research was 
processes whi 
compression o 
of simultaneo 
variables has 
i ns trumentat i 
initiation of 
interface was 
transfer effe 
was made usin 
model. Compr 
temperatures 
plate were st 
given. Also 
AO-417 603 to 



continued 
ch govern 
f hydrauli 
usly recor 

lead to c 
on. Evide 

Taylor in 

found. A 
c t s during 
g a rather 
ehensive m 
in various 
arted. Th 
see AD-417 

417 614. 



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the ig 

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ding a 

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(Auth 



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ds. 

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ments 
ions 
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the end 
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and 



AD-417 603 Div. 14, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1 . 60 

Pennsylvania State U., Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, University Park. 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION. 

Progress rept. no. 5, 27 Mar-27 May 61, 

by G. M. Faeth. 15 June 61 . lip. 

Contract N0b878674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»IgnltIon, Hydraulic fluids). 
(•Hydraulic fluids. Ignition). Pipes, Hydraulic 
systems, Compressive properties. Compressive 



32 



MATERIALS (NON-METALUC) - Division 14 



flow, Gases, Pipes, High prelture research. 
Hazards, Temperature, Measureaent, Hydraulic 
models, Convection, Theraocoaples , 
Inst rumen t at ion . 

Research wai continued on ■ stady of the physical 
processes which govern the ignition, by rapid 
compression, of hydraulic fluids. Tests were 
conducted to measure gas and wall temperature in 
a 3/8'' I.D. horizontal tube 5 ft. long for a 
range of release pressures and pressure rise 
rates. Tests were conducted to compare the gat 
temperature in a vertically and a horizontally 
aligned 3/8'* I.D. test section. Calculationt 
were made in an attempt to evaluate the con- 
vection heat transfer coefficients for the cool- 
ing period following the compression of the gas. 
Gas temperatures were calculated for a number of 
pressure rise rates in a 3/8'' I.D. test section, 
5 ft. long with a final pressure at the end of 
the compression process of 525 psig. The agree- 
ment between these calculated temperatures and 
the experimentally obtained true gas tempera- 
tures (found by extrapolating the indicated 
temperatures given by two thermocouples of 
different diameter) was found to be reasonably 
good. Due to the design of the thermocouple 
probes the temperature field at some locations 
in the driven gas was distributed. This neces- 
sitated some redesign of the instrumentation 
which seeas to have eliminated the difficulty. 
Also tee AD 417 599 to 417 602 and AD 417 604 to 
417 614. (Author) 



AD-417 604 Div. U. 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.60 

Pennsylvania State U., Coll of' Engineering and 

Architecture. University Park. 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION. Jj 

Progress rept. no. 6. 28 May-3i July 61, 

by G. M. Faeth. 7 Aug 61. 15p, 

Contract N0bs78674 

Unclatsjtfied report 

Descriptors: (•Ignition. Hydraulic fluids), 
(•Hydraulic fluids. Ignition). Hydraulic 
systems. High pressure resentch. Gases. Com- 
pressive flow. Compressive properties, Pipes, 
Hydraulic models. Hazards, Tests, Measurement, 
Temperature, Gas flow. Turbulence. Convection. 
Fluid flow. Compressed air. - 

Research was continued on a stady of the physical 
processes which govern the ignition, by rapid 
compression, of hydraulic fluids. Tests were 
conducted to measure gas and wall temperatures 
in a 7/8 in. I. D. horizontal tube 5 ft. long 
for a range of pressure rise rates and release 
pressures. Calculations of gas temperatures 
were made for (a) 3/8 in. I.D. x 5 ft. long 
horizontal test section at a final pressure of 
2500 psig. (b) 7/8 in. I.D. x 5 ft. long hori- 
zontal test section at final pressures of 525 
and 2500 psig. Two different pressure rite 
rates were employed in the calculations for 
each pipe size and each final pressure, one 
representing a relatively rapid compression, the 
other a relatively slow compression. The calcu- 
lated values of the gas temperature were then 
compared with the experimentally determined 
values. A survey of the literature was made on 
the development of a natural convection flow 
pattern. The results of this investigation 
have indicated that there is probably sufficient 
tiae for the development of sach a flow in the 
process of venting high pressure air into a dead 
ended section of pipe. Also see AD-417 599 to 
417 603 and AD-417 605 to 417 6I4. (Author) 



AD-417 605 Div. 14, 26 * 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.60 

Pennsylvania State U. . Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, University Park. 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION. 

Progress rept. no. 7. 1 Aug-30 Sep 61, 

by G. M. Faeth. 10 Oct 61, 17p. 

Contract Nobs78674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Ignition, Hydraulic fluids), 
(•Hydraulic fluids. Ignition), High pressure 
research, Hydraulic systems. Gases. Com- 
pressible flow. Compressive properties. Hy- 
draulic valves. Time. Fluid flow. Air, Hy- 
draulic models. Combustion, Fuels, Convection, 
Tests. 




AD-417 606 Div. 14, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.60 

Pennsylvania State U., Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, University Park. 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION. 

Progress rept. no. 8. 1 Oct-30 Nov 61, 

by G. M. Faeth. 8 Dec 61, lOp. 

Contract Nob878674 

Unclassified report 

Descrlptort: (•Hydraulic fluids. Ignition). 
(•Ignition. Hydraulic fluids). High pressure 
research, Temperature, Hydraulic models. Gases, 
Hazards, Tests, Hydraulic systems. Compressive 
properties. Fluid flow, Compressible flow. 
Hydrocarbons, Films, Convection, Analysit, 
Compressed air. Water, Combustion. 



Research was continued on a study 
processes which govern the ignition 
compressions, of hydraulic fluids, 
combustion tests were run using Cet 
test fluid. The general results of 
are given. A convection correlatio 
veloped for combined free and force 
in a horizontal tube that suits the 
employed to determine gas temperatu 
downstream pipe. Construction of t 
charging apparatus was completed, 
tests, using water as a charging fl 
to investigate the nature of the pr 
time curve for a rapidly compressed 
air. All of the curves obtained we 
oscillatory in nature with extremel 



f the physical 
, by rapid 

Preliminary 
ane as a 

these tests 
n was de- 
d convection 

analysis 
res in the 
he liquid 
Preliminary 
uid, were run 
essure vs. 

column of 
re damped 
y high pret- 



33 



Division 14 - MATERIALS (NON-METALUC) 



/ 



sure rise rates and maxinun pressures indicated 
to be far above the driving pressure. Two prob- 
lea areas arise: (1) Compression ignition; (2) 
Structural danage to a piping system due to 
extreme pressures. (Also see AD J^^7 599 to 
UM 605 and AD ^17 607 to 417 6U. (Author) 



AD-417 607 Div. U. 26 
(TISTE/JBH) OTS price $1.60 

Pennsylvania State U. Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, College Park. 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION. 

Progress rapt. no. 9, 1 Dec 61-31 Jan 62, 

by G. M. Faeth. U Feb 62, Up. 

Contract N0bs78674 

Unclassified report 




Research was c 
cal processes 
rapid compress 
perature trace 
I.D. test sect 
t ions . A test 
study of the c 
provides repro 
testing with t 
films are more 
employing a fu 
stream still 1 
lets are being 
film making th 
data somewhat 
neglecting fri 
was developed 
Also see AO-4I 
to 417 6U. (A 



on t i nued 
which go 
ion, of 
s were 
ion for 

apparat 
offlbust io 
ducible 
his appa 

readi ly 
el satur 
eave a s 

formed 
e genera 
doubtful 
ct ional 
for the 
7 599 to 
ut ho r) 



on a study 
vern the ign 
hydraulic fl 
bt ained in t 
a number of 
us was devel 
n of 1 iquid 
data. The r 
ratus indica 

ignited. H 
ated wick in 
trong suspic 
from the sur 
1 applicabil 
A prelimi 
effects and 
liquid charg 

417 606 and 



of the 
ition, 
uids. 
he 1.5 
test CO 
oped fo 
films w 
esults 
te that 
owever , 

the ga 
ion t ha 
face of 
ity of 
nary an 
heat lo 
ing pro 

AD-417 



physi- 
by 

Tern- 
inch 
ndi- 
r the 
hich 
of 

thicker 

tests 
s 
t drop- 

the 
the 

alysis 
sses 
cess. 

608 



AD-417 608 Div. 14, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.60 

Pennsylvania State U. Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, College Park. 

HIGH PRESSURE IGNITION. 

Progress rept. no. 10, 1 Feb-1 Mar 62, 

by G. M. Faetb. 5 Apr 62, 12p. 

Contract N0bs78674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Ignition, Hydraulic fluids), 
('Hydraulic fluids. Ignition), Hydraulic sys- 
tems. High-pressure research. Tests, Test 
equipment, Compressive flow. Pipes, Compres- 
sive flow. Hydraulic models. Temperature, 
Hazards, Fluid flow. Hydrocarbons, Gases, 
Hydraull c va 1 ves . 

Research was continued on a study of the physi- 
cal processes which govern the ignition, by 
rapid compression, of hydraulic fluids. The 
7/8 inch I.D. test section was modified to allow 
testing of a fog of fluid having droplets with 
a diameter less than 10 macrons.' Testing was 
in this apparatus using Cetane as a test fluid. 
Mhile these tests have not yet been completed, 
the initial indications are that the fog will 
ignite at pressure rise rates slightly lower 
than those for which the wick will ignite, for 
a given final pressure. Calculations have begun 
to determine the maximum temperatures attained 
in the driven gas for a, variety of pressure rise 
rates and final pressures. The liquid charging 



test apparatus was modified in order to study 
the throttling effects in terms of the size of 
an orifice inserted immediately upstream of the 
valve. A series of tests was run using the 
modified apparatus. (Also see AD-417 599 to 
417 607 and AD-417 609 to 417 6I4). (Ajithor) 



AD-417 609 DiT. I4, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $3.60 

Pennsylvania State D., Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, University Park. 

IGNITION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE 

PIPE SYSTEMS. 

Progress rept. no. 11, 1 Apr-31 May 62, 

by G. M. Faeth. 28 June 62, 1v. 

Contract N0bs78674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptorst (^Ignition, Hydraulic fluids), 
('Hydraulic fluids. Ignition), High pressure 
research. Hydraulic systems. Hazards, Tempera- 
ture, Tests, Compressive flow. Compressive 
properties. Pipes, Test equipment. Gases, 
Hydrocarbons, Fuels, Combustion, Liquids, 
Time. 



MATERIALS (NON-METALuC) - Division 14 



Resea 

proce 

compr 

tempe 

7/8 i 

these 

were 

7/8 i 

intro 

satur 

these 

modif 

1 1/2 

the c 

only 

for t 

predi 

maxim 

good 

AD-41 

(Auth 



rch was 
sses whi 
ession, 
rature c 
nch I.D. 

calcula 
complete 
nch I.D 
duct ion 
ated wit 

tests a 
ications 

inch I. 
ase wher 
by entra 
he liqui 
c t ing th 
urn press 
agreemen 
7 599 to 
or) 



cent 
ch g 
of h 
alcu 

tes 
t ion 
d fo 

tes 
were 
h th 
re s 

wer 
D. t 
e th 
nee 
d ch 
e pr 
ure 
t wi 

417 



inued 
overn 
ydraul 
lation 
t sect 
s are 
r Ceta 
t sect 

used, 
e test 
ummar i 
e comp 
est se 
e char 
and th 
arging 
essure 
rise r 
th tes 

608 a 



on a stud 
the ignit 
ic fluids 
s were co 
ion. The 
shown. C 
ne and Mi 
ion. Two 
microfog 
fluid, 
zed. The 
leted for 
ctions. A 
ging proc 
rottling 
case. E 
vs. time 
ate were 
t results 
nd AD-417 



y of th 

ion, by 

Maxi 

mpleted 

result 
ombusti 
1 2190 

method 

and a 
The res 

combus 

the 3/ 
n analy 
eit is 
losses 
xpress i 

curve 
derived 
Also 

610 to 



e phy 

rapi 

mum g 

for 
s of 
on te 
TEP i 
s of 
wick 
ults 
t ion 
8 inc 
sis f 
gover 
was m 
ons f 
and t 
and 
see 
417 



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as 
the 

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fuel 

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or 

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show 

614. 



AD-417 610 Div. 14, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $2.60 

Pennsylvania State U. Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, University Park. 

IGNITION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE 

PIPE SYSTEMS. 

Progress rept. no. 12 for 1 June-31 July 62, 

by G. M. Faeth. 22 Aug 62, 1v. 

Contract N0bs78674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Ignition, Hydraulic fluids), 
('Hydraulic fluids. Ignition), High-pressure 
research, Hydraulic systems. Hazards, Tem- 
perature, Pipes, Gases, Compressible flow. 
Compressive properties. Combustion, Tests, 
Fluid flow. Oils, Analysis, Liquids. 



Researc 
process 
-^ compres 
? gas tem 
the 3/8 
these c 
were co 
for Cel 
the 3/8 
and Mil 
pleted 
the ser 
points 

34 



h was 
es wh 

sion, 

perat 

inch 

alcul 

mplet 

lulub 

inch 

2190 

in th 

ies 

vary i 



cont 
ich g 

of h 
ure c 

I. D 
at ion 
ed in 
e 220 

I. D 

TEP. 
e 7/8 
f nap 
ng f r 



inued on 

overn th 

ydraul ic 

alculati 

. test s 

s are sh 

the 7/8 

and Hou 

. test s 

Combus 

inch I . 

thanic n 

oa 300 t 



a study of physical 
e ignition, by rapid 

fluids. Maximum 
ons were completed for 
ection. The results of 
own. Combustion tests 

inch I. D. test section 
ghton-Safe 1055, and in 
ection for these fluids 
tion tests were com- 

0. test section for 
eutral oils with flash 
500 F. The results 



indicate that the variation in flash point had 
no significant effect on the coiabustion limit 
curve. An analysis was made in order to deter- 
mine the maximum pressures attainable in the 
event combustion does occur in the case of the 
liquid charging study. Also see AD-417 599 to 
AD-417 609 and AD-417 611 to An-417 614- (Author) 



Al>-417 611 Div. 14, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.10 

Pennsylvania State U. Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, University Park. 

IGNITION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE 

PIPE SYSTEMS. 

Progress rept. no. 13 for 1 Aufl-30 Sep 62, 

by 6. M. Faeth. 11 Oct 62, 7p. 

Contract N0bs78674 i . 

Unclassilfiea report 

Descriptors: ('Hydraulic fluids, Ignition), 
('Ignition, Hydraulic fluids), Hydraulic sys- 
tems. High-pressure research. Hazards, Tem- 
perature, Compressible flow. Compressive 
properties. Pipes, Gases, Temperature, Tests, 
Combustion. 



Rosvarch was 
processes wh 
compressions 
temperature 
1-1/2 inch I 
theae calcul 
to Evaluate 
the temperat 
values of Mi 
mined. A te 
establish th 
tion for the 
AD-417 599 t 
AD-417 614. 



continued on the study of physical 
ich govern the ignition, by rapid 
, of hydraulic fluids. Maximum gas 
calculations were completed for the 
.0. teat section. The results of 
ations are shown. Tests were started 
the effect of downstream length on 
ure of the driven gas. The heating 
1 2190 and Cellulube were deter- 
st program is underway in order to 
e accuracy of the numerical solu- 

iiquid charging process. Also see 
AD-417 610 and AD-417 6l2 to 
(Author) 



AD-417 612 Div. 14, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.60 

Pennsylvania State U. Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, University Park. 

IGNITION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE 

P IPE SYSTEMS . 

Progress rept. no. 14 for 1 Oc,1i-30 Nov 62, 

by G. M. Faeth. 13 Dec 62, lip,. 

Contract N0bs7e674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Hydraulic fluids, Ignition), 
(•Ignition, Hydraulic fluids). Hydraulic sys- 
tems, High-pressure research. Hazards, Tem- 
perature, Compressible flow. Compressive 
properties. Tests, Hydraulic models. Gases, 
Combustion. Liquids, Analysis, Pipes. 



Researc 
ea 1 pro 
rapid c 
test se 
test se 
tests i 
the val 
of the 
tempera 
test se 
pressio 
complet 
simplif 
for dri 
per imen 
ably. 
AD-417 



h was 
•esse 

ompre 
r ies 
ct ion 
ndica 
ve ca 
drive 
t ures 
ct ion 
n. T 
ed. 
led a 
vlng 
tal a 
Also 
613 t 



cont i n 
s whi ch 
ss ion, 
on the 

was CO 
te that 
n cause 
n gas . 

were s 
s in th 
he i nst 
The liq 
nd nume 
pressur 
nd nume 
see AD- 
AD-41 



ued on a st 

govern the 
of hydraull 
effect of t 
mpleted. T 
any thrott 
increases 
With such 
lightly hig 
e period fo 
rumented co 
uid chargin 
rical calcu 
es from 600 
rical resul 
417 599 to 
7 614. (Ant 



■dy of the 
ignition, 
e fluids, 
ke length 
he results 
ling downs 
in the tem 
thrott 1 ing 
ker in the 
llowing th 
abust i on t 
g ana lysis 
lat ions co 
to 2000 p 
ts compare 
AD-417 611 
hor) 



physi- 

by 

The 
of the 

of these 
trean of 
perature 

absent , 

longer 
e com- 
ests were 

was 
mpleted 
sig. Ex- 

favor- 

and 



AC-417 613 Div. 14, 26 
(TrSTE/JBM) OTS price $1.10 

Prnnsylvania State U. Coll. of Engineering and 

A chitecture. University Park. 

IJNITION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE 

PIPE SYSTEMS. 

Progress rept. no. 15, 1 Dec 62-31 Jan 63, 

by G. M. Faeth. 11 Feb 63, 3p. 

Contract N0bs78674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Ignition, Hydraulic fluids), 
('Hydraulic fluids. Ignition), Hydraulic sys- 
tems. High-pressure research. Pipes, Hazards, 
Compressible flow, Compressive properties. Com- 
bustion, Oils, Tests, Analysis, Programming 
(Computers), Temperature, Gasts, Liquids, 
Elasticity. 

Research was continued on a study of the physi- 
cal processes which govern the ignition, by 
rapid compression, of hydraulic fluids. The com- 
bustion tests on MIL 2190 TEP was completed. The 
variation between the different oils was found 
to be small and the present results compare quite 
favorably with earlier tests conducted in this 
program. The analysis for the maximum gas tem- 
perature was programmed for the IBM 7074 com- 
puter. Recalculations were preformed for the 
3/8, 7/8 and 1-1/2 inch I.D. pipes. These re- 
calculated results were found to be somewhat dif- 
ferent from the previous hand calculated results 
at higher pressure rise rates and final pressures. 
Tests were started to measure maximum gas tem- 
peratures for a variety of operating conditions. 
The analysis for elasticity effects in the liquid 
charging process was completed. Also see 
AD-417 599 to AD-417 6l2 and AD-417 614- (Author) 

AD-417 614 Div. 14, 26 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $1.10 

Pennsylvania State U. Coll. of Engineering and 

Architecture, University Park. 

IGNITION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS IN HIGH PRESSURE 

PIPE SYSTEMS. 

Progress rept. no. 16, 1 Feb-31 Mar 63, 

by G. M. Faeth. 11 Apr 63. 8p. 

Contract N0bs78674 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Ignition, Hydraulic fluids), 
(•Hydraulic fluids. Ignition), High-pressure 
research, Tests, Hazards, Hydraulic systems, 
Gases, Temperature, Pipes, Compressible flow. 
Compressive properties. 

Research was continued on a study of the phyal- 
cal processes which govern the ignition, by rapid 
compression, of hydraulic fluids. The tests to 
obtain maximum gas temperatures were completed. 
The results of measurements obtained in the 3/8, 
7/8 and 1-1/2 inch test sections are shown. 
Calculations were completed for maximum gas tem- 
peratures when the initial temperature is varied. 
A portion of these results are given. Also see 
AD-417 599 to AD-417 613. (Author) 



AD-417 621 Div. 14, 32 
(TISTM/ODN) OTS price $2.75 

Ohio State U. Engineering Experiment Station, 
Columbus . 

CRITICAL SURVEY OF MECHANICAL PROPERTY TEST- 
METHODS FOR BRITTLE MATERIALS. 
Rept. for 15 Mar 62-14 Mar 63, 
by William B. Shook. July 63, 136p. 
Contract AF33 657 8064, Proj . 7381, Task 738105 
ASD Rept. no. TDR63 491 

Unclassified report 



35 



Division 14 - MATERIALS (NON-METALUC) 



Report on Materials Application. 

Descriptors: (*Br i tt leness , Materials), 
('Reviews, Test nethods), (*Cerariic Haterials, 
Br itt leness) , Mechanical properties, Glass, 
Failure (Mechanics), Conpressive properties, 
Elasticity, Tensile properties, Impact shock. 
Deformation, Stresses, Hardness, Creep, 
Fatigue (Mechanics), Thermal stresses. Internal 
friction. Frequency, Time, Weight. Measurement. 



A critical survey of the 
mechanical property tests 
is presented. The format 
the information is based 
since no significant brea 
rials is justified. The 
of the materials included 
general testing procedure 
special adaptations devel 
rials being applicable to 
in programming test perfo 
exceeded the ability to d 
performance requirements, 
main in the statistical i 
and other material parame 
under conditions of compl 
previous exposure to test 
probabilistic descriptors 
indications, but much rem 
this area . (Author) 



state-of-the-art of 
of brittle materials 
utilized in presenting 
on property categories, 
Icdown for specific mate- 
common characteristics 

in the survey permit 
s to be discussed, Mith 
oped for certain mate- 
all. The capabi 1 it ies 
rmance variables have 
efine materials and 

Large gaps still re- 
nterpretat ion of strength 
ters , part icular i ly 
ex stress-state and with 
ing conditions. Certain 

have shown promising 
ains to be explored in 



AD-^17 635 
(TISTP/MH) 



Div. 
OTS price 



U. 
♦ 10 



25 
,10 



Korad Corp., Santa Monica, Calif. 

RESEARCH ON COHERENT ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION 

MATERIALS. 

Final rept., 

by R. C. Pastor and R. H. Hoskins. Aug 63, I21p. 

Contract AF33 657 8750, Proj . 5237. Task 523701 

ASD TDR63 Ikl Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Lasers. Materials). ('Materi- 
als, Lasers). Ruby. Research program adminis- 
tration, Energy. Power. Crystal growth, Pow- 
ders. Ammonium compounds. Aluminum compounds. 
Refractory materials. 



Impr 
high 
been 
Resu 
(fla 
part 
powd 
h ave 
incl 
solu 
crys 
impr 
1 ase 
peri 
mate 



ovement o 
output e 
on the g 
Its of de 
me fusion 
icular, t 
e r are pr 
been dev 
udi ng 1 as 
t ion s to 
tal quali 
ovement i 
r crystal 
od. Dat a 
rials is 



f lase 
nergy 
rowt h 
tailed 
) meth 
he tec 
esente 
eloped 
er tes 
severa 
ty are 
n the 
s was 

obt ai 
Includ 



r ma 

and 

and 

stu 
od 
hnol 
d. 

for 
ting 
1 pr 

gi V 
size 
affe 
ned 
ed. 



teri 

powe 

eval 

dies 

f cr 

ogy 

Seve 

eva 
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oble 
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and 
cted 
on 

(Au 



als with 
r. Emph 
uat ion o 

of the 
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of the s 
ral meth 
luat ion 
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ms relat 
A subst 
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during 
ther pot 
thor) 



in 



respect to 
asi s has 
f ruby. 
Verneui 1 
owth and. 
tart ing 
ods which 
of rubies, 
bed. The 
ing to 
antial 

of ruby 
the contract 
ential laser 



AD-^17 676 Div. U, 12, 
(TISTM/ODN) OTS price |5.60 



27 



Hercules Powder Co., Bacchus, Utah. 

HISTORY OF OZONE CRACKING IN BUNA-S RUBBER - 

KING II INTERNAL INSULATION - NEAPON SYSTEM 

133A, 

by G. H. Berhold. Sep 63, 1v. Rept. no. MT0269 39 

Contract AFO^ 6^7 2^3 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Elastomers, Degradation), 
('Synthetic rubber. Degradation), ('Ozone, 
Degradation), ('Thermal insulation. Rocket 
motors (Solid propel lant) ) , Guided missiles 



(Surfac 
motors , 
propert 
propert 
tion, T 

In the no 
M-57E1, S 
rubber in 
the inter 
found to 
tion prog 
case and 
About ^62 
to depths 
A na lys is 
occurred 
were a fo 
exposure 
a period 
were then 
determi ne 
test ser i 
s pec imens 
samples i 
motors . 
ozone era 
strength 
internal 



e-to-surface) , Air Force, Booster 

Erosion, Processing, Data, Physical 
ies. Mechanical properties. Tensile 
ies. Elasticity, Hardness, Deforma- 
ests, Neapon systems. 



rmal as 
pira 1 lo 
ter na 1 
na 1 ins 
contain 
rams we 
ca tegor 

of the 

ra ngi n 
of thes 
area 
of d 
the 
time 

evalua 
d i n on 
es , ero 

were c 
n test 
Results 
eking h 
or eros 
i nsulat 



in 
rm 
of 
of 



sembly sequen 
y cases are w 
insulator. I 
ulators of se 

surface crac 
re i ni t iated 
ize the magni 

cases examin 
g to a maximu 
e results sho 
s of residual 
eter iorat ion 
insulator to 

Effects of 
ted. Case bo 
e series of t 
sion rates of 
ompared to th 
f ir i ngs of hu 

of these tes 
as no effect 
ion rate of t 
or s . (Author) 



ce of Rock 
ound upon 
n October 
veral moto 
ks. Two i 
to examine 
tude of cr 
ed were cr 
m of 0.060 
wed that t 

rubber st 
caused by 
the a tmosp 

ozone era 
nd strengt 
est s . In 

ozone era 
at of cont 
ndred-ponn 
ts i nd i ca t 
on case bo 
he Buna-S 



et Motor 
a Buna-S 
1962, 
rs were 
nspec- 

each 
acki ng. 
acked 

i n . 
he cracks 
ress and 
norma 1 
here over 
eking 
h was 
another 
eked 
rol 

d-charge 
ed that 
nd 
rubber 



AD-^17 68^ Di¥. U 
(TISTM/AM) OTS price $2.60 

General Electric Co,, Syracuse, N. Y. 

STANDARDIZATION ENGINEERING PRACTICES STUDY, 

TASK 701: HIGH FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS OF 

CERAMIC MATERIALS. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 3, 1 Mar-31 May 63, 

by Elmer F. Hansen. 31 May 63, 20p. 

Contract DA36 039ame00008( E) 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('High frequency. Ceramic 
materials), ('Ceramic materials. High fre- 
quency). Test methods. Cavity resonators, 
Ref lectometers. Military requirements. 
Dielectric properties, Measuremen' s. Data, 
Rods, Tables, Quartz, Glass, Specification. 



An investigation of available test proc 
such as the ''resonant cavity' method 
•'free space ref lectometer ' ' method, am 
others, which will provide reproducible 
for the dielectric constant and dissipa 
factor of ceramic materials at 1.0, 3.0 
and 2k KMc. The study should be based 
evaluation of those ceramic insula'ing 
having good dielectric properties which 
the qualification requirements of Milit 
Specifica ion MIL-I-10, ''Insulating Ma 
Elec rical. Ceramic, Class L' ' . This i 
gation should also provide for a liters 
view of the test procedure, apparatus a 
used in and resulting from a study cond 
Battelle Memorial Institute, wherein th 
line method, using a dielec rometer, wa 
lished as the test procedure. Results 
Battelle work should be correlated with 
of this study. (Author) 



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USE OF DIESEL OILS MITH ADDITIVES (PRIMENENIE 

DIZELNYH MASEL S PRISADKAMI). 

by Gheorghi Andreevich Morozov and tr. by 

Alick de Montmorency. Aug 63, IIOp. 

BUSHIPS TN82i; Unclassified report 



36 



Trans, from State Scientific atd Technical Pub- 
lications of Petroleum and Fuel Mining Litera- 
ture Leningrad Division, Leningrad - 1962. 

Descriptors: ('Diesel engines. Lubricants), 
(•Lubricants, Diesel engines). Physical prop- 
erties. Chemical properties. Viscosity, Lubri- 
cant additives. Lubrication, Oils. Petroleui 
Data. 



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IIT Research Inst., Chicago, 111. 

PREPARATION AND EVALUATION OF NEN HYDRAULIC 

FLUIDS. 

Progress rept. no. 7, 28 May-27 June 63. 

June 63, Kp. Rept. no. ARF C60C1 7 

Contract N0bs882ii9, ProJ . C6001 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Hydraulic fluids. Synthesis 
(Chemistry)), ('Organic compounds. Hydraulic 
fluids), F luorination . Sulfur compounds. Fluo- 
rides. Alkenes. Chlorides. Chlorine compounds. 
Heat-resistant materials. Organic sulfur com- 
pounds, Halogenated hydrocarbons. Viscosity, 
Infrared spectroscopy. 



The p 
fire- 
nated 
will 
tical 
of su 
teria 
.sists 
f luor 
of su 
deter 
(Auth 



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pro 
Ifur 
Is a 

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Ifur 
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se of this project is to develop new 
stant hydraulic fluids based on fluori- 
If ur-conta ining compounds. The compounds 
ynthesized specifically to meet the cri- 
perty requirements. Various derivatives 

hexafluoride and other fluorinated ma- 
re being Investigated. The program con- 
four phases: Simon's cell f luorinations , 
ions with metallic fluorides, addition 
-chloride pentaf luoride to olefins, and 
tion of physical and chemical properties. 



15. MATHEMATICS 



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RAND Corp., Santa Monica, Calill. 

A NOTE ON INVARIANT IMBEDDING AND GENERALIZED 

SEMI-GROUPS, 

by Richard Bellman and Thomas %. Brown. Sep 63t 

5p. Hei 

Coatraci 

;po 



lard Heiiman ana inomas a. orown. ae| 
!mo. no. BM383^PR Ij 
:t AF^9 638 700 I 

Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ('Partial differential equations. 
Neutron transport theory), Differential equa- 
tions. Simultaneous equations. Equations, 
Functions, Inequalities, Fluxes, Sholk, Groups. 

The use of fixed-point techniqaes is extended to 
the solution of certain partial differential 
equations. These equations have application to 
problems of neutron transport. (Author) 



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Inst, of 



Center for Operations Research Mass. 

Tech. , Cambridge. 

MARKOVIAN DECISION PROCESSES NITH UNCERTAIN 

TRANSITION PROBABILITIES OR REWARDS, 

by Edward Allan Silver. Aug 63, 256p. Technical 

rept. no. 1 

Contract NoBrl841 87 

Unclaillfied report 



MATHEMATICS - Division 15 

Adapted from a Doctoral Thesis. 

Descriptors: ('Statistical processes. Statis- 
tical distributions), ('Probability, Sampling). 
Mathematical logic, Mathematical prediction. 
Simulation, Real variables. Equations, 
Mathematical models. Sequential analysis. 

In most Markov process studies to date it has 
been assumed that both the transition prob- 
abilities and rewards are known exactly. Thc^ 
primary purpose of this thesis is to study the 
effects of relaxing these assumptions to allow 
■ore realistic models of real world situations. 
The Bayesian approach used leads to statistical 
decision frameworks for Markov processes. The 
first section is concerned with situations where 
the transition probabilities are not known ex- 
actly. One approach used incorporates the con- 
cept of multi-matrix Markov processes, processes 
where it is assumed that one of several known 
transition matrices is being utilized, but we 
only have a probability vector on the various 
matrices rather than knowing exactly which one is 
governing the process. The second approach 
assumes more directly that the transition prob- 
abilities themselves are random variables. It 
is shown that the multidimensional Beta distri- 
bution is a most convenient distribution (for 
Bayes calculations) to place over the prob- 
abilities of a single row of the transition 
matrix. Several important properties of the 
distribution are displayed. Then a method is 
suggested for determining the multidimensional 
Beta prior distributions to use for any parti- 
cular Markov process. (Author) 



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Massachusetts Inst, of Tech.. Cambridge., 

MARKOVIAN DECISION PROCESSES WITH UNCERTAIN 

TRANSITION PROBABILITIES OR REWARDS, 

by Edward Allan Silver. Aug 63, 256p. Technical 

rept. no. 1 

Contract Nonr184187 

Unclassified report 

Report on Research in the Control of Complex 
Systeas. 

Descriptors: ('StatistiCBl processes. De- 
cision making), Matrix algebra. Probability, 
Mathematical models. Control. 



In most Markov process studies to 
been assumed that both the transi 
ities and rewards are known exact 
mary purpose of this thesis is to 
fects of relaxing these assumptio 
more realistic models 'of real wor 
The Bayesian approach used leads 
decision frameworks for Markov pr 
first section is concerned with s 
the transition probabilities are 
exactly. It is shown that for de 
the expected values of the steady 
bilities are important quantities 
2-state situation, use of the hyp 
function (previously utilized in 
certain physics problems) permits 
these expected values. The main 
sidered is one where we have the 
observations of a Markov process 
our knowledge of the unknown tran 
bilities before deciding whether 
lize the process. In the second 
study, we assume that the transit 
ties are exactly known, but now t 
random variables. (Author) 



date it has 
tion probabil- 
ly. The pri- 

study the ef- 
ns to allow 
Id situations, 
to statistical 
ocesses. The 
ituations where 
not known 
cision purposes 

state proba- 
For a special 
ergeometr ic 
the sol ut ion of 

evaluation of 
problem con- 
option of buying 
so as to improve 
sition proba- 
or not to uti- 
section of the 
ion probabili- 
he rewards are 



37 



Division 15 - MATHEMATICS 



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60 



, Cambridge. 
3-STATE DISCRETE 

35p. Techaical 



Massachusetts Inst, of Tech 

THE TRANSIENT SOLUTIONS FOR 

TIME MARKOV PROCESSES, 

by Edward A. Silver. July 63. 

note no. 1 

Contract Nonrl84187 

Unclassified report 

Report on Research in the Control of Conplex 
Systeas . 

Descriptors: (*Stat ist ical processes. 
Analysis), Statistical analysis. Functions, 
Prograaming (Coaputers). Probability, Series, 
Transformations (Mathematics), Matrix algebra, 
Polynomials, Equations, Oscillations. 

Through the combined use of flow graph analysis, 
geometric transform techniques and the properties 
of quadratic functions, there are obtained 
closed form expressions for the transient solu- 
tion of any time-discrete 3-state Markov process. 
The results are significantly more complex than 
in the 2-state case. For evaluating the actual 
multi-step transition probabilities there are 
5 different cases to be considered. The two 
critical quantities which decide which case is 
to be used are M and q which, in turn, are 
involved quadratic functions of the six transition 
probabilities. Furthermore, there are 13 differ- 
ent possible general transient behaviors. (Author) 



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Israel Inst, of Tech. (Haifa). 

PRODUCTS OF AUTOMATA AND THE PROBLEM OF COVERING. 

by Abraham Ginzburg and Michael Yoeli. July 63, 

Technical rept. no. 15 

Contract N62558 3510 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Topology, Transformations 
(Mathematics). ("Algebraic topology, Auto- 
mation). (•Automation, Sequential analysis). 
Groups (Mathematics). Cascade structures, 
Computers, Synthesis. 

Convenient relational techniques for the descrip- 
tion and study of complete or partial, finite or 
infinite automata are introduced. By associating 
with every input two binary relations we obtain 
an easy and concise algebraic method for the 
study of homomorphisms and covering of automata. 
The concept of semi-automaton (called X-auto- 
maton) was previously introduced and methods for 
its decomposition by means of overlapping parti- 
tions were derived. These investigations are 
extended to automata and the problems of covering 
specified automata by direct and cascade products 
are studied. Although the approach in this paper 
is purely algebraic, the results are applicable 
to the engineering problem of synthesizing 
sequential machines. (Author) 



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Minnesota U. , Minneapolis. 

(No title). 

Final status rept.. 1 June 62-1 June 63, 

by R. H. Cameron. G. E. Baxter, H. Furstenberg, 

F. B. Knight and 0. Barndorf f-Nielsen. 

June 63. 5p. 

Grant AF AF0SR62 252 

AFOSR Rept. lo. 5277 Oiclasfifled report 

Descriptors: ('Stochastic processes. Com- 



binatorial analysis), ("Functional analysis, 
Special functions). Integration, Integrals, 
Numerical analysis. Probability, Topology, 
Groups (Mathematics), Mathematical models. 
Research program administration. 

A number of problems in Functional Analysis, 
Integration in Function Space, Stochastic 
Processes and related areas have been studied 
and several papers have been written. (Author) 



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California U.. Berkeley. 

(No title). 

Final status rept., 1 June 62-31 M«y 63, 

by P. Emery Thomas. July 63, 3p. 

Grant AF AF0SR62 291 

AFOSR Rept. no. 5272 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Algebraic geometry. Spheres). 
("Algebraic topology. Transformations (Mathe- 
matics)). Research program administration, Nui 
bers. Scientific research, Mathematics. 



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60 



THE 



Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

ON A METHOD OF SUCCESSIVE APPROXIMATIONS FOR 

SOLUTION OF OPTIMAL CONTROL PROBLEMS, 

by I. A. Krylov and F. L. Chernous'ko. 1 Aug 63. 

15p. 

FTD TT63 701 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Zhurnal Vychislitel' noy Matematiki I 
Matematicheskoy Fiziki. 2:6. pp. 1132-1139. 1962. 

Descriptors: ("Boundary value problems, 
Numerical analysis), ("Nonlinear systems, 
Control). Differential equations. Functions. 
Vector analysis. Integrals, Linear systems, 
Integration, Equations. Computers. 



The determinat 
process, which 
ordinary diffe 
order, is redu 
for a system o 
The solution o 
complex non-li 
significant co 
quires a large 
Theorefore, me 
problems, whic 
these difficul 
tion. A metho 
which is based 
proposed for t 
in problems wi 



ion of optimal control for a 
is described by a system of 
rential equations of the nth 
ced to a boundary value problem 
f equations of the 2nth order, 
f boundary value problems for 
near systems often encounters 
mputational difficulties and re- 
expenditure of machine time, 
thods of solving optimal control 
h permit the circumvention of 
ties, are presented for considera- 
d of successive approximations, 

on the maximal principle, is 
he determination of optimal control 
th an open right limit. (Author) 



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Hebrew U. , (Israel). 

MEASURES OF SYNTACTIC COMPLEXITY, 

by Y. Bar-Hillel, A. Kasher and E. Shamir. Aug 63, 

26p. TR no. 13 

Contract N62558 3510. ProJ . NR049 130 

Unclaitlfied report 

Descriptors: ("Mathematical logic, Mathemati- 
cal models), ("Language, Mathematical logic), 
Topology, Theory, Vocabulary, Arithmetic pro- 
gression. Documentation, Integrals, Information 



retrieval. 



38 



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own to hold 
s , under the 
s of express 
ntences and 
of semantic 
for a certai 
s. (Author) 



MATHEMATICS - Division 1^5 



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Boeing Scientific Research Labs., Seattle, Nash. 
STOCHASTIC ANALYSIS OF MULTI-COMPARTMENT SYSTEMS, 
by G. Martaglia. July 63, 22p. Rept. no. 
01 82 0280 and Math note no. 313 

Unclassified report 

Also available from the author. 

Descriptors: ("Particles. Motion), ("Stochas- 
tic processes. Diffusion), Simultaneous equa- 
tions. Differential equations. Probability, 
Statistical distributions, Feedback. 

This is a discussion of methods for describing, 
mathematically, flows between compartments in a 
■ult i-compartment system. We will give the con- 
ventional theory, based on the solution of a 
feystem of linear differential equations; we will 
also give a theory based on probability, viewing 
the system as a collection of 'states' with a 
particle moving from state to state with certain 
probabilities, remaining in each state a random 
time with an exponential distribution. Finally, 
we will take still another approach, again 
based on prob-abllity theory, in which we consider 
the sojourn time of a particle, that is, the 
time it spends after leaving a given compartment 
before returning to that compartment. (Author) 



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Boeing Scientific Research Labs., Seattle, Wash. 
SOME APPLICATIONS OF FRACTIONAL INTEGRATION, 
by Arthur Erdelyl. Aug 63, 23p. Rept. no. 
01 82 0286 and Math note no. 316 

Unclassified report 

Also available from the authorj 

Descriptors: ("Integrals, M^ihematical analy- 
sis), Partial differential e<taatlons. Potential 
theory. Integral equations. Functional analysis. 
Operators (Mathematics), Functions, Integral 
transforms, Integration, Boundary value prob- 
lems, Complex variables. li 

Seeks to demonstrate the usefulness of fractional 
integrals in applied mathematics by presenting 
some of their applications to axially symmetric 
potential problems and showing that one can ob- 
tain in this manner both general theorems and 
explicit solutions of concrete problems. (Author) 



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Iowa State U. , Iowa City. 

SIMULTANEOUS OBSERVABILITY AND THE LOGIC OF 

QUANTUM MECHANICS, 



by James C. 

SUI63 17 

Grant AF0SU62 122 

AFOSH 5268 



Pool. June 63, 1v. Rept. no, 



Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ("Quantum mechanics, Mathe- 
matical logic). Probability, Analysis, Alge- 
bra, Mathematical analysis, Operators (Mathe- 
matics), Theory, Distribution, Models. 



The 

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Chicago U. , 111. 

SIMPLE METHODS FOR ANALYZING THREE-FACTOR 

INTERACTION IN CONTINGENCY TABLES, 

by Leo A. Goodman. 1963, 59p. 

Contract Nonr212123. Proj. NR3-C2 0^3 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Statistical analysis. Tables), 
Statistical tests, Simultaneus equations. 
Statistical distribution. Probability, 
Equations, Numerical methods and procedures. 
Frequency, Matrix algebra. Inequalities, 
Theory, Factor analysis. 

The report discusses the testing of H sub zero 
in the I x J x K table, and presents a method 
for obtaining simultaneous confidence intervals 
for all the three-factor ineractions in this 
table. (Author) 

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Boeing Scientific liesearch Labs., Seattle, Nash. 
A CONFLUENT HYPERGEOMETRIC INTEGRAL TRANSFORM, 
by T. P. Higgins. June 63, 12p. Rept. no. 01 82 
0260 

Unclassified report 

Also available from the author. ^ 

Descriptors: ("Integral transforms. Special 
functions). Integrals, Operators (Mathematics), 
Equations, Integration. 

Inversion integrals have been derived for a 
Gauss hypergeometr ic function transform. These 
inversions were of two types. The first or 
simple inversion involved no hypergeometr ic 
functions explicitly but just an iterated frac- 
tional integral; the second or symmetric inver- 
sion involved a hypergeometr ic function with one 
arbitrary parameter. It is to be expected that 
similar formulas should apply for a confluent 
hypergeometric function transform. Both the 
hypergeometr ic function and the confluent 
hypergeometric function transforms are generali- 
zations of other transforms. The confluent 
transform may have interest because special cases 
include Bessel, Nhittaker, parabolic cylinder, 
Hermite, and Laguerre function transforms. 
(Author) 



39 



Division 15 - MATHEMATICS 

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Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 

AN INTRODUCTION TO ESTIMATION THEORY FOR 

DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS. 

by Fred Ct Schweppe. 28 Aug 63, 4.8p. Rept. no. 

22G15 

Contract AF19 628 500 

AFESD TDR63 5^9 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Topology, Transformations 
(Mathematics) ) , ('Statistical analysis, Linear 
systems), ("Linear systems. Stochastic proc- 
esses). Theory, Vector analysis. Matrix algebra, 
Special functions, Statistical functions. Equa- 
tions, Sampling, Mathematical models. Statis- 
tical processes. Time, Errors, Measurement, 



Correlation techniques. Differential equations. 
Curve fitting. Least squares method. 



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40 



16. MEDICAL SCIENCES 



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^06th Medical General Lab., Tokvo (Japan). 

ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 1 JULY 1962 - 30 JUNE 1963, 

30 June 63. 108p. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Parasites, Medical research), 
Therapy, Diagnosis, Immunology, Pathology, 
Viruses, Schistosoma, Disease vectors, 
Culicidae, Encephalitis virus. Military 
personnel, Epidemiology, Index. 



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Behavioral Sciences Lab., Aerospace Div., 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

CORRELATION BETWEEN VISUAL AND AUDITORY VIGILANCE 

PERFORMANCE, 

by Louis T. Pope and Don F. McKachnie. July 63, 

6p. :, 

ProJ . 718^, Task 718406 I 

AMRL TDR63 57 Unclassijf ied report 

Descriptors: (*Vision, Performance tests), 
(*Auditory nerves. Performance tests), 
(•Attention, Performance tests). Psychology, 
Signals, Detection, Sensitivity, Laboratory 
equipment. Physiology. 



This study investigated 
individual performance o 
task and an auditory vig 
male college subjects pa 
minute test trials, one 
In each 35-minute trial 
vigilance signals Mere p 
indices of correlation c 
obtained in this study s 
between auditory and vis 
ance. The percentage of 
probably affected by sen 
however, the data of thi 
a test of this hypothesi 
be conducted, comparing 
tion efficiency rather t 
total signals detected, 
should be less sensitive 
nents of vigilance than 
detection measure used i 



the relationship between 
h a visual vigilance 
ilance task. Each of ^0 
rticipated in two 35- 
visual and one auditory, 
five raadomly spaced 
resented. Various 
omputed from the data 
how no relationship 
ual vigilance perform- 

signals detected is 
sory aoaity factors; 
s study did not provide 
s. Other studies should 
the decrement in detec- 
han the percentage of 
This suggested measure 
to sensory acuity compo- 
the over-all percentage 
n this study. (Author) 



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Aerospace Industries Association of America, Inc., 

Downey, Calif. 

SOVIET LITERATURE ON LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS A. 

BIOSCIENCES. 

22 Aug 63, 24p. |, 

AID Rept. no. P63 108 |: 

Unclas^tfied report 

Descriptors: (»Biology, Scientific research), 
(*Space biology. Reviews), Space medicine. 
Physiology, Psychology, Survival, Close-cycle 
ecological system. Vehicles. 



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Naval School of Aviation Medicine, Pensacola, Fla. 
the: PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF THE COJ.D PRESSOR TEST AND 



MEDICAL SCIENCES - Division 16 

THE BASAL BLOOD PRl-SSURE BASED ON AN EIGHTEEN- 
YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY, 

by William R. Harlan, Jr., Robert K. Osborne and 
Ashton Graybiel. 1 July 63, 8p. 
Proj MROO5.I3 3001 
NSAM Rept. no. 6 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Blood pressure. Hypertension), 
(•Hypertension, Blood pressure). Metabolism, 
Low temperature research. Physiology, Stimula- 
tion, Medical research. 

The cold pressor test has been evaluated in a 
prospective study of young normal individuals 
followed over an eighteen-year period. The cold 
pressor response did not correlate with subse- 
quent blood pressure, with interval blood pres- 
sure increment, or the development of hyperten- 
sion. An important relationship was found, how- 
ever, between basal blood pressure recorded prior 
to the test and blood pressures recorded eighteen 
years later. (Author) 



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if) 



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New York State Coll. of Agriculture, Cornell U. , 
Ithaca . 

THE EFFICIENCY OF ANCESTOR RECORDS IN ANIMAL 
SELECTION. 

1963. 14p. Technical rept. no. 12 
Contract Nonr40139. Proj. NRO42 212 , 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Genetics, Selection), Animals. 
Mathematical analysis. Performance tests. 
Theory. 

An expression is derived for the efficiency of a 
selection index based on ancestor records, meas- 
ured as the correlation between index and true 
additive genetic merit. The maximum efficiency 
for infinite generations of ancestors is obtained 
and compared with the efficiency of using only 
one or two generations. Comparisons are also 
made with the use of sibling records, performance 
testing and progeny-testing. (Author) 



AD-A17 386 Div. 16 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $1.60 

New York State Coll. of Agriculture, Cornell 0., 

Ithaca. 

THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE TRAITS IN SELECTION 

PROGRAMS, 

by S. R. Searle. Aug 63, 12p. Technical rept. 

no. 11 

Contract Nonr409 39. Proj. NRO42 212 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Genetics, Selection). (•Popu- 
lation. Genetics). Mathematical analysis, 
Intensity. Probability. 



AD-417 395 
(TISTB/AAR) 



OTS 



Div. 
price 



16 

$1. 



50 



General Electric Co., Philadelphia. Pa. 

THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF DISUSE AND THE PROBLEM OF- 

PROLONGED WEIGHTLESSNESS: A REVIEW. 

Report for Dec 60-Mar 63. 

by Richard W. Lawton. June 63, 46p. 

Proj. 7222. Task 722201 

AMRL TDR63 3 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Weightlessness. Physiology), 
Pathology. Gravity (Artificial), Reviews, 
Man, Space flight. Simulation. 



41 



Division 16 - MEDICAL SCIENCES 

The physiological inplications o 
encountered in space flight are 
the available research concernin 
leal effects of weightlessness i 
purpose of this review is to pro 
present state of knowledge of no 
ological systems, particularly a 
and function are affected by gra 
sideration of the possible physi 
quences of prolonged human expos 
Methods used to produce and to s 
are briefly reviewed. The data 
prolonged weightlessness will be 
environment is presented. This d 
for possible untoward effects of 
sure to weightlessness, and for 
vention of undesired effects. T 
artificial gravity by rotation o 
is briefly considered. Areas of 
investigation are suggested. (A 



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AD-417 407 Div. 16 

(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $15.00 

Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Nright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

IONIZING RADIATION AND METABOLISM ( lonlzi ruy ush- 

cheye Izlucheniye i Obman Veshchestv), 

by L. S. Cherkasova ant K. B. Fomichenko. 

11 July 63, 221p. 

FTD TT62 1575 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Izdatel'stvo Akademii Nauk BSSR 
Minsk, pp. 1-174. 1962. 

Descriptors: ('Biochemistry, Radiation ef- 
fects), (•Metabolism, Radiation effects). 
Muscles, Liver, Gastrointestinal systems. 
Nervous system, Radiobiology , Endocrine glands, 
Tissues (Biology) 

The results of the most recent investigations In 
the field of radiation biochemistry are summar- 
ized in this monograph. The major part of the 
authors' attention is devoted to the change in 
and disruption of metabolic processes which de- 
velop in the central nervous system, the endoc- 
rine glands, the gastrointestinal tract, the 
liver, and the muscles after the action of 
ionizing radiation on the living organism. 
(Author) 



AD-417 420 Div. 16. 12 
(TISTA/VGM) OTS price $1.50 

General Electric Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

DESIGN STUDY OF GRAVITY-INDEPENDENT PHOTOSYNTHETIC 

GAS EXCHANGER, 

by Robert G. Newland and Richard N. Pzicf. 

June 63, 54p. Rept. no. PIR5753 1437 

Contract AF33 657 7410, Proj . 7164. Task 716403 

AMRL Rept. no. TDR63 59 Unclassified report 

k 

Report on Space Biology Research. 

Descriptors: ('Manned spacecraft, Closed- 
cycle ecological systems), ('Closed-cycle 
ecological systems. Algae), Photosynthesis, 
Exchange reactions. Oxidation-reduction reac- 
tions. Oxygen, Production, Membranes (Biology), 
Containers, Design, Tests, Effectiveness, 
Maintainability, Carbon dioxide. Reduction 
(Chemistry) . 

A Photosyothetic Gas Exchanger System utilizing 
a strain of Chlorella vulgaris algae has been de- 
signed and fabricated, and tested for periods up 
to fourteen days. A maximum oxygen evolution of 
1.97 liters per day and carbon dioxide absorption 
of 1.44 liters per day was achieved during the 



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AD-417 501 Div. 16 
(TISTB/MS) OTS price $15.50 

Lever Brothers Co., Edgewater N. J. 

BASIC STUDIES IN PERCUTANEOUS ABSORPTION. 

Semi-annual rept. no. 5, Jan-June 63, 

ed. by Leonard J. Vinson, Walter R. Koehler, 

Thomas Masurat and Edward J. Singer. June 63, 

221p. • 

Contract DA18 108CML6573 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Absorption, Skin), ('Skin, Ab- 
sorption), ('Lipids, Skin), Solvent extraction, 
Diffusion, Mater, Chromatographic analysis, 
Fatty acids, Phospholipids, Tissues (Biology), 
Penetration, Electron Laboratory animals. 
Anatomical models. Enzymes, Elect.-on microscopy, 
Biochemistry. 



AD-417 512 Div. 16 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $3.60 

Washington School of Psychiatry, D. C. 

CONCEPTS OF ANOSOGNOSIA, 

by Edwin A. Weinstein and Malvin Cole. Oct 62, 

34p. 

Contract DA49 193md2100 

Dnclaiiified report 

Descriptors: ('Memory, Psychiatry), ('Psy- 
chiatry, Memory), Brain, Stimulation, Language, 
Paralysis, Neurology. 

A study of 45 cases of denial of hemiplegia 
and/or neglect of the affected limbs indicated an 
alteration of perceptual-symbolic function, in 
which one side of the body was represented in 
metaphorical and delusional language and non- 
verbally in analogous acts and gestures. Delu- 
sions and attitudes concerning absence of the 
affected side were concepts rather than manifes- 
tations of failure to receive stimuli. In each 
case, such alterations in the relationship in the 
environment were noted by accompanying changes in 
the designation of place, time, objects and/or 
person. The predominance of lesions of the right 
brain is explained by the inability of many pa- 
tients with left brain lesions and aphasic diffi- 
culties to use metaphor, idioms, and synonyms. 
The etiology is multi-factorial. The brain lesiea 
produces the somatosensory deficit and, in addi- 
tion, provides the necessary conditions for an 
altered threshold of interaction in the environ- 
ment. As both the verbal and non-verbal mani- 
festations are to an extent artefacts of the 



42 



situation in which they are observed, responses 
varied with the conditions of examination. The 
content of the patterns of anosognosia, as shown, 
for example, in personification of the affected 
limbs, can be correlated with pre-morbid social 
relationships and cultural roles. (Author) 



AD-417 513 Dir. 16. 30 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $2.60 



Harry Diamond Labs., Washington, D. C. 
PROPOSED ACCEPTANCE TEST PROGRAM FOR ARMY ARTI- 
FICIAL HEART PUMP. MODEL 1, 
by James W. Joyce, Jr. 2 May 63, 26p. 
HDL ProJ. 31031 
HDL TR1125 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Pumps, Mechanical organs), 
('Mechanical organs. Pumps), Acceptability, 
Tests, Army, Quality control. Medical research, 
Safety devices. Design. {| 



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f ici a 1 he 
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AD-417 522 Div. 16 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $3.60 



National Defense Medical Center, Taipei (Taiwan). 
STUDIES ON SCHISTOSOMIASIS JAPONICA ON TAIWAN. 
Interim rept., 1 Feb-31 July 6}^ 
by 0. K. Khaw. 31 July 63, 28p,[ 
Grant DA MD49 193 63G102 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Schistosoma, Medical research), 
('Medical research. Schistosoma), Parasites, 
Ecology, Epidemiology, Diagnosis, Disease 
vectors. Intestine, Statistical data, Immunity. 



Attemp 

Japoni 

Oncome 

Kaohsi 

snail 

feces 

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cum inf 
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made to find out foci of Schistosoma 
ection in the two new areas of 
ormosana prevalence in Ilan and 
en (county) by exaaination of the 
diate host, stools of men, and 
Stic animals and rodents and their 
Its. The results were negative 
e findings of 16 forked-tail 
314.438 snails (O.f.) and 85 
tion for intradermal test with 
igen among 1,807 fchool children, 



peasants. (Author 



AD-417 590 Div. 16 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $2.60 



California U., Los Angeles, School of Medicine. 
STUDIES OF ADAPTATION OF PROTEAN MALNUTRITION. 
Annuul progress rept., 1 Dec 6^-30 Nov 63, 
by Milton E. Rubini. 30 Nov 63, 24p. 
Contract DA49 193MD2224 

Unclassified report 



MEDICAL SCIENCES - Division 16 

Descriptors: ('Protein, Nutrition), Adapta- 
tion (Physiology), Starvation, Height, Liver, 
Intestine, Calcium, Blood proteins. Diet, Dogs, 
Rats, Army research. 

27The rationale and technique of producing a stntic 
preparation of chronic protein mnlnutrition in 
rats nnd dogs is reported. The technique employs 
a period of fasting adjusted to initial weight 
of the nnimal and then ' ' t i trat i on ■ ■ to a low 
protein intake adequate in calories to maintain 
weight at 70-80)1 of initial weight. Such animals 
have been observed for over six months. They are 
normally active and appear well. Studies of such 
protein deficient animals include: (1) Liver and 
intenstine mass strikingly reduced while bone 
growth progresses; (2) Calcium is abosrbed more 
avidly and labile calcium pool is turned over 
more rapidly; (3) Qualitative and quantitative 
changes occur in serum proteins with loss of 
alpha and beta globulins and relative increase 
in gamma globulins; and (4) Granuloma formation 
is inhibited. (Author) 



•AD-417 649 Div. 16 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $1.60 

School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force 
Base, Tex. 

RESPIRATORY FUNCTION STUDIES DURING PROLONGED EX- 
POSURE TO SIMULATED ALTITUDE WITHOUT HYPOXIA, 
by Frode Ulvedal, Thomas E. Morgan, Jr., Ralph 
Garr Cutler, and Billy E. Welch. May 63, 8p. 
Task 793002 
S4M-B TD863 31 Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ('Respiration, Physiology), High 
altitude. Spacecraft cabins. Simulation, Con- 
trolled atmospheres. Measurement. 



This repo 
i es (tola 
breathi ng 
made duri 
ments at 
of 18,000 
The dural 
30 days w 
■m. Hg. 
noted thr 
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at ground 
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AD-417 650 Div. 16 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $1.10 

School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force 

Base, Tex. 

HUMAN SYMPATHOADRENAL RESPONSIVENESS IN AUTUMN, 

WINTER, AND SPRING, 

by Ralph P. Feller and Henry B. Hale. June 63, 

3p. 

Task 775801 

SAM-B TOR63 46 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Adrenal glands. Climatology), 
Climatology, Metabolism, Physiology, Epineph- 
rine, Saokes, Anxiety, Medical research, Man, 
Temperature. 



43 



Division 17 - METALLURGY 



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tested 
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prov ide 
and ind 
lowest 
interae 
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with the subjects 
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AD-iVI? 652 
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Div. 16 
OTS price $1 



60 



School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force 

Base, Tex. 

A SCREENING EXAMINATION FOR DETECTION OF GINGIVAL 

AND PERIODONTAL BREAKDOWN AND LOCAL IRRITANTS, 

by TiBOthy J. O'leary, NiUiam A. Gibson, Jr.,, 

Ira L. Shannon, Carlos F. Schuessler and Claude 

L. Nabers. July 63, lOp. 

Task 775602 

SAM-B TDR63 51 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Dentistry, Medical research). 
Diseases, Teeth, Mouth, Detection, Training, 
Dental personnel. 

Methods of detecting gingival a nd per iodonta 1 
breakdown and periodontal irritants were studied: 
(1) Nith a coaprehensive periodontal exaaination 
used as a criterion, three screening examinations 
for the detection of periodontal disorders were 
evaluated. Two systems, the ''mesial*' and the 
••mesial plus distal'' proved 94.1 and 98.0 % 
accurate. (2) By use of the mesial screening 
system, inter- and intra-examiner consistency be- 
tween examinations on the same individual was con- 
sidered. (3) Agreement of the periodontists on 
scoring disease was checked. (4) "General den- 
tists were trained in the use of the mesial 
screening system and the system for scoring local 
irritants. After 3 hours of training, six den- 
tists independently assessed 20 subjects on two 
occasions. Nith the chief investigator's score 
used as the criterion, the participating dentists 
failed to detect advanced gingival or periodontal 
disease in only 3 of 78 subjects. When failures 
to refer and wrong referrals were combined, er- 
rors by dentist ranged from 10 to 30$. (Author) 



AD-417 665 DlT. 16 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $3.60 

Stanford Research Inst., Menlo Park, Calif. 
FALLOUT NUCLIDE SOLUBILITY, FOLIAGE CONTAMINA- 
TION, AND PLANT PART UPTAKE CONTOUR RATIOS, 
by Carl F. Miller. July 63. 30p. 
SRI ProJ. IMUA021 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Radioactive fallout. Contamina- 
tion), Plants (Botany), Physiology, Solubility, 
Mathematical models. Food, Soils, Absorption 
( Biologi cal ) . 

Mathematical formulations for fallout nuclide 
solubility, foliage contamination, and plant part 
uptake contour ratios are presented for estimat- 
ing the degree to which various radionuclides in 
fallout enter the food chains. The nuclide 
solubility is determined, for the fallout from a 
land-surface detonation, mainly by the properties 
of the soil carrier material at the point of 
detonation and other conditions of detonation. 
The major parameters which determine foliage 
contamination are the size of the deposited 
particles, the foliage surface density, and the 
fallout deposit level. The type of leaf surface 
and its orientation are also factors, but the 
available data are not adequate to resolve the 
effect of these two factors on the direct con- 
tamination of foliage. Very few data are 
available on the change in foliar contamination 
with plant size or age for animal crops. (Author) 



17. METALLURGY 



AD-417 111 Div. 17 
(TISTM/AM) OTS price $1.75 

Defense Documentation Center, Cameron Station, 
Alexandria, Va. (223U) 

LIQUID METALS, LIQUID METAL ALLOYS AND THEIR 
APPLICATIONS. 
A rept. bibliography, 

eomp. by Angelo Muccino. Sep 63, 3'I1 refs. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Bibliographies, Liquid metals), 
(•Liquid metals. Bibliographies), ("Abstracts, 
Liquid metals). Heat transfer, Thermody namica. 
Physical properti^. Electrical properties. 
Corrosion, Hydraulic fluids. Handling, Hazards, 
Alloys, Fluid mechanics. Mechanical properties. 
Power, Chemical properties. Coolants, Cooling, 
Electrochemistry, Design, Handbooks , Lubri- 
cants, Lubrication, Seals (Stoppers), Surface 
properties. Transport properties. 



AD-A17 660 Div. 16 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $2.60 

California U., Berkeley. 
(No title) . 

Technical progress rept. no. 26, 1 Jan- 
30 June 59. 
30 June 59, 551p. 

Contracts N7onr29536 and N7onr29540 
ONR 792 19 Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ("Pseudomonas , Scientific re- 
search), ("Microorganisms, Scientific re- 
search), (•Bacteria. Scientific research). 
Physiology, Metabolism, Space biology, De- 
tection, Environmental tests, Pasturella, 
Viruses, Infections, Brucella, Pathology, 
Immunity, Aerosols, Coccidioides , Antigens 
and antibodies, Cells, NaTil research. 



AD-il17 137 Div. 17 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $ii.60 

IIT Research Inst., Chicago, 111. 

HIGH TEMPERATURE OXIDATION PROTECTIVE COATINGS 

FOR VANADIUM-BASE ALLOYS. 

Final rept., 13 Sep 62-12 Aug 63. 

12 Sep 63, Up. Bept. no. B6001 5 

Contract N600 19 59182 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Vanadium alloys. Protective 
treatments), ("Niobium alloys, Protective 
treatments). Coatings, Metal coatings, Silicon, 
Nickel, Cobalt, Nickel compounds, Silicon com- 
pounds. Cobalt compounds. Processing, Oxi- 
dation, Flame spraying, Titanium alloys. 
Zirconium alloys. Carbon alloys. 



44 



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base alloys 
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AD-ii17 162 Div. 17, 25 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price |1.60 



Columbia U. , N. Y. 

A GENERALIZED THEORY OF STRAIN-RATE-DEPENDENT 

PLASTIC WAVE PROPAGATION IN BARS, 

by Jacob Lubliner. Aug 63, I6p. Technical rept. 

no. 33; CU3 63 

Contract Nonr26686, ProJ. NR064. ^28 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Mechanical waves, Metals), 
("Metals, Mechanical waves), Stresses, Elas- 
ticity, Deformation, Plasticity, Metals, Math- 
ematical analysis. Differential equations. 
Equations, Loading (Mechanics), Dynamics, 
Mathematical model. Theory, Relaxation time. 
Impact shock. Propagation. 

A theory of plastic wave propagation in bars is 
formulated on the basis of a general quasi- 
linear constitutive equation. It is shown that 
the ''strain-rate-independent'' and ''strain- 
rate-dependent'' theories are special cases of 
the generalized theory, and conditions are 
shown under which one or the other nay be 
valid. (Author) 



AD-417 185 
(TISTM/AM) 



Div. 
OTS price 



17, U 
18.10 



Defense Metals Information Center, Columbus, 

Ohio. 

DEFENSE METALS INFORMATION CENTER SELECTED 

ACCESSIONS. I 

comp. by Patricia B. Plate. July 63, 68p. 

Contract AF33 616 7747. ProJ. 2 8 8975 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Bibliographies, Materials), 
Metals, Alloys, Ceramic materials. Graphite, 
Cobalt alloys, Nickel alloys. Steels, Stainless 
steels. Beryllium, Titanium, Magnesium, Sili- 
con, Chromium, Molybdenum, Coatings, Rhenium, 
Tantalum, Vanadium, Tungsten, Mechanical prop- 
erties. Welding, Corrosion, Rolling (Metal- 
lurgy), Refi;actory metals and alloys. Niobium. 

Contents: High-Strength Alloys — Cobalt base; 
Nickel base; Engineering steels; Stainless 
steels; and Iron base. Light Metals — Beryllium; 
Titanium; Magnesium; and Silicon. Nonmetal- 
lics — Carbon, Graphite; Special refractories; 
and Ceramic oxide. Refractory Metals — Colum- 
bium; Chromium; Molybdenum; Rhenium; Tantalum; 
Vanadium; Tungsten; and Platinun group. Miscel- 
laneous — Coatings; Applications; and Composites. 



AD-417 231 Div. 17, 25. 
(TISTE/CRJ) OTS price $2.60 



Rome Air Development Center, Grtffiss Air Force 
Base, N. Y. 



METALLURGY - Division 17 

SIMPLIFIED DETERMINATION OF DIELECTRIC CONSTANTS 

APPLICABLE TO MICROWAVE ABSORBERS, 

by Roger Ringlund, Bruno Beek and Karl Kirk. 

June 63, 19p. 

Pro.). 5546, Task 554603 

RADC TDR63 241 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Dielectrics, Materials), 
("Materials, Dielectric properties). Micro- 
wave frequency. Measurement, Test methods. 
Theory, Functions, Electric fields. Magnetic 
fields. Absorption, Microwaves. 

A process was studied which allows the rapid test- 
ing of selected dielectric materials having low 
loss. This process was evolved by considering 
the general functions which provide dielectric 
constant and loss tangent and by making certain 
acceptable assumptions. The method of leasure- 
ment required the direct determination of the 
wavelength existing in the material under test. 
For selected materials, the validity of this 
measurement is exemplified and discussed. 
(Author) 



AD-417 237 Div. 17, 4 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $1.60 

IIT Research Inst., Chicago, 111. 
EMBRITTLEMENT OF METALS BY ORGANIC LIQUIDS. 
Quarterly rept. no. 3, 1 June-31 Aug 63. 
16 Sep 63, 12p. Rept. no. IITRI B183B2 3 
Contract DA110RD022 3108 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Steel, Brittleness) , ('Metals, 
Organic compounds), ("Organic compounds, 
Metals), Alcohols, Exposure, Liquids, Tensile 
properties. Stresses, Fracture (Mechanics), 
Loading (Mechanics), Fatigue (Mechanics), 
Water, Failure (Mechanics), Tests. 

It is shown that embr ittlement of high-strength 
steel can be revealed by the use of a deeply 
and sharply notched specimen in tension-tension 
fatigue. Test results show a relationship 
between degree of embr ittlement and the length 
of long chain alcohols. In this series water 
appears to behave as an alcohol. Moreover, the 
embr ittlement by water is essentially indepen- 
dent of pH and the presence of saline solutes. 
(Author) 



AD-417 253 
(TISTM/BRW) 



Div. 17 
OTS price |2, 



60 



Technische Hochschule, Aachen (Germany). 

RECRYSTALLIZATION OF SINGLE CRYSTALS. 

Final technical rept., 

by Kurt Lucke. Aug 63, 17p. 

Contract DA91 591 EUC 2438 

Unclassified report 



riDtors: ("Single crystals, Recrystalli- 
on), ("Metallic crystals. Crystal growth). 



Descr i 
zat i 

Silver, Aluminum, Aluminum alloys. Manganese 
alloys. Deformation, Nucleation, Heat treat- 
ment. Theory, Crystals. 



Grain bounda 
t ai ned by s i 
been studied 
strained sin 
ation has be 
on Al and Al 
tained. The 
results has 
quantitative 
tering of th 
tion, (2) by 



ry motion in silver bi 
ntering of two single 
The work on growth 
gle crystals after art 
en continued, Interes 
-Mn alloys and on Ag h 

theoretical interpret 
been promoted by (I) i 

description of the or 
e crystals obtained by 

developing a theory 



-crystals ob- 
crystals has 
select ion in 
ificial nucle- 
ting results 
ave been ob- 
ation of these 
ntroduction of 
ientation scat- 
growth selec- 
f growth selec- 



45 



Division 17 - METALLURGY 

tion in single crystals on a statistical basis 
and by applying this theory to the above men- 
tioned oeasurenents, and (3) by inproving the 
physical theory of grain boundary motion in the 
presence of impurity atoms. (Author) 



AD-A17 ^13 
(TISTM/BRW) 



Div. 17. 
OTS price $1 



26 
10 



Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

THE FEASIBILITY OF THE USE OF LIOUID-METAL 

FUSIONS AS LUBRICANTS, 

by A. N. Tynnyy, M. I. Chayevskiy and V. A. 

Teterskiy. 15 Aug 63, 9p. 

FTD TT63 "ill* Unclassified report 



In order to develop ti 
yield strength in the 
a series of 15 eight-p 
pared at two interstit 
their evaluation, l^ fi 
prepared and tested bo 
Weldability studies wi 
sheet material. Beta 
been determined for ea 
25-gram ingots. Meltin 
pound ingots have been 
heat treating and test 
specimens are in progr 
testing of specimens w 
alloys and the data ar 
(Author) 



tanium alloys with 0.1^ 
range 2^0.000-260,000 psi, 
ound alloys are being pre- 
ial levels. Following 
fty-pound alloys will be 
th as sheet and bar stock. 
11 be performed on the 
transus temperatures have 
ch of the 30 a Hoys on 
g and forging of the eight- 
completed and machining, 
ing of tensile and impact 
ess. Heat treatment and 
ere completed for seventeen 
e included in this report. 



Trans, from Voprosy Mashi novedeniya i Prochnosti 
V Mash i no St royeni i , Izdatel'stvo Akademii Nauk 
Ukrainskoy SSR. Kiev, 9:8, pp. 41-^6. 1962. 

Descriptors: ('Liquid metals. Lubricants), 
(•Bearings, Lubrication), (»Gears, Lubrica- 
tion), High temperature research. Feasibility 
studies, Sodium, Lead alloys. Tin alloys. 
Steel, Friction, Chlorine compounds, Sulfur 
compounds, Eutectics, Salts, Bismuth alloys. 
Cadmium alloys. 

The use of fusions of low-melting metals as 
lubricants in sliding bearings and worm reduction 
gears is proposed in this article. Such use of 
fusions will enable us to eliminate the special 
cooling deviceji^ used at the present time for 
cooling friction components in high-temperature 
installation lubricated with mineral oil, and to 
considerably increase the efficiency of friction 
pairs'. (Author) 



AD-ii17 ^69 Div. 17, U 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $8. 60 

Battelle Memorial Inst., Columbus, Ohio. 

DEFENSE METALS INFORMATION CENTER, SELECTED 

ACCESSIONS, 

comp. by Mary F. Banks. Aug 63, 73p. 

Contract AF33 616 77^7, Proj . 2 8 8975 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Metals, Abstracts), ("Alloys, 
Abstracts), ("Abstracts, Metals), ("Bibliog- 
raphiei, Metals), Heat resistant metals and 
alloys. Refractory metals and alloys, Cobalt 
alloys. Nickel alloys. Steel, Stainless steel. 
Iron alloys. Beryllium, Titanium. Magnesium, 
Silicon, Carbon, Graphite, Refractory materials. 
Ceramic materials. Oxides. Niobium, Chromium, 
Molybdenum. Rhenium, Tantalum, Vanadium, 
Tungsten, Platinum, Coatings, Composite 
nateri als. 



AD-ii17 ^72 
(TISTM/AMS) 



Div. 17 
OTS price |i;.60 



New York U., Coll. -of Engineering, N. Y. 

DEVELOPMENT OF TOUGH, HIGH STRENGTH ALPHA-BETA 

TITANIUM-BASE ALLOYS AT 2^0,000-260,000 PSI YIELD 

STRENGTH LEVEL. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 3, 25 Dec 62- 

25 Mar 63, 

by P. A. Farrar and H. Margolin. Mar 63, ^1p. 

Contract DA30 0690RD3690, Proj. 59332008 

(KAL TRiiOI/300 2 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Titanium alloys. Experimental 
data). Aluminum alloys. Vanadium alloys. Tin 
alloys. Tensile properties. Iron alloys. Copper 
alloys, Ductility, Oxygen, Carbon, Nitrogen, 
Transition temperature, Toughness, Hot working, 
ZirconiuB alloys. . 



AD-417 ^8P Div. 17 

(TISTM/AM) OTS price $1.10 

Pennsylvania State U. , University Park. 

EFFECTS OF TRI AXIAL STRESSES ON MECHANICAL 

PROPERTIES OF METALS UNDER HIGH PRESSURE. 

Final rept., 1 Oct 61-30 Sep 62. 

5 Sep 63, 3p. 

Grant AF AF0SR62 113 

AFOSR 5273 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Metals, Mechanical properties), 
("Hydrostatic pressure, Stresses), Report, 
Plasticity, Deformation, Theory, Fatigue (Me- 
chanics), Life expectancy. Test equipment. 
Damping, Internal friction, Anisotropy. 



AD-/i17 507 Div. 17, U, 30 
(TISTM/AM) OTS price $2.60 

General Dynamics, Fort Worth, Tex. 

ULTRAHIGH PRESSURE AS A TOOL FOR MOLECULAR 

ENGINEERING, 

by E. Leigh Secrest. 11 Mar 63. 27p. Rept. no. 

ERR FWI92 

Contract AF33 657 112U 

Unclassified report 

Presented at Oklahoma State University, Still- 
water, Oklahoma, 11 March 1963, as a part of the 
Engineering Lecture Series of the Department of 
Engineering. 

Descriptors: ("Materials, Engineering), ("High 
pressure research. Materials), Phase studies. 
Graphite, Carbon, Bismuth, Diamonds, Synthesis, 
—^Pressure, Resistance (Electrical), Test methods, 
Test equipment, Silicon compounds. Oxides, 
Impact shock. Shock waves. 

Some of the ways in which ultrahigh pressure (UHP) 
is being used in materials science laboratories 
as a tool for molecular engineering are presented. 
(Author) 



AD-^17 550 Div. 17 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $2.60 

New York U, , N. Y. 

A STUDY OF THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE DECOMPOSI- 
TION OF THE INTERMEDIATE PHASE GAMMA Ti3Al, 
Rept. for 1 Dec 61-31 Jan 63, 
by P. A. Farrar and H. Margolin. May 63, l6p. 
Contract AF33 657 768^, Proj. 7351, Task 735105 
ASD TDR63 325, pt. 1 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Titanium alloys. Phase 
studies), ("Aluminum alloys. Phase studies), 
( "Intermetal lie compounds. Decomposition), 
Preparation, Rolling (Metallurgy), Heat treat- 



46 



MIUTARY SCIENCES AND OPERATIONS - Division 18 



ment, Metallography, Microstructur e. Zirconium 
alloys. Copper alloys , 'Molybdenum alloys, 
Niobium alloys. Tantalum alloys, Vanadium 
alloys. Carbon alloys, Silver alloys, Sintering, 
Melting, Forging. 



In ord 

decomp 

Ti3Al 

1000, 

effect 

compos 

ties i 

7-1 55t 

pletio 

lected 

determ 

(Autho 



er to St 

osition 
tentativ 
850, 700 

of cert 
i tion ra 
n the bi 
Al are n 
n of the 

8 pound 
ined and 
r) 



udy the factors 

of the intermed 

e partial isoth 

and 600 C were 

ain Beta stabil 

tes was also st 

nary Ti-Al syst 

ow being studie 

phase diagram 

ingots will be 

mechanic a 1 pro 



effecting the 
iate phase gamma 
ermal sections at 

determined. The 
iters on the de- 
udied. Uncertain- 
em in the range of 
d. Following corn- 
work, three se- 

nelted, TTT curves 
parties evaluated. 



AD-^17 557 Div. 17, 25 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price 111. 00 

Johns Hopkins U. , Baltimore, M() 
REACTION OF FINE METAL WIRES TO IMPOSED LOADS 
by P. W. Kingman, Robert E. Green, Jr., and 
Robert B. Pond, Sr. Jan 63, 139p. 
Contract DA36 034 5090RD3377 , 

Unclassifiitd report 



Descriptors: ("Aluminum, Compressive prop- 
erties), ("Single crystals. Aluminum), Crystal 
growth. Deformation, Strain (Mechanics), 
Stresses, Wire. 



The appl 
sion tes 
selected 
the pres 
This siz 
dependen 
and or ie 
the pred 
harden in 
for dupl 
the magn 
strain c 



icatio 
t to s 
diame 
ence o 
e ef f e 
t , and 
nta tio 
iction 
gins 
ex sli 
i tude 
urve. 



n of a 
ingle 
ters f 
f n di 
ct wa s 
it wa 
n depe 
s of S 
ingle 
p show 
but no 
except 



con 
crys 
rom 
a met 

f ou 
s su 
nden 
eege 
slip 
ed a 
t th 

in 



stent 
ta Is 
1/4 t 
er-de 
nd to 
ggest 
ce we 
r' s t 
. Sp 
slig 
e sha 
some 



geometry compret- 
of a 1 umi num of 
1/64 in. showed 
pendent size effect. 

be orientation 
ed that the size 
re consistent with 
heory of work 
ecimens oriented 
ht size effect on 
pe of the stress- 
cases. (Author) 



AD-417 623 Div. 17 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $2.00 



Aerojet-General Corp., Azusa, Calif. 

STRESS-CORROSION CRACKING OF HIGH-STRENGTH 

ALLOYS. 

Final rept., 1 July 62-1 June 63, 

by R. B. Setterlund. Sep 63, 27p. Rept. no. 

Contract DA04 4950RD3069 

Unclassified report 



2684 



Descriptors: ("Steel, Corrosion), ("Titanium 
• Hoys, Corrosion), ("Stresses, Corrosion), 
Fracture (Mechanics), Alloys, Tool steel. 
Nickel alloys. Aging (Materials), Corrosive 
gases, Corrosive liquids. Test methods, Humid- 
ity, Salts, Environmental tests. Aluminum al- 
loys. Vanadium alloys. Water, Hydrocarbons, 
Heat treatment. Welds, Cobalt alloys. Theory, 
Electrochemistry, Rocket cases. Mechanical 
properties. Protective treatments, Plastic 
coatings, Fractography , Electron microscopy. 



A St 

perf 
5 he 
4V t 
unde 
anne 
mara 
viro 
wate 
(Olu 



ress-corros ion-crack ing investigation was 
ormed on 1 heat of 20%-nickel maraging steel, 
ats of 18$-nickel maraging steel, and 6AI- 
itanium alloy. These alloys were tested 
r three metallurgical conditions: (1) 
aled and maraged, (2) cold-reduced and 
ged, and (3) welded and maraged. Test en- 
nments included aerated distilled water, tap 
r, and 3% NaCl and 0.25/K sodium dichromate 
tiont, as well as ambient air, 140 F water- 



saturated air, seacoast atmospheric exposure, 
hydrocarbon oil, soluble oil-water mixtures and 
trichoroethylene. Test methods included both 
two-point loaded beams and tensile-loaded 
samples having fatigue-crack stress-raisers. 
(Author) 

AD-^17 675 Div. 17 
(TISTM/REB) OTS price $1.60 

MSA Research Corp., Gallery, Pa. 

FACTORS AFFECTING TH COMPATIBILITY OF LIQUID 

CESIUM WITH CONTAINMENT METALS. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 4, June-Aug 63, 

by F. Tepper and J. Greer. I3 Sep 63, 9p. Rept. 

no. 63 126 

Contract AF33 657 9168 

Unclssified report 

Descriptors: ("Cesium. Compatibility), ("Cor- 
rosive liquids. Cesium), Refractory metals 
and alloys. Niobium alloys. Zirconium alloys. 
Molybdenum alloys. Titanium alloys. Liquid 
metals. Solubility, Corrosion, Reaction kinet- 
ics, Boi ling. 



Work 
ni sms 
ium 
molyb 
t ions 
of TD 
cesi u 
vs Cb 
heate 
2500 
al loy 
ref ra 
tempe 
solub 
stage 



is conti 

associa 

n Haynes 

denum-1/ 

have be 

Nickel, 

Diss 

-IZr and 

d in a c 

F respec 

s in 1 i q 

ctory me 

rature. 

i lity of 

. (Autho 



nuing 
ted wi 
-25, c 
2SS tit 
en per 

a di s 
imi lar 

Cb-IZ 
esium 
t i vely 
uid ce 
tal cr 

A dev 

carbo 
r) 



on investigation of mecha- 
th the attack of liquid ces- 
olumbium-1$ zirconium and 
aniuffl. Preliminary evalua- 
formed on the compatibility 
persion alloy, with liquid 

metal capsules of Haynes-25 
r vs Mo-1/2Ti have been 
environment at 1800 F and 

Solubility studies of the 
slum are underway, utilizing 
ucibles for sampling at 
ice for determination of the 
n in cesium is in the design 



AD-417 692 Div. 17 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $7.60 

Du Pont Metals Center, E. I. Ou Pont De Nemours 
and Co. Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

THE DEVELOPMENT OF OPTIMUM MANUFACTURING METHODS 
FOR COLUMBIUM ALLOY SHEET. 
Interim rept. no. 9, 15 Dec 62-15 July 63. 
by A. L. Mincher. 31 Aug 63, 62p. 
Contract AF33 6OO 39942. ASD Proj. no. 7 784 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Niobium alloys. Manufacturing 
methods), ("Sheets, Processing), Refractory 
metals and alloys. Tungsten alloys, Zirconium 
alloys. Carbon alloys. Mechanical properties. 
Physical properties, Tensile properties. 
Stresses, Rupture, Strain (Mechanics), Micro- 
structure, High temperature research. Creep, 
Melting, Extrusion, Rolling (Metallurgy), Hot 
working, Cold working. Heat treatment, Agino 
(Materials). 




0.030 
sheet conversion and evalua- 
tion of properties are 



Details 



reported. (Author) 



18. 



MILITARY SCIENCES AND 
OPERATIONS 



AD-417 104 Div. 18 

(TISTB/WA) OTS price $2. 



60 



RAND Corp., Santa Monica, Calif. 
ON LOCAL WAR DOCTRINE. 



47 



Division 19 - NAVIGATION 

by MalcolB W. Hoag. Aug 61, 26p. Rept. no. 

P2A33 

Unclaitlfied report 

Descriptors: (•Limited war). Theory, Psychol- 
ogy. Armed Forces (Foreign), Guerrilla war- 
fare. Military strategy, Nuclear weapons. 



AD-^17 525 Div. 18 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $2.60 

George Wnshington U., Washington. D. C. 

A LOGISTICS PERFORMANCE INDEX. 

by W. H. Marlow nnd W. L. Wilkinson. 13 Aug 63, 

22p. 

Contracts Nonr76103 ^nd Nonr76105, Projs. NR 

3i;5 107 nnd NH04.7 001 

« Unclnssified report 

Descriptors: ("Logistics. Effectiveness). 
Operntion. Mnt hera:it i c n 1 nnnlysis, Subm:rines. 

Identifiers: 1963, Perforannce index. Deploy- 
ment, Linenr weights. 

This paper introduces ; simple performance index 
for use as a 'figure of merit' or 'over-all meas- 
ure of effectiveness.' for particijlar means of 
accomplishing a given operi'tion. A special 
linear form of the gener 1 index is developed in 
detail and its ::pplication is illustrated for 
two c 'ses: transportation to support overseas 
deployments and submarine repair parts inventory 
problems. (Author) 



AD--i17 ItU 
(TISTM/BRW) 



Div. 18 
OTS price $9. 



60 



Dunlap and Associates Inc., Stamford, Conn. 
A STUDY OF PROCUREMENT COSTS AT THE SHIPS PARTS 
CONTROL CENTER. VOLUME I. CONCEPTS. METHODOLO- 
GY. AND RESULTS. 
31 July 61, lO^p. 
Contract Nonr2360 00 

Unclassified report 

r 

Descriptors: (*Naval procurement. Costs), 
(•Logistics, Naval research). Theory, Data, 
Numerical analysis. Mathematical prediction. 
Mathematical models. 



This project is part of 
program in logistics of 
and Accounts, Oepartmen 
pose is to develop cost 
by existing and foresee 
tory control, and I'ogis 
cision rules for the Na 
B of the project is con 
costs at the Ships Part 
dictive cost functions 
which distinguish betwe 
chase action (e.g., pur 
contracts, etc.), sourc 
(e.g., reviews of syste 
from the fleet, etc.), 
procedures. (Author) 



the applied research 
the Bureau of Supplies 
t of the Navy. Its pur- 
theory and data required 
able procurement, inven- 
tic system management de- 
vy supply system. Phase 
cerned with procurement 
s Control Center. Pre- 
(models) are developed 
en various types of pur- 
chase orders, advertised 
es of workload input 
m stocks, requisitions 
and internal processing 



AD-^17 797 
(TISTB/WA) 



Div. 18. 32 
OTS price |1 .60 



American U. , Washington. D. C. 

A PRELIMINARY BIBLIOGRAPHY ON STUDIES OF THE 
ROLES OF MILITARY ESTABLISHMENTS IN DEVELOPING 
NATIONS. 

by Peter B. Riddleberger . 10 July 63. 12p. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (» Military organizations, Bib- 
liographies). (•Bibliographies. Military 



organizations), Military government. Political 
science, Military facilities, Warfare, Opera- 
tions research. Economics. 



This r 
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19. NAVIGATION 



AD-i17 195 Div. 19, 8 
(TISTA/FRL) OTS price $3.00 

Vitro Labs., Silver Spring, Md. 

CORRELATION OF OPERATIONAL RELIABILITY WITH 

INHERENT RELIABILITY OF AIRBORNE TACAN EQUIPMENT. 

Final rept., U Nov 60-3 Feb 62, 

by Janes W. Thomas. Nov 62, KSp. 

Contract AF33 600 ii2323 

ASD TDR62 839 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Radio navigation, Airborne), 
Reliability, Factories, Maintainability, 
Ultrahigh frequency. Tests, Failure 
(Mechanics), Operation, Electronic equipment. 
Maintenance, Reliability (Electronics), 
Radio beacons. 

This study provides a correlation between the 
operational reliability of airborne electronic 
equipment and the inherent reliability of the 
same equipment demonstrated in the manufacturer's 
plant. The airborne portion of a short range 
navigation system known as TACAN was the subject 
equipment in the study. Operational reliability 
was determined from results of a controlled 
field test of TACAN units installed in fighter- 
interceptor aircraft. Inherent reliability was 
determined from results of Factory Advisory 
Group for Reliability of Electronic Equipment 
(AGREE) tests required by contract to demonstrate 
adherence to a specific numerical reliability 
requirement. Contributing factors to differences 
between factory AGREE reliability and field 
reliability are examined in detail to provide a 
basis for assessing the application of AGREE 
procedures as a means for obtaining reliable 
electronic equipment in the end use environment. 
Additional aspects investigated were equipment 
maintainability and availability, failure re- 
porting procedures, use of elapsed time indica- 
tors, and field resources required for TACAN 
maintenance. (Author) 

AD-417 680 Div. 19. 33 
(TISTA/LSK) OTS price $10.10 

Laboratories for Research and Development. 

Franklin Inst., Philadelphia. Pa. 

INFORMATION DISPLAY IN THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL 



48 



NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY - Division 20 



SYSTEM. A COORDINATED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 

APPROACH. 

by Edward P. Buckley and Thoma* H. Green. 

12 Mar 62, 1v. 

Contract FAA BRDil23 

Unclaisif Jed report 

Original contains color plates: all DDC 
reproductions will be in black and white. 
Original may be seen in DDC Hq.. 

Descriptors: ("Air traffic control systems. 
Display systems). ("Display systems. Hunan 
engineering). ("Air traffic controllers. 
Decision making). Job analysis. Automation. 
Communication theory. Statistical analysis. 

This paper presents a plan of attack on the 
problen of displays for use in advanced air 
traffic control systens. The method, known as 
CODE ('Controller Decision Evaluation'), consists 
of the experimental comparison of display 
information and formats under conditions of 
scoreable static simulations. The experinenta 1 
displays are simulations of radar scopes 
projected from film strips for multiple viewing. 
Independent variables are the type, amount, 
and/or level of detail of infornation presented 
to the controller; dependent variables are 
success in predicting conflictlons and/or 
delays. The technique nakes it possible to 
assess the effectiveness of ATC Systens which as 
yet are only visualized, as well as of systems 
now being developed or in actual operation. 
Two experiments are reported utilizing the meth- 
od. An experinental program it presented to 
study the effects of progressively advanced 
degrees of automated information processing upon 
controller decision-making. A matrix is pre- 
sented showing the steps to be taken for the 
orderly development of a fully automated systen. 
The CODE experinents to be performed prior to 
the development of each level of automation, as 
indicated in the matrix, are di,|cussed. (Author) 



20. NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND 
NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY 

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Paris U 
THEORETI 
HIGH ENE 
by Louis 
Contract 
AFOSR Re 

Descri 

(•Pola 

physic 

Quant u 

ics). 

Matrix 

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(France) . 

CAL STUDY OF PARTICLE POLARIZATION IN 
RGY PHYSICS, 

Michel. 1962, 

AF61 052 UlU 
pt. no. 5287 



33p. 



Uncitssif ie 



d report 



ptors: ("Nuclear particles, Momentum), 
rization. Particles), Scattering, Nuclear 
8, Nuclear scattering, Naclear spins, 
n nechanics. Transformations (Mathenat- 
Energy, Operators (Mathematics), Algebras, 

algebra. Decay schenes. Nuclear cross 
ni. Hyperoni, Baryons, Mesons. 



Covariant description of particles polarization 
is explained from the foundation of quantum 
theory and relativistic invariance. Several 
applications in High Energy Physics are presented. 
(Author) 



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Kansas U. , Lawrence. 

RESONANCES IN YIELD CURVE OF THE SI-30(PH0T0N 

GAMMA) P-31 REACTION (E SUB P » 1.5 TO 3.0 MEV' 

RANGE) , 

by Richard M. Roberds. July 63, ^.^.p. 

Unclassified report 



Hastens thesis. 

Descriptors: ("Nuclear energy levels. Gamma 
proton reaction), ("Gamma proton reaction. 
Radioactive isotopes). ("Silicon, Gamma proton 
reaction), ("Phosphorus, Gamma proton 
reaction). Proton bombardment. Radioactive 
isotopes. Gamma rays. Proton beams. Radioactive 
decay, Nuclear magnetic resonance. Excitation. 

This study was concerned with proton energies 
between 1.5 and 3.0 Hev and is intended to be 
an extension of experimental work done previously 
in this laboratory. It was performed to provide 
the basis for further investigation of the 
excited states of p-31. The reaction Si-30 
(p, gamma)p-31 within the range of proton 
energies 1.5 to 3.0 Mev has been studied by 
several authors but,^the range was covered com- 
pletely only by Barnard et al. Using an en- 
riched Si-30 target approximately 7 kev thick 
and incident proton energies from 1.0 to ^.25 
Mev, Barnard et al. found ^6 resonances over the 
range covered in this study. However, because of 
the inherent nature of p-31 to display groups of 
closely spaced resonance levels, it was felt that 
the experimental results of Barnard et al. might 
not have resolved all the existing resonance 
levels. The data obtained in this work show that 
this feeling was Justified to an extent far 
beyond intuitive expectations. (Author) 

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Engineering-Science Inc., Pasadena, Calif. 

THE RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OF METROPOLITAN 

WATER WORKS FOLLOWING NUCLEAR WAR ATTACK. 

Hay 63, U7p. 

Contract OCD 0S62 106 

AEC NP 12902 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Nuclear explosion damage. Water 
supplies), ("Water supplies. Recovery), Civil 
defense systems. Vulnerability, Radioactive 
fallout. Contamination, Storage, Urban areas. 
Thermal radiation. Blast, Personnel, Nuclear 
warfare. 



The emergency wa 
period were stud 
opment of invent 
showing the poss 
with methods of 
many activities 
the effect of th 
increase the cap 
been considered 
an aid in the tr 
development of a 



ter needs in a post attack 
ied. Procedures for the devel- 
ories of auxiliary supplies 
ible sources of supply together 
distribution were studied. The 
and measures that will lessen 
e forces of destruction and 
ability for recovery that have 
in this study are presented as 
aining of personnel and the 
state of readiness. (Author) 



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Utah U,, Salt Lake City. 

MUON CAPTURE IN CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS, 

by Roy Eugene Herman. Aug 63, 29p. 

Unclassified report 

Mastens thesis. 

Descriptors: ("Meson capture. Chemical com- 
pounds). Oxides, Silicon compounds. Phosphorus 
compouitds. Probability, Test equipment. Test 
method. Cosmic rays. Statistical analysis. 
Digital computers. Programming (Languages). 

The purpose of the present experiment was to 
investigate the law governing the probability 
that a muon should cone to rest on a particular 
atom in a chenical compound. For this purpose, 
two true binary compounds were used: Si02 and' 



49 



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P205. The apparatus used in this experiment 
was the same as used by Neilsen (1962), Jacob 
(1963) and Wakitsch (1963). The results were: 
0/P 2.82 ± O.iVS 
* 0/Si 2.2J^ ± 0.38 
The results were in agreement with the stoichio- 
metric ratios of the compounds. (Author) 

J 

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Radiation Effects Information Center, Columbus, 

Ohio. 

RADIATION EFFECTS INFOBMATION CENTER. MONTHLY 

ACCESSION LIST ABSTRACTS, PART I. 

15 Sep 63, 27p. REIC Accession List 67 

Contract AF33 657 10085 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Abstracts. Materials). ("Radia- 
tion damage. Materials). ("Materials, Radia- 
tion damage). Space environmental conditions, 
Ceramic materials. Polymers, Plastics, Inor- 
ganic compounds. Organic compounds, Electronic 
equipment, Metals. Alloys, Steel. 



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General Dynamics. Fort Worth. Tex. 

A SYSTEMIZATION AND PENETRATION STUDY FOR 

STRAIGHT CYLINDRICAL DUCTS. 

by D. G. Collins and L. W. McCleary. 31 May 

i;5p. Document no. NARF63 3T; FZK9 182 

Contract AF33 657 7201 

Unclassified report 



63. 



Descriptors: ("Ducts. Cylindrical bodies). 
("Neutron beams. Ducted bodies). Experimental 
data. Aluminum, Fast neutrons. Neutron detec- 
tors. Polonium. Beryllium. Sources. Neutrons, 
Neutron scattering. Dose rate. Shielding. 
Mater. Monte Carlo method. Neutron transport 
theory. Mathematical analysis, Isotropism, 
Ducted bends. Neutron flux. Penetration. 

A study was conducted to determine the effect 
that varying the length and diameter of a 
straight cylindrical duct has on the neutron 
radiation streaming through the duct. An experi- 
ment was set up in which a polonium-beryllium 
source was located on centerline in the mouth 
of an aluminum duct penetrating a water slab. 
The resulting data were analyzed by use of two 
Monte Carlo procedures developed to analyze 
radiation streaming through cylindrical ducts. 
Results of additional calculations are shown to 
indicate the possibility of extending the experi- 
mental findings to duct problems Involving dif- 
ferent source energy and angular distributions 
and different shielding materials. (Author) 

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Pittsburgh U. . Pa. 

AFTERGLOW ATOMIC COLLISION PROCESSES. 

by Manfred A. Biondl. 20 Aug 63. 34p. Technical 

repi. no. 1 ; Rept . no. 3 

Contract Nonr62406 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Phosphorescence. Gas ioniza- 
tion). Excitation, Atoms, Ions, Electrons, 
Gases, Microwaves, Microwave frequency. Absorp- 
tion, Scattering, Diffusion, Electron den- 
sity. Decay schemes. Recombination reactions. 
Molecules, Partial differential equations. 
Equations, Gas discharges. Discharge tubes. 

Keviews briefly the information concerning atomic 
collisions involving electrons, ions, excited 
atoms, and normal atoms at near-thermal energies 



which has been obtained from afterglow studies, 
that is. from the study of the behavior of an 
ionized gas following the removal of external 
ionizing agents. Describes briefly some of the 
principal techniques which have been used in 
afterglow investigations, then discusses the 
classes of atomic collision processes which 
have been successfully studied by these methods, 
and finally chooses representative examples to 
illustrate the scope of the atomic collision 
measurements. (Author) 

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Naval Ordnance Test Station. China Lake. Calif. 
REPORT OF FOREIGN VISIT TO UNITED KINGDOM. 22- 
26 JULY 1963. 
by James 0. Porteus. 16 Aug 63. 19p. 

unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Elastic scattering. Argon), 
("Electrons, Elastic scattering). Inelastic 
scattering. Energy, Electron beams. Diffusion 
pumps. Ionization gages. Electron diffraction 
analysis. Gas flow. Integral equations. 
Measurement. Atoms. 

The differential elastic scattering of electrons 
by argon gas has been investigated in the energy 
range 75 to 500 eV at angles of 4 to 160 degrees. 
The inelastic scattering has also been investi- 
gated at angles of 4 to 10 degrees from the 
forward direction. Electron energies measured 
by the retarding field method were differentiated 
and corrected for energy spread of the incident 
beam by an optimized method. Results are com- 
pared with other measurements and with recent 
calculations. (Author) 

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Mashington U. . Seattle. 

EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS. 

Final rept.. 1 Aug 62-30 June 63. 

by Franklin B. Shull. J. M. Fowler. J. B. 

Reynolds. R. Wilson and C. Hohenemser. 

30 June 63. 1v. 

Grant AF0SR62 428 

AFOSR 5284 Unclassified report 

Descriptors; ("Mossbauer effect. Tin), 
("Differential cross section, Nuclear re- 
actions). Cyclotrons. Gamma rays. Resonance 
scattering, Crystal lattice. Absorption, 
Deutron bombardment. Alpha particles. Nuclei. 
Neutrons. Protons. Polarization. Nuclear shell 
models, Mathematical models. Nuclear physics. 

Research activities and accomplishments are 
reported in two major sections. The first deals 
with the scientific accomplishments, and is 
necessarily somewhat brief because the cyclotron 
was out of operation and being remodelled 
throughout the period of research; it consists 
of a report of a study of the Mossbauer effect in 
beta-tin over the temperature range from 1.3 to 
370 degrees Kelvin, which did not require cyclo- 
tron operation for its continuation and a report 
of the analysis of differential cross-sections 
of several (d. alpha) reactions. The second 
section reports on the progress of the cyclo- 
tron redevelopment program and describes current 
operations and projections for the near future. 
(Author) 

AD-417 416 Div. 20, 16 
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Biomedical Lab., Aerospace Medical Div., Wright- 
Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 
RADIOMETRIC MEASUREMENT OF SKIN TEMPERATURE 

SO 



NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY - Division 20 



CHANGES DURING SIMUUTED NUCLEAR THERMAL 

RADIATION, 

by W. C. Kaufman and J. C. Pittnan. July 63, 

8p. 

AMRL Memo. no. M47 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Thermal radiation. Radiation 
effects), ("Radiation effects. Skin), Measure- 
ment, Temperature, Simulation, Burns, Infrared 
radiation, Intensity, Toleratces (Physiology), 
Nuclear explosions. 

Aircrew members delivering nuclear devices may be 
exposed to dangerous intensities of thermal 
radiation even though their cockpit is not 
oriented directly toward the detonation. Since 
accuracy of delivery may be inversely related to 
distance from the target it is important to 
determine the nearest safe distance from the 
detonation. Tolerable intensities were deter- 
mined first in a static fighter-bomber, but in 
those experiments the method prevented valid 
measurement of subjects' skin temperature in 
critical areas. A radiometer was designed and 
constructed using a lead telluride sensor, a 
mirror optical system, and a germanium optical 
filter. Nuclear thermal radiation was simulated 
with 18 heat lamps providing intensities, at the 
subject. A plexiglass optical filter simulated 
the aircraft canopy. Five subjects reported 
painfully hot sensations at skin temperatures of 
105-109 degrees F caused by thermal energies. 
True pain was reported at 112-116 degrees F. 
Radiometric measurement of theae temperatures in 
no way affected the thermal characteristics or 
response of the subjects. Temperatures were 
validated by subdermal thermocoaple measurements 
in 4 experiments. Determi nat ioa of the responses 
of 88'subjects gave statistically valid results. 
The responses of 6 negro subjects showed the 
importance of the filtering capabilities of 
plexiglass canopies as they are related to spec- 
tral characteristics of human skin. (Author) 



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Sydney U. (Australia). 

(No title). 

Technical final rept., 

July 63. 13p. 

Grant AF AF0SR62 410 

AFOSR Rept. no. 5282 



1 July 6a-30 June 63. 



t 



Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ("Cosmic rays, Upper atmosphere), 
("Radiation measurement systems, Cosmic rays), 
("Photographic emulsion. Cosmic rays). Cosmic 
ray bursts. Protons, Mesons, Electron density. 
Nuclear scattering. 

A study of high energy nuclear interactions was 
made using a 20 litre block of nuclear research 
emulsion flown to 115,000 ft for 6 1/2 hours over 
Holloman A.F.B.. New Mexico, an array of 64 large 
plastic scintillators, 600 G.'M. counters and four 
Wilson Cloud Chambers in Sydney, Australia and 
two Wilson Cloud Chambers on Sulphur Mountain, 
Alberta, Canada. (Author) 



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Defense Atomic Support Agency, Washington, D. C. 

LIST OF MILITARY AND CIVIL DEFENSE RADIAC 

DEVICES, 1963. 

1963, 31p. 

DASA Rept. no. 1243, rev. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Radiation measurement systems, 
Catalogs), Alpha counters. Gamma counters. 
Neutron detectors. Dosimeters. 



Contents — Rate Meters - Low-range survey meters. 
High-range survey meters. Alpha detectors. 
Neutron detectors. Special-purpose rate meters. 
Training devices; Dosimeters - Self-indicating 
dosimeters, Non-self-indicating dosimeters. 
Alarm-type dosimeters. Dosimeter chargers and 
readers; Miscellaneous Radiac Equipment - 
Calibration sources. Special-purpose equipment; 
Research and Development Items - Survey meters. 
Dosimetry, Special-purpose meters. Miscellaneous; 
Supplementary Information - Definition of usage 
classification. Organizational abbreviations. 

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Advance Research. Inc.. Cleveland. Ohio. 

CRITICAL INDUSTRY REPAIR ANALYSIS. ELECTRIC 

POWER. 

Fina 1 rept. , 

ed. by Randle H. Powley. 1962. 1v. 

Contract OCD OS 62 257 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Power plants (Establishments). 
Nuclear explosion damage), ("Nuclear explosion 
damage. Control). Vulnerability. 

In general, the vulnerability studies indicate 
that the critical blast-damage levels for the 
hydroelectric facilities would be higher than 
those for the steam plant. Similarly, fallout 
hazards would be less serious at the hydroelectric 
plant than at the steam plant. Thermal radia- 
tion is not a major structural factor at any of 
the plants under consideration. The plant studies 
agree that production at most facilities would 
be interrupted by flying glass at blast over- 
pressures within the range of 0.1 to 1.0 psi. 
(Author) 



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Naval Radiological Defense Lab., San Francisco, 
Calif. 

RESIDUAL RADIOACTIVITY FOLLOWING CYCLOTRON SHUT- 
DOWN, 

by C. Sharp Cook. 20 Aug 63, 38p. 
Task 1601 
NRDL Rept. no. TR667 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Cyclotrons, Radioactivity), 
("Radioactivity, Cyclotrons), Neutron reac- 
tions. Gamma rays. Scattering, Ion beams. 



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Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 
SCINTILLATION COUNTER FOR GAMMA DEFECTOSCOPY. 



51 



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Division 22 - ORDNANCE 



30 July 63, 2p. 
FTD TT63 696 



Unclassified report 



Trans, froa Stsinti 1 lyatsi onnyy Schetchik Dlyn 
Gamoin-Def ektoskopii , p. 1, I960. 

Descriptors: (•Scintillation counters, Gamna 
rays). Gamon rays. Materials, Manufacturing 
nethods. 



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Theoretical Chemistry Inst., U. of Wisconsin, 

Madi son. 

THE SUDDEN APPROXIM/lTION APPLIED TO ROTATIONAL 

EXCITATION OF MOLECULES BY ATOMS. I. LOW ANGLE 

SCATTERING, 

by K. H. Kramer and R. B. Bernstein. 12 Aug 63, 

13p. Rept. no. WIS TCI31 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Diatomic molecules. Excitation), 
(•Nuclear scattering. Diatonic molecules). 
Molecular rotation. Phase studies. Differential 
cross sections. Inelastic scattering. Perturba- 
tion theory. Probability, Atoms, Particle tra- 
jectories. Selection rules. Numerical analysis. 
Integral equations. Momentum, Integration, 
Time. Tables. 



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lation of 
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of the in 
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fluence of the anis 
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the low angle sea 
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of the method appli 
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tag* over the first 
tion. Low angle di 
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tropy of the long-r 
(Author) 



applied to the calcu- 
lities and cross 
tation and scattering 
cules by atoms. The 
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otropy and strength 
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ed to inelastic 
ral, and demonstrate 
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fferential inelastic 
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General Dynamics, Fort Worth, Tex. 

NEUTRON CROSS SECTIONS FOR NITROGEN AND OXYGEN, 

by R, L. Kloster and M. B. Wells. 31 May 63, 

97p. Rept. no. NARF62 1 7T ; MR N298 

Contract AF33 657 7201 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Oxygen, Neutron cross sec- 
tions), ("Nitrogen, Neutron cross sections). 
Shielding, Transport properties. Elastic 
scattering. Inelastic scattering. Fast neu- 
trons. Differential cross sections, Nuclear 
energy levels. Neutron scattering, Neutron 
reactions. Neutron capture. Gamma ray cross 
sections. Neutron absorption. Nuclear cross 
sections. Special functions. Tables, Data. 

Neutron cross sections for nitrogen and oxygen 
that are of primary interest in shielding and 
transport calculations are compiled in this 
report. Cross sections for the following 

processes are compiled for both oxygen and 
nitrogen: total, elastic scattering, nonelastic 
collisions, inelastic scattering, differential 
elastic scattering, (n, alpha) reactions, (n.p) 
reaction, and (n,d) reaction. The following 
cross sections are compiled for nitrogen only: 
gamma-ray production, (n.t) reaction. (n.2n) 



reaction, and (n,2 alpha) reaction. Cross sec- 
tions of nitrogen for excitation of the various 
levels of the residual nucleus in the (n, alpha 
j), and (n.n'j) reactions are also compiled. 
(Author) 



21. NUCLEAR PROPULSION 



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Cincinnat i . Ohio. 
CLAD HYDRIOED ZIRCONIUM AS 



General Electric Co. 

DEVELOPMENT STUDY OF 

SOLID MODERATOR. 

by Coy L. Huffine. ^A June 57, 35p. Kept. no. 

APEX307 

Contract AF33 038 21102 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*Reactor moderators. Materials), 
Zirconium alloys. Physical properties. Clad- 
ding, Thermal conductivity. Thermal expansion. 
Hardness, Density, Electrical conductance. 
Tests, Nuclear propulsion. Hydrides, Reactor 
materials. Solids. 

A summary of the present (as of original writing 
of this report - January 1956) knowledge on the 
use of clad hydrided zirconium as a solid 
moderator is presented. Physical property data 
are compiled, and information in regard to clad- 
ding and evaluation testing of clad sections is 
summarized. (Author) 



22. ORDNANCE 



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Picatinny 
DELAYED 



Ammunition Engineering Directorate, 

Arsenal, Dover, N. J. 

FEASIBILITY STUDY OF AIR DASHPOT FOR 

ARMING OF M52A2 PD FUZE, 

by Lester Griffin. Sep 63, 9p. 

PA Technical memo. no. 1257 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Arming devices, Point detona- 
ting fuzes), ("Point detonating fuzes. Arming 
devices). Ballistics, Delay elements (Explo- 
sive), Porous materials. Fuzes (Ordnance), 
Feasibility studies. 

gram was initiated by Picatinny Arsenal to 
ign the air dashpot mechanism for delayed 
g of the M52A2 PD Fuze. A delay device 
zing the principles of bleeding air through 
ous restrictor was adapted into the fuze, 
kable unit was evolved which showed 
factory static and ballistic test results, 
result of tests conducted, mechanism ^ 
red completely feasible and was recommended 
urther development. (Author) 



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Air Force Special Weapons Center, Kirtland Air 

Force Base, N. Mex. 

PREPRODUCTION TESTING OF THE FAIREY AVIATION 

MN-1A PRACTICE BOMB DISPENSER, 

by Lee M. Short. July 63, I8p. 

Proj . ESP921X0000 021 500A 

AFSWC TDR63 62 Unclassified report 



U 



Descriptors: ("Bomb carrier*. Design), (•Bomb 
ejectors. Environmental test), Military re- 
quirements. Bombs, Training ammunition. Ejec- 
tors (Ordnance), Bomb auxiliary equipment, 
Aerial mines, Fuzes (Ordnance). Mine fuzes. 
Vibration, Altitude chambers. Low temperature 
research. Salt spray tests. Acceleration, 
Humidity, Desert test. Shock (Mechanics). 
Thermal stresses. 



ORDNANCE - Division 22 



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by AFSWC at the request of 
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eral accordance with Mil-T- 
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k testing, and exposure to 
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in the original design. 



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Polytechnic Inst, of Brooklyn N Y 
PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE 
IONIZED GAS IN FRONT AND BEHIND A HIGH VELOCITY 
SHOCK IN ARGON, 
by Samuel Lederman. Aug 63, 62p. 

»?n^''i^L*^^? ^°^ ^°°^' *'"J- 5561, Task 556114 
RADC TDR63 267 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Gas ionization. Shock waves), 
(•Shock waves. Gas ionization). Shock tubes. 
Shock, Velocity, Microwaves, Measurement, 
Waveguides, Resonance, Electrostatics 
Electric potential. Argon. 

This report presents the preliminary results of an 
experimental investigation of electromagnetic 
properties of an ionized gas induced by a 
shock wave in a shock tube. The shock velocity 
has been measured using a microwave technique 
based on the resonant properties of the tube 
as a waveguide. Electrostatic measurements have 
been conducted in the ionized gas; they show that 
the ionized gas becomes positively charged with 
respect to the wall of the tube. (Author) 

AD-417 423 Div. 22 
(TISTP/AW) OTS price $3 . 60 

General Electric Co., Burli ngton J Vt 
PROJECT VULCAN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 
Progress rept. no. 40. 1 Apr-31 May 63.' 
31 Jujy 63, 1v. Rept. no. 63APB42 
Contract DA19 0200RD5455 

Unclassified report 

Deicrlptors: ("Aircraft guns. Tests). Automa- 
tic weapons. Jet fighters. Glin ; compdnent s 
Springs. Screw threads. Bolts. Life expectancy 
Materials. Cami. ' 

Research and development on the K1 Vulcan Gun 
is reported. The following proj^tta and studies 



are discussed: gun gas drive, gun gas drive 
spring starter, unlock cams, front track bolts, 
and range firing records. (Author) 



AD-417 515 Div. 22 
(TISTP/AW) OTS price $4.60 

Ballistic Research Labs., Aberdeen Proving 

Ground. Md. 

DIRECTIONAL EFFECT OF CHARGE MOTION ON SHOCK 

FORMATION AT A SPHERICAL PENTOLITE CHARGE 

by Henry J. Goodman. June 63. 56p. 

Proj. IMOIO5OIAOO6 

BRL Rept. no. 1206 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Shock waves. Detonations). 

P-nt^^?^*'"c• ^^"""^ waves). Charges (Explosive). 
Pentollte, Exterior ballistics. Spheres. Hyper- 
sonic flow. Blast, Propagation, Mathematical 
analysis. 

InH P"'' P"**"" «t interaction of the explosive 
and ballistic shock in the direction of charge 
motion IS estimated from hydrodynamic theory. 
Approximations to the flow conditions and she 
propagation along this direction are made. 1... 
'rf!"! J?.P*«'' pressure at the forward point 
of the ballistic shock varies from about 30« at 
charge velocity Mach I.5 to about 1 50!« at Mach 
10, Comparison of differing approximations in- 
dicates that the major part of the increase 

»h!"K ^• "^ P'"""* «nd entropy change within 
the ballistic shock rather than from the air 
flow about the charge. (Author) 



lock 
The 



AD-417 659 Div. 22. 20 

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Lawrence Radiation Lab.. Livermore, Calif. 

PROJECT PHE-BUGGY SCOPE OF CHEMICAL EXPLOSIVE 

CRATEHING EXPERIMENT. 

by E. Graves, W. R. Wray and R. B, Pierce. 

15 May 63, 50p. 

AEC PNE300 Unclassified report 

Preliminary report on Plowshare. 



Descriptors: ("Cratering, Explosions). 
( ("Explosions, Cratering). Safety, Detonationi 
Tracer studies. Radioactivity, Photographs, 
Explosion effects, Desert tests. Nuclear 
industrial applications. Ventilation. 



This report p 
P RE-BUGGY CHE 
experiments c 
multiple-Chan 
our knowledge 
charge spacin 
explosion pro 
charges deton 
of six single 
multiple-char 
row was execu 
Site from Nov 
Each charge c 
methane with 



rovides a general 
MICAL EXPLOSIVE EX 
onsisted of a seri 
ge detonations des 
of channel size a 
g, and to obtain d 
ducts from a row 
ated in alluvium, 
-charge detonation 
ge detonations of 
ted in Area 5 of t 
ember 1962 through 
ontained 1.000 pou 
a La-140 tracer. 



description of the 
PERIMENTS. These 
es of single- and 
igned to refine 
s a function of 
ata on venting of 
f spherical 

A basic series 
s and four 
five charges in a 
he Nevada Test 

February 1963. 
nds of nitro- 
(Author) 



53 



Division 23 - PERSONNEL AND TRAINING 

Division 24 - PHOTOGRAPHY AND OTHER REPRODUCTION PROCESSES 



23. PERSONNEL AND TRAINING 



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23. 28 
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Aeronca Mfg., Corp., Baltinore, Md. 
TRAINING AND TRAINING EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR 
GROUND OPERATOR AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL OF AD- 
VANCED SPACE SYSTEMS, 

by Peter A. Castruccio, Harry L. Loats, Jr., and 
John A. Modrick. July 63, 83p. 

Contract AF33 616 6907, Proj . 6lU, Task 61U03 
AMRL TDR63 67 Unclassified report 

Report on Training Equipment, Sinulators and 
Techniques for Air Force Systems. 

Descriptors: ("Astronauts, Training), ("Main- 
tenance personnel. Training), Training de- 
vices, Military training. Space flight. Space 
stations. Flight sinulators. Lunar craft. Job 
analysis. Military requirements. Ground sup- 
port equipment. Checkout procedures, Aviation 
personnel. Guided missile personnel. 

Training requirements for ground operator and 
maintenance personnel of manned space systems of 
the 1960-1975 era are examined. Hypothetical 
models for an earth orbital and a lunar vehicle 
are formulated from an analysis of space missions 
proposed by NASA and USAF as of July 1962. Prob- 
able components and characteristics of major 
facilities and vehicular subsystems are de- 
scribed; this material is based on an analysis of 
mission requirements and a projection of engine- 
ering technology over the time span of the study. 
(Author'' 



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60 



Div. 



II. 



Behavioral Sciences Lab. , Aerospace Medical 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 
THE CHECKOUT AND MAINTENANCE (CAM) TRAINER. 
DESCRIPTION AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS, 
by Eugene R. Hall, John A. Modrlcir, Paul R. 
Richard and John L. Moss. July 63, 25p. 
Proj. 1710, Task 171004 
AMRL Memo. no. P51 Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ("Training devices. Maintenance 
equipment), ("Checkout equipment. Training 
devices). Electronics, Maintenance personnel. 
Maintenance equipment, Training, Scientific 
research. Radar equipment, Simulation, Integra- 
tion, Checkout equipment. 



In cooperation with Lockheed Electronics Co., 
Contract AF33 616 7584. Report on Training, 
Personnel and Psychological Stress Aspects of 
Bioast ron aut ics. 



The Checkou 
major devic 
on elect ron 
designed to 
determi ning 
elect ron i c 
efficient t 
and aiding 
developing 
the proficl 
t ron i c main 
CAM Trainer 
system, a s 
present i ng 
of the ASB- 
for record! 
t ion of the 
function ge 
trolled mal 
report desc 
Trainer, th 
character! s 
to the Tra! 

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(CAM) 
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perf or 
or comp 
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achi ng 
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and sp 
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6570th Personnel Research Lab., 

D^v., Lackland Air Force Base, 

A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF OFFICER 

FACTORS, 

by Joseph M. Madden. May 63, lip. 

Proj. 773^, Task 773402 

PRL TDR63 14 Unclassified 



Aerospace Medical 
Tex. 
JOB EVALUATION 



report 



Descriptors: ("Officer personnel. Job analy- 
sis), ("Job analysis. Officer personnel), 
Psychometrics, Statistical analysis. Military 
requirements. Mathematical prediction. Air 
Force, Measure theory. 



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job 
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24. PHOTOGRAPHY AND OTHER 
REPRODUCTION PROCESSES 



No Entries 



54 



25. PHYSICS 



AD-417 112 Div, 25 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $2.50 

IIT Research Inst., Chicago, Il'l, 
DISLOCATION MOBILITY AND PINNING IN HARD MATE- 
RIALS THROUGH INTERNAL FRICTION STUDIES. 
Final rept., 1 Apr 62-31 Mar 63, 

by P. D. Southgate and K. S. Meidelson. June 63, 
95p. 

Contract AF33 616 8132, Proj. 1 7350, Task 735003 
ASD TDR62 431, Pt . 2 Unclassified report 



Descriptors! 



lattice Idefects, Sili 
Deformation), Heat tr 
pounds. Carbides. 



("Silicon, Crystals), ("Crystal 

con), ("Internal friction, 
reatment. Silicon com- 



The i 

in si 

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gion. 

therm 

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Brail 

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the p 

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reduc 

ta ini 

ess . 

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asured 

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nf irned 
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sf ord' 8 
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itable 
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ng the 
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er anne 
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of pla 
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location motion 
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previously, of a 

600 C and 900 C, 
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ble measurements 
esults in this 
if icat ion of 
y of damping, 
ternal friction 
ns were unsuc- 
the theory which 
11 required. At 
rease of internal 
s less, corre- 

of about 1 eV. 
a considerable 
on, while main- 
gy for the proc- 
rs to depend on 
ure of initial 
of the crystals, 
ure can produce 

frict ion. 



AD-417 125 Div. 25. 16 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $2.60 



Battelle Memorial Inst., Columbus, Ohio. 

A STUDY OF NEAR INFRARED EMISSION FROM THE 

MAMMALIAN CEREBRAL CORTEX. 

Rept. for Apr 62-Mar 63, 

by Richard M. Roppel. June 63, l7p. 

Contract AF33 657 8O56, Proj. 7232. Task 723204 

AMRL TDR63 66 Unclassified report 

Report on Research on Logical Structure and 
Function of the Nervous System. 



Descriptors: 
radiation) , 
cortex) , Cat 
Physiology. 



("Cerebr 
( "Infrared 
s , Rabbi ts 



al cortex 

radia tio 

Bionics 



, Infrared 
n, Cerebra 1 
, Neurology, 



Exper 
exi St 
photo 
corte 
radia 
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St imu 
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cy tot 
ca rot 
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the t 



iments we 
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carried 
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ed radiat 
na t ion of 
oxic mate 
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activity 
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re conduct 
qua nt i ta t i 
on from th 
ess of tha 

some expe 
ut during 

the corte 
ion were a 

the anima 
rials into 

to n eh iev 

of the CO 
n experime 



ii^ac 



ed to 

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t due to 
r iments , 
electr ica 
X. Measu 
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Is by iij 
the brai 
e a rapid 
rtical ti 
nts, saal 



estigate the 
ter i sties of 
an cerebral 
t h e r ma 1 
obser va t ions 
1 and chemical 
rements of 
during 
ection of 
n via the 

cessation of 
ssue. During 
1 changes in 



PHYSICS - Division 25 

radiancy of the cortical tissue were observed; 
the magnitudes of observed changes were not 
consistent. During the experiments in which 
electrical stimulation was applied, radiation 
changes were occasionally observed which were 
so related in tine to the stinulus as to suggest 
causation by the stinulus. (Author) 



AD-417 149 Div. 25, 15 
(TISTP/HG) OTS price $2,60 

University Coll., London (Gt. Brit.). 

UNITARITY AND ANALYTICITY IN COMPLEX ENERGY PLANE 

OF GENERAL SCATTERING AMPLITUDES, 

by N. S. Kronfli. 4 July 63, 18p. Technical note 

no. 14 

Grant AF EOAR 63 3 

AFOSR 5286 Unclassified repo/t 

Descriptors: ("Scattering, Mathematical 
analysis), ("Complex variables. Functions), 
Particles, Momentum, Operator- ^'''^hemat^cs) , 
Integration, Integral equations,! Equations, 
Vector analysis. Transformations (Mathematics), 
Real variables. Mass-energy relation. Bosons. 

Analytic properties of general scattering ampli- 
tudes are considered under the assumption of 
analyticity in channel energy plane and using 
unitarity, similar behaviour is done for Feynman 
amplitudes. (Author) 



AD-417 151 Div. 25, 8, 15 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $5.60 

Center for Operations Research, /lass. Inst, of 

Tech. , Cambridge. 

THE TRANSIENT SOLUTIONS FOR 3-STATE DISCRETE 

TIME MARKOV PROCESSES, 

by Edward A. Silver. July 63, 55p. Technical 

note no. 1 

Contract Nonr1841 87 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Statistical processes, Nu- 
merical analysis), ("Control systems. Numerical 
methods and procedures), Electric networks, 
Circuits, Oscillation, Damping, Partial differ- 
ential equations. Integral transforms, Matrix 
algebra, Computers, Equations, Transformations 



"> 



(Mathema 



Comou 
tics). 



AD-417 177 Div. 
(TISTP/HG) OTS price 



25, 15 
$2.60 



New York U. , Coll. of Engineering, N. Y. 
ON THE EXACT SOLUTIONS OF THE NON-UNIFORM DIS- 
TRIBUTED LINES, 

by Robert Maisel. Aug 63, 21p. Technical rept. 
no. 400 80; Scientific rept. no. 6 
Contract AF19 628 379, Proj. 5628, Task 562801 
AFCRL 63 340 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Electrical networks. Mathe- 
matical analysis). Electrical impedance, 
Differential equations, Functions, Electric 
current. Electric potential. Electric shunt. 
Capacitance, Taper. 

Some of the exact solutions of the defining 
equations for non-uniform distributed networks 
are examined. The exact characterization of 
non-uniform distributed networks requires the 
solution of a second order linear differential 
equation with variable coefficients. For arbi- 
trary coefficients, no solution in closed form is 
known. However, exact solutions may be found for 
certain simple classes of networks by requiring 
that these networks lead to equations which are 



55 



Division 25 - PHYSICS 



readily solvable by standard methods. The known 
exact solutions are briefly reviewed. A solution 
is deduced for a class of networks - the class 
having ' equid inens i ona 1 ' taper. The transient 
response of this line is also examined. (Author) 



of problems involved in the removal of heat from 
the nuclear reactors and its conversion into 
other types of energy, the basic information on 
thermodynamics and heat transfer are treated. 
(Author) 



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Cruft Lab., Harvard U. , Cambridge, Mass. 

ON THE MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF PIEZOELECTRIC 

GALLIUM-IRON OXIDE. 

by Charles H. Nowlin. 30 Apr 63, 1v. Scientific 

rept. no. 7, Series 2 

Contract AF19 60.; 5^87, Proj . 5633, Task 56332 

AFCRL 63 303 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ( »Piezoelectr ic crystals. 
Magnetic properties), (•Gallium compounds. 
Piezoelectric crystals), (»Iron compounds. 
Piezoelectric crystals). Single crystals. 
Oxides, Ferromagnetic materials, Magnetic 
moments, Anisotropy, Instrumentation, Cryo- 
genics, Sensitivity, Aluminum compounds. 
Acoustic properties. Magnetic fields, Garnet, 
Low frequency, Amplifiers, Phase shifters. 
Crystals, Crystal structure. 

This study of the magnetic properties of oxide 
systems was undertaken primarily in order to 
understand better the magnetic structure and the 
probable source of the anisotropic behavior of 
piezoelectric, ferromagnetic gallium iron oxide. 
A vibrat ing-sample magnetometer with a sensitiv- 
ity of 3 X 10 to the -5th power erg/gauss was 
constructed, in order to measure the magnetic 
moments of the various oxides. The basic mag- 
netometer design of Foner was followed, but some 
important modifications were added. Changes were 
made in the cryogenic system in order to bring a 
previously erratic temperature behavior under 
control. The electronic system used incorporates 
two novel features. The first of these is the 
use of an A.C. servomotor and flywheel as an 
electromechanical phase-sensitive detector to in- 
dicate the nulls of the A.C. potentiometer. The 
response of this null detector is much faster 
than conventional electronic circuits having the 
same noise-discrimination. The second feature is 
a new, simplified twin-T frequency-selective 
amplifier. (Author) 



AD-i;i7 207 Div. 25 
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Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio 

APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS AND 

by I . I . Novikov and K. D. 

21 June 63. 663p. 

FTD TT63 17 Unclassified 



HEAT TRANSFER. 
Voskresenskiy. 



report 

Trans, from Gosudar s t vennoye Izdatel'stvo 
Literatury V Oblasti Atomnoy Nauk i Tekhniki. 
pp. 1-5^8, Moskva - 1961. 



Descriptors: (•Thermodyna 
version), (»Heat transfer, 
ties). Equations of state. 
Irreversible processes, Ga 
Adiabatic gas flow, Entrop 
ential equations, Temperat 
Differential equations, Fl 
Integration, Theory, Table 
ation.. Condensation, Vapor 
Heat of reaction. Chemical 
Thermal radiation. Thermal 
transfer coefficients, Bou 
exchangers. Absorption, Em 



mics. Energy con- 
Transport proper- 
Specific heat, 
ses, Enthalpy, 
y. Partial differ- 
ure. Convection, 
uids , Fluid flow, 
s. Liquids, Evapor- 
s , Phase studi es , 
equi libri um, 
conduct i vi ty , Heat 
ndary layer. Heat 
i ssivi ty . 



AD-i;i7 235 Div. 25, 8 
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Ventura Div., Northrop Corp., Newbury Park, Calif 

SCATTERING BY PERFECTLY CONDUCTING ARBITRARILY 

SHAPED CYLINDERS, 

by Robert P. Banaugh. 26 Aug 63, 15p. Rept. no. 

TP68 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Electromagnetic waves. Cylin- 
drical bodies), (»Cy 1 indrical bodies. Scatter- 
ing), Magnetic fields. Integral equations. 
Numerical methods and proceedures. Propagation, 
Partial differential equations. Special 
functions. Diffraction, Elastic scattering. 
Integrals. 

The problem of the determination of the scattered 
field from a perfectly conducting cylinder of 
arbitrary cross-sectional shape is formulated in 
terms of an integral equation which is solved 
by a finite difference technique. Results are 
presented for a cross-section which is not a 
convex domain and the efficacy of the numerical 
method of solution is compared with results 
computed from ei genf uncti on expansions. (Author) 

AD-il17 250 Div. 25 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $9.60 

Ecole Normale Superieure (France). 

INVESTIGATION OF DENSITY EFFECT IN SOLIDS AND 

GASES. 

Final technical rept. 

112p. 

Contract DA91 591euc2011 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Cerenkov radiation, Charged 
particles), (•Ionization, Hydrogen), ("Secon- 
dary emission, Accelerometers ) , Gases, Solids, 
Helium, Metals, Density. Scattering, Breras- 
strahlung, Carbon, Aluminum, Iron. Copper, 
Nickel. Silver, Tantalum, Gold. Electron beams. 
Measurement, Electrons, Ions, Sources, Energy, 
Elastic scattering. 

This report describes the results obtained for 
the following experiments: (1) The pressure 
dependence of ionization by relativistic elec- 
trons. (2) Ionization by relativistic particles 
in helium-hydrogen gas mixtures. (3) Investiga- 
tion of the operation of secondary emission 
monitors. (^) Direct electron-positron pair 
production by 150 MeV electrons, (5) Investiga- 
tion of the density effect in C. Al, Fe, Cu. Ni . 
Ag. Ta, and Au, (Author) 



AD-^17 281 
(TISTP/WH) 



Div, 
OTS price 



25, 9 
$2.60 



Inc. . Nestbury, 



Bearing in mind the large relative significance 



General Applied Science Labs. 

N. Y. 

EXPERIMENTAL SOUND FIELD DISTRIBUTIONS OF A 

JET WITH A STATIONARY ACOUSTIC SOURCE. 

by S. Slutsky. May 63, 19p. Technical rept. no. 

351 

Contract AF^9 638 19i; 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Jets, Sound), (•Sound, Jets), 
(•Ultrasonic radiation, Experimental data), 
Underwater sound. Signal to noise ratio, 
Axially symmetric flow. Nozzles. 



56 



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AD-ii17 283 
(TISTE/OHD) 



are made in the far field of an 
Jet using a non-convect i ng ultra- 
located on the jet axis. Reason' ,-r 
ons are found with the results of > 

model based on parallel flow 
s. Experiments were then carried 
r table in which B two dimensional 

was simulated undier conditions of 
dy Jet flow, and of wavy Jet flow, 
onfirmed indications that the 
a jet is responsible for the 
sound field directionality. (Author) 



Div. 25 
OTS price $2,60 



Rome Air Development Center. GSriffiss Air Force 

Base. N. Y. 

THE INVESTIGATION OF AN ELECTRON RESONANCE 

SPECTROMETER UTILIZING A GENERALIZED FEEDBACK 

MICROWAVE OSCILLATOR. 

by John B. Payne, III. Aug 63, 22p. 

RADC TDR63 297 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Paramagnet i cMresonance . Elec- 
trons). (•Spectroscopy, Micrbwave oscillators), 
(•Microwave oscillators. Feedback), Micro- 
wave amplifiers. Sensitivity, Air force re- 
search. Noise (Radio). Matheiaat ical analysis. 
Electronic equipment. 



The study of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance 
(EPR) has yielded much information on molecular 
interaction and binding forces present in solid 
state as well as gaseous materials. In this in- 
vestigation, an entirely different approach is 
taken to develop a self-stabilized EPR spectrom- 
eter system which eliminates the usual low power 
klystron oscillator, electronic frequency sta- 
bilizing equipment, and the complex superhetero- 
dyne detector, without sacrificing loss of de- 
tection sensitivity. This system, which is 
known as an oscillator-spectrometer, consists of 
a microwave amplifier containing a sample-carry- 
ing network element in the positive feedback 
loop. The microwave device oscillates at the 
network's central resonant frequency with essen- 
tially instantaneous frequency stability. Ex- 
pressions relating the change in power level and 
frequency of oscillation as a function of the 
change in the network attenuation and phase at 
magnetic resonance are derived. The system's 
ultimate sensitivity is determined by analyzing 
the noise within the oscillator loop. The prob- 
lem reduces to the fact that if an amplifier with 
noise figure Fl is connected as an oscillator, 
what, then, will be the resultant noise fluctua- 
tion of the osci llators ' s frequency and output 
amplitude, (Author) 



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wave Research Inst., Polytechnic Inst, of 
lyni N. Y. 

MENTAL STUDIES IN THE MlClOWAVE PROBING OF 
M AND HIGH-DENSITY PLASMAS. 

rept., 

Ettenberg. 26 July 62, ltp. Rept. no. 
11056 62 ' 

act AF19 604. 8070, Proj. ^692. Task 669202 

62 895 Unclas^jif led report 



5^^fi( 



criptors; (•Plasma physics. Electron 
sity), (•Electron density. Measurement), 
icrowaves. Reflection), Dielectric proper- 
s. Partial differential equations. Electric 
charges. Hydrogen. | 



Two methods have been developed to measure the 
electron density profile of a plasma which varies 



PHYSICS - Division 25 

in one dimension. The methods are based on meas- 
urements of the phase of a microwave signal re- 
flected from the plasma. It is necessary that 
the plasma frequency somewhere be greater than 
the microwave probing frequency. It is also 
necessary that the electron density variation be 
slow enough so that the WKB approximation to the 
solution of the wave equation is valid. These 
conditions are usually met in laboratory plasmas. 
An experiment on a pulsed hydrogen discharge has 
been used to apply one of the diagnostic methods. 
(Author) 



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(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $7.60 

CBS Labs,, Stamford, Conn, 

INFRARED EMITTING PHOSPHORS, 

Final rept, , 

by Eni 1 H, Thielens. Feb 63, 36p. 

Contract AF19 60^ 8068, Proj. 767A, Task 76759 

AFCRL 63 657 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Phosphorescent material, "In- 
frared phenomena). Electron beams. Electron 
bombardment, Phosphorescence. X-ray diffraction 
analysis. Cathode ray tubes. Lead compounds. 
Sulfides, Zinc compounds. Cobalt, Cadmium com- 
pounds. Photography. Mercury compounds. Copper, 
Radiation damage. Silver, Vanadium, Cadmium 
alloys, Tellurium alloys. Experimental data. 
Theory, Laboratory equipment. Test equipment. 



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Piezo Crystal Co,, Carlisle, Pa, 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE FUNDAMENTAL MODE 

CRYSTAL FOR FILTERS CR{X^^-^^)/V. 

Quarterly rept, no, 7, 10 Dec 62-9 Mar 63, 

lip. 

Contract DA36 039sc85956 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Crystals, Manufacturing 
methods), (»Quartz, Crystals), Crystal filters, 
Quartz resonators. High frequency. Oscillators, 
Etched crystals, Production. Thickness, Plat- 
ing, Temperature. 

During this quarter we report data on yields 
and quality of filter crystals. Our pre- 
production samples were submitted October 30. 
1962, We had reported some of the work done on 
Pre-pilot groups of crystals to prove or improve 
our processes in a previous report. (Author) 



57 



Division 25 - PHYSICS 



AD-417 3i>U Div. 25, 30, 17 

(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $1.10 

Arny Engineer Research and Development Labs.. 
Fort Belvoir, Va. 

ELECTRON MICROSCOPE STUDIES OF ANTIMONY CESIUM- 
LAYERS. 

by A. I. Frimer. 16 Sep ^8. 7p. Trans, no, 
T1690 

Unclassified report 

Trans, fron DAN SSSR 63:3, pp. 255-257. 19^8. 

Descriptors: (»AntiBony, Films), (»Cesium, 
Films), ("Films, Electron microscopy), (»Elec- 
tron microscopy, Films), Vapor plating. 
Cathodes, Cesium alloys. Antimony alloys. Heat 
treatment. Electron beams. 



AD-ii17 366 Div. 25 

(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $1.60 

Army Engineer Research and Development Labs.. 

Fort Belvoir, Va . 

PHOTOSENSITIVITY AND SECONDARY ELECTRON EMISSION 

FROM OXYGEN CESIUM LAYERS IN DIFFUSION PROCESSES. 

by A. Dobrolyubsky . 1963, Kp. 

AERDL T 1688 Unclassified report 

Trans, from Zhurnal tekhnicheskoy fiziki, 8:3. 

pp. 226-231. 1938. 

Descriptors: (»Semiconduct ing films. Photo- 
sensitivity) , (*Photosensitivity , Metal films), 
(•Metal films, Cesium), (»Secondary emission, 
Semiconductinq films). Diffusion, Oxygen, 
Silver, Silver compounds. Cesium compounds. 
Oxides, Plating, Reduction (Chemistry). 
F i 1ms , Oxidat i on . 

Statistically correlated data are reported on 
changes in photosensitivity and secondary elec- 
tron emission associated with an increased 
number of metallic silver particles in the 
layer Cs - Cs20, Cs, Ag - Ag20, Ag (results 
obtained for 16 different devices). A Japanese 
method was used to introduce an excess of metal- 
lic particles into the layer. The results ob- 
tained are discussed with respect to the origin 
of photo- and secondary electron emission ob- 
served in 'such layers. (Author) 



tion between ensembles of Hermitian matrices and 
ensembles of unitary matrices, (3) to introduce 
an entire class of 'generalized' ensembles for 
which various statistical properties can be 
calculated formally, and (4) to use the formalism 
of (1) to find the mth order distributions for 
series of levels with mixed spins and parities. 
(Author) 

AD-i;i7 377 Div. 25 
(TISTP/HG) OTS price 11.10 

Oregon U., Eugene. 

DYNAMICS OF BLOCH ELECTRONS IN SOLIDS, 
by Gregory H. Wannier, 1 Oct 62. 4.p. 
Contract Nonr277105, Proj . NR017 633 

UBclastified report 

Descriptors: (*Solid state physics. Research 
program administration), Abstracts, Dynamics. 
Electrons, Magnetic fields. Electric fields. 
Perturbation theory. Field theory. Electron 
transitions. 



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Georgetown U., Washington, 0. C. 

A THEORETICAL STUDY OF THE VIBRATIONS 

ROTATIONS OF DIATOMIC MOLECULES, 

Final technical rept. 

by Charles L. Beckel . 

Grant AF AF0SR62 160 

AFOSR Rept. no. 5280 



AND 



June-Aug 63. 
Aug 63, 7p. 

Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ("Diatomic molecules. Rotation), 
("Molecular rotation. Hydrogen), Models 
(Simulations), Molecular structure, Ionization. 
Polarization, Ions, Physical properties. 
Vibration, Chemical properties, Harmonic 
oscillators, Energy, Valence. 



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Div. 25, 9 
OTS price $1.60 



Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command. 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Ohio. 

HIGH-VELOCITY CUMULATIVE JETS. 

by N. P. Novikov. 15 Aug 63, 1 5p. 

FTD TT63 566 Unclasfified report 



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50 



Iowa State U., Iowa City. 

STATISTICAL THEORY OF ENERGY-LEVEL SPACING 

DISTRIBUTIONS FOR COMPLEX SPECTRA, 

by Harvey S. Leff. June 63, 19iip. Rept. no. 

SUI63 23 

Grant AF0SR62 122 

AFOSR Rept. no. 5269 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Nuclear energy levels, Sta- 
tistical analysis), ("Nuclear spectroscopy. 
Statistical analysis). Energy, Theory, Nuclei 
Excitation, Spin, Parity, Nuclear spectros- 
copy. Matrix algebra, Density, Polynomials, 
Operators (Mathematics). 

Heavy and intermediate weight nuclei have energy- 
level spectra which are quite complex. It is 
therefore natural to use statistical methods in 
describing their energy-level structure. The 
statistical properties of interest here are the 
level spacing distributions. The present work 
includes four main objectives: (l) to give 
precise mathematical definitions for the mth 
order spacing distributions without specifying 
a particular ensemble, (2) to obtain a connec- 



Trans. from Zhurnal Prikladnoy Mekhaniki i 
Tekhnicheskoy Fiziki, No. 6, pp. 22-28. 1962. 

Descriptors: ("Plasma Jets, Velocity), ("De- 
tonations. Plasma Jets). ("Hydrodynamics, 
Theory), Photographs, Vacuum apparatus. Vapor 
pressure. Vaporization, Aluminum. Iron, Photo- 
graphic analysis. Experimental data, Measure- 
ment. Argon, Spectrum analyzers. Cylindrical 
bodies, Metals, Atomic energy levels. X-ray 
photography. Entropy, Isotropism. 

The obtaining of high-velocity cumulative Jets 
is described, the structure of the Jets Is 
studied from slow-notion pictures and the state 
of the material in them is studied from the 
luminosity spectra of the process, a number of 
dependences of the velocity of the high-velocity 
jet on various parameters are given, and. finally, 
an attempt is made to consider the high-velocity 
and main cumulative Jets as the discharge of a 
highly compressed metal into a vacuum. (Author) 



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(TISTP/HG) 



Dly. 
OTS price 



25 

$1. 



10 



Aerospace Corp., Los Angeles, Calif. 
PROFESSIONAL PAPERS CLEARED FOR POSSIBLE PUBLICA- 



58 



TION AND/OR PRESENTATION. 

Rept. for 16 July-15 Aug 63, 

by Frances A. Brady. 31 Aug 63, 5p. Rept, 

CSR269 9990PP2 

Contract AFO^ 695 269 

Unclassified report 



no. 



rlptors: ("Bibliography, Physics), 
ysics. Bibliography), Pl«»aa physics, 
t romagnet ism. 



Desc 

("Ph, , 

Elect romagnet ism 



AD-417 ^68 
(TISTP/FEM) 



Div. 25. 9. 8 
OTS price $5.60 



III. 



University of Southern Calif., Engineering 

Center, Los Angeles. 

STUDY OF PLASMAS IN HYPERSONIC FLOW, 

by David Robinson and James C. Williams, 

July 63, 55p. Technical r«pt. ao. EE26: 

USCEC R81 101 

Contract DAO4 4950RD3047, Projj DA59901007. 

and Proj. TB2 002 1 

AROD 2790 1 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Hypersonic flow. Plasma 
physics), ("Hypersonic nozzles. Plasma medium). 
Boundary layer, Axially symmetric flow, 
Density, Aerodynamic characteristics. Rotation, 
Excitation, Nitrogen, Recombination reaction. 
Molecular spectroscopy. Band spectrum. Line 
spectrum, Equations. Radiof requency generators. 

A Mach 6 low-density nozzle has been designed 
and constructed for studies of the decay of a 
nitrogen plasma after excitatioa by a radio-fre- 
quency discharge. Aerodynamic measurements have 
been made of the Mach number and density distri- 
bution for both cold and hot flow conditions. 
A method of measuring the heavy particle temper- 
ature in a plasma is described asing the rota- 
tional structure of the N sub 2 second positive 
band system. (Author) 



AD-417 UlU Div. 25, U 
(TISTM/TCG) OTS price $1.10 

Oregon State U. , CorvaUis. 

RADIATION-COLORING OF ALKALI HALIDE CRYSTALS 

CONTAINING SULFATE IONS, 

tty Allen B. Scott and B. J. Boseo. 1 Aug 63, 7p. 

Contract Nonr128605, ProJ. NR013 701 

ONR Techalcal rept. no. 5 

Unclassified 'report 

Descriptors: ("Alkali metals, Halides), 
("Color centers. Alkali metals), ("X rays. 
Color centers). Calcium compounds. Strontium 
compounds. Sulfates, Ions, Potassium com- 
pounds. Barium compounds. Chlorides, Single 
crysta Is. 

This report is concerned with a third effect 
which also may be anticipated in view of the in- 
teractions between divalent anions and divalent 
cations in an alkali halide matrix. Alkali 
halide crystals containing Ca or Sr additions ma) 
be colored much more rapidly and to a higher 
initial color-center concentration, by X-irra- 
diation than relatively pure crystals. Whether 
the effect is due to the presence of positive- 
ion vacancies or to the specific properties of 
the divalent cations themselves is not yet as- 
certained, but it was supposed that sulfate 
Ions, acting both to repress the positive-ion 
vacancy concentration and to form ion-pairs (or 
even a precipitated second phase of CaS04 or 
SrS04) should counteract the accelerating effect 
of the divalent cations. (Author) 



PHYSICS - Division 25 

AD-417 479 Div. 25, 9 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $2.60 

Cornell U. , Ithaca, N. Y. . 

THE HYDROMAGNETICS OF AN ELLIPSOID MOVING IN A 

CROSS-FIELD, 

by G. S. S. Ludford and M. P. Singh. July 63, 

21p. TR no. 4 

Contract Nonr40146 and Grant G19911 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Magnetohydrodynamics, Mag- 
netic fields). ("Ellipsoids, Electrical con- 
ductance), Fluids, Solids, Fluid flow. Spheres, 
Incompressible flow. Equations. Transforma- 
tions (Mathematics). Partial differential 
equations. 



AD-417 490 Div. 25 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $1.10 

Stanford U. , Calif. 

(No title). 

Final research rept., 

by G. E. Pake. 1962. 3p. 

Contracts AF49 638 1056 and AF18 603 131 

AFOSR 5278 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Crystals. Research program 
administration). ("Magnetic properties. 
Crystals), Organic materials, Frfre-radicals. 



AD-417 511 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $8.60 

Floyd Newman Lab. of Nuclear Studies. Cornell U. , 

Ithaca, N. Y. 

EXCITED STATES OF THE NUCLEON, 

by P. Carruthers. July 63, 1v. 

Contract Nonr40138 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Nucleons, Excitation), Neutron 
scattering. Proton scattering. Meson scatter- 
ing, Pions, Quantum mechanics. Resonance scat- 
tering, Resonance, Dynamics, Elementary parti- 
cles. Inelastic scattering. Differential cross 
sections. Momentum, Parity, Bosons, Particle 
trajectories. 



The 

pion 

a nd 

from 

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of t 

by f 

3-3 

tum 

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the 

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quantum 
-nucleo 
3-3 iso 
the ex 
nances 
he nucl 
orces d 
i soba r 
numbers 
s agree 
ba si s 
ca 1 sch 
rchange 



AD-417 514 
(TISTM/BRW) 



numbers of the hi 
n scattering belon 
bar trajectories a 
change of the nucl 
themselves. In pa 
eon trajectory are 
ue to the exchange 
trajectory and vie 

obta ined from dyn 

completely with t 
f Regge pole consi 
eme is approximate 

of the two trajec 

Div. 25. 14 
OTS price $3.60 



gher resonances in 
ging to the nucleon 
re shown to arise 
eon and pion-nucleon 
rticular the members 
created principally 
of members of the 
e-versa. The quan- 
amical considera- 
hese conjectured on 
derations. The dy- 
ly symmetrical under 
tories. (Author) 



Stanford U. . Div. of Engineering Mechanics, Calif. 

ON THE GENERATION OF RESIDUAL STRESSES IN THERMO- 

VISCOELASTIC BODIES. 

by E. H. Lee and T. G. Rogers. July 63, 1v. 

Technical rept. no. 139; Rept. no. 1 

Contract N0w63 0175 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Materials, Vi scoela st icity ) , 
("Stresses, Mathematical analysis). Thermal 
stresses. Relaxation time. Cooling, Thermal ex- 
pansion, Deformation, Solids, Spheres, Acrylic 
resins. Glass, Temperature, Polymers, Surfaces. 



59 



Division 25 - PHYSICS 



The developnent of residual stress distributions 
in therno-viscoelastic materials due to surface 
cooling is considered. They arise because the 
non-uniform therna 1 contraction generates irre- 
versible viscoelastic defornation, which tends to 
become permanent as the temperature falls due to 
the rapid growth of relaxation times with tempera- 
ture reduction. Examples of a cooled solid 
sphere of polymethylmethacrylate are evaluated 
and the results are compared with previous 
analyses based on an elastic-inviscid fluid 
model. For application in design to generate 
beneficial residual stress distributions, the 
need to assess the entire stress history is 
pointed out, and relevant features of the pheno- 
menon are discussed. (Author) 



AD-ii17 517 Div. 25 
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Final rept. 
Mar 63. 56p. 
Contract AF19 
AFCRL 63 665 



60^ 7220, Proj. 7600, 
Unclassified 



Task 760007 

report 



Stockholm V 
THEORETICAL 



(Sweden) . 
INVESTIGATIONS 



OF THE ELECTRONIC 



MOLECULES AND CRYSTALS. 
Mar 62-28 Feb 63, 
and Stig Flodmark. 



STRUCTURES AND STATES OF 
Final technical rept., 1 
by Inga Fi s cher-Hj n Imars 
28 Feb 63, 1v. 
Contract DA91 591EUC2270 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Quantum mechanics. Crystals), 
('Single crystals. Quantum mechanics), 
(•Molecules, Quantum mechanics), Electrons, 
Crystal' lattices. Crystal structure. Zirconium 
compounds. Oxides, Atomic orbitals, Zirconium, 
Oxygen, Oxygen compounds. Hydrides, Atomic 
energy levels. Chemical bonds. Symmetry 
(Crystallography), Phase studies. Programming 
(Computers), Integral equations. Mathematical 
analysis. Theory. 



AD-i17 520 Div. 25, -4 
(TISTM/REB) OTS price $15.00 

Naples D. (Italy) . 

(No title). 

Final technical rept. 1 Feb 62-31 Jan 63. 

31 Jan 63, 119p. 

Contract DA91 591EDC215i; 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Organic compounds. Molecular 
spectroscopy), ("Molecular spectroscopy. 
Organic compounds). Molecular properties. 
Vibration, Molecular rotation, Aromatic com- 
pounds. Organic nitrogen compounds, N-Hetero- 
cyclic compounds. Boron compounds. Infrared 
spectr«scopy , Deuterated compounds. Synthesis 
(Chemistry), Programming (Computers), Program- 
ming languages. 

The results of a research project on vi4>rational 
assignments and force constants calculations on 
cyclic molecules carried on at the University of 
Naples are described. The first part deals with 
the description of the computer program for 
force constants calculation. This program has 
been written in Snap code for a Bendix G-20 
computer with 8000 magnetic core memories, and 
is made up of three separate routines. The 
second part of the report describes the results 
obtained in the interpretation of the spectra 
of the cyclic molecules studied as well as of 
their denterated analogues and the syntheses 
devised for their preparation. (Author) 



AD-ii17 536 Di». 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $8.10 

Barkley and Dexter Labs., Inc., Boston, Mass. 
RESEARCH INTO GRAVITY MEASURING TECHNIQUES. 



Descriptors: ("Gravity, Measurement), Data, 
Test equipment. Calibration, Analysis, 
Mechanics, Pumps, Sapphires, Oscillations, 
Molybdenum, Harmonic oscillators. 

The use and description of two AFCRL relative 
gravity bi-pendulum apparatus are discussed. 
Operating instructions and details of data 
acquisition and reduction are also presented. 
Modifications and improvements to the equipment 
are described, and an evaluation is given. 
Several gravimeters, used as support equipment 
or as subjects for evaluation, are also 
described. (Author) 



AD-417 5^6 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $2.50 

General Electric Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

EXPLORATORY STATIC ENERGY CONVERSION-MULTILAYER 

THERMIONICS. 

Final rept., 1 July 62-1 May 63, 

by P. R. Emtage and N. J. van der Grinten. 

Aug 63. lOlp. 

Contract AF33 657 920^. ProJ . 8173. Task 817305 

19 

ASD TDR63 723 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Thermionic converters. Thin 
films). Solid state physics. Semiconducting 
films, Metals, Heat transfer. Electric 
potential. Measurement, Germanium, Thermo- 
electricity, Anisotropy, Temperature, Energy 
conversion. 



A new static heat-to-electr 
principle has been studied 
The new principle involves 
cate the performance of a v 
converter, in the solid sta 
temperature. The basic arr 
thin film structure, consis 
layers of semiconductors an 
perpendicular to the direct 
Transverse and longitudinal 
measurements have been made 
layers of germanium films, 
anisotropics and very prono 
dependencies in the vicinit 
were found to be relatively 
considerations suggest that 
path limitations that apply 
in a given semiconductor or 
conversion efficiency of so 
to the extent as they do in 
electrics. No basic superi 
ted to either process. The 
is not sufficiently well de 
any of the theoretical crit 



icity conversion 
and is described, 
an attempt to dupli- 
acuum tube thermionic 
te and at a lower 
angement is a multiple 
ting of alternate 
d metals, arranged 
ion of heat flow. 
Seebeck voltage 
on mono- and multi- 
Thermoelect ri c 
unced. Temperature 
y of room temperature 
small. Theoretical 
the basic mean free 
to charge carriers 
insulator control the 
lid state thermionics 
conventional thermo- 
ority can be attribu- 
experimental program 
veloped yet to verify 
eria. (Author) 



AD-417 5A7 Div. 25 
(TISTP/FR) OTS price $1.10 

Cornell U., Ithaca, N. Y. 

THE HYDROMAGNETICS OF A SPHERICAL CONDUCTOR. 

Technical rept. no. 5, 

by 6. S. S. Ludford and M. P. Singh. July 63, 

5p. 

Contract Nonr^01i;6 and Grant G19911 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Spheres, Magnetic fields). 
Magnetic fields. Electrical conductance. 
Electric currents. 



60 



PHYSICS - Division 25 



AD-i;i7 561 Div. 25 
(TISTE/CAM) OTS price $3.60 

Eaton Electronics Research Lab., McGill U. 

(Canada ) . 

(No title). 

Annual rept. 

Aug 63. 37p. 

Contract Nonr301300, Task 018 ^03 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Solenoids, Design), Theory, 
Magnetic fields. Electric cutrent. Power, 
Configuration, Aluminum, Liquid cooled. Lique- 
fied gases, Heat transfer. Heat exchangers. 
Pressure. 



isists of 



A two region solenoid consists '6f an inner 
solenoid placed within the bore of a large outer 
solenu>id. It is shown that a two region solenoid 
can always be built which has a higher magnetic 
efficiency (lower power consumption) than a sin- 
gle solenoid producing the same field over the 
same volume. The two region solenoid also gives 
an important reduction in the stress level. 
These -adya nta ges are expected to be decisive in 
the design of large high-field cryogenic magnets. 
(Author) 



AD-A17 562 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MFA) OTS price $3.60 

Ecole Normale Superieure (Franee), 

DYNAMICS OF NON-LINEAR PLASMA OSCILLATIONS, 

by G. Kalman and G. Toulouse. 15 June 63, 31p. 

Technical note no. 3 

Contract AF61 052 613 

ARL 63 182 Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ('Plasma osci 1 )titi ons , Perturba- 
tion theory). ('Nonlinear systems. Analysis). 
Fourier analysis. Particles, Motion, Mathe- 
matical models. Harmonic oscillators. Fre- 
quency shift. Dynamics. 

A consistent perturbation method for the calcula- 
tion of non-linenr effects in plasma oscillations 
in a one component system without magnetic field, 
is studied. The unperturbed state is that of a 
'■cold'' plasma, without thermol particle 
motion; part i c le-pl asmon interoction appears 
through non-linearity only. A diagram technique 
is worked out which facilitates the application 
of some field theoretic methods. The frequency- 
shift due to non-linearities self-energy effect 
is calculated in detail. (Author) 



AD-ii17 563 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $1.10 

Israel Inst, ^f Tech. (Haifa). 

INTERACTION OF QUANTIZED AND UNQUANTIZED SYSTl-MS, 

by Asher Peres. K June 63, 7p. Technical note 

no. 3 

Grant AF EOAR63 107 

ARL 63 18i; Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Quantum mechanics. Measure- 
ment), ('Gravity, Quantum mechanics), Elec- 
trons, Operators (Mathematics), Linear systems. 
Equations, Theory, Electromagnetic field. 
Nonlinear systems. Measure theory. Energy, 
Momentum, Tensor analysis, Dynamics. 

It is shown that interactions between quantized 
and unquantized systems do not lead to any dyna- 
mical inconsistencies. However, if the equations 
of motion of the classical system depend on the 
state of the quantized system, then the latter 
no longer satisfies a linear dynamical equation. 



This fact may have implications in the quantiza- 
tion of the gravitational field and in the quan- 
tum theory of measurement. (Author) 



AD-417 564 Div. 25 
(TISTM/ODN) OTS price $1.60 

Israel Inst, of Tech. (Haifa). _ 

CLASSICAL THEORY OF THE DIRAC ELECTRON, 

by Zvi Grossmann and Asher Peres. 2 June 63, lAp. 

Technical note no. 2 

Grant AF EOAR63 107 

ARL 63 177 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Electrons, Theory), ('Quantum 
mechanics, Electrons), Operators (Mathematics), 
Equations, Motion, Spin. 



This paper 
c la s s i ca 1 
the Dirac 
except, of 
ciple. Th 
ca non ica 1 
angular mo 
ables have 
neverthele 
The equati 
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proved by 
inhomogene 



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of mot 
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the Hami 

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tterbewe 
uperposi 
ribed by 
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gung, etc) 
tion prin- 

ten internal 
are the spin 
other vari- 
g, but are 
ent theory, 
festly covar- 
the theory is 
ators of the 
r) 



AD-AM 626 
(TISTP/MH) 



Div. 25 
OTS price $1.00 



IIT Research Inst., Chicago 111. 

FUNDAMENTALS OF NONLINEAR ACOUSTICS. 

Rept. for Dec 60-Mar 63. 

by William C. Sperry. June 63, 24p. 

Contract AF33 6l6 77^6, ProJ. 7231. Tasl^723105 

AMRL TDR63 62 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Acoustics. Non-linear systems). 
Propagation, Sound, Equations, Fluids, Sound 
transmission. Tensor analysis. Momentum, 
Stresses, Motion, Energy, Equations of state. 
Differential equations. 



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t of the f 
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of equati 
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uf f icient 1 
of interes 
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merited fo 
ation. (A 



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and problem 
ear acoustic 
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Without an 
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arly delinea 
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areas for the 
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may be chosen 
er 



AD-i;i7 627 Div. 25 
(TISTP/FR) OTS price $3.60 

ITT Federal Labs., Nutley, N, J. 
HALL AND RESISTIVITY MEASUREMENTS ON SEMI- 
CONDUCTING DIAMONDS, 

by R. L. Schelhorn and H. G. Nordin. July 63, 
30p. Scientific rept. no. 1 

Contract AF19 628 225, ProJ. 5621, Task 562104 
AFCRL 63 309 Unclassified report 



61 



Division 25 - PHYSICS 



Descriptors: (»Di amonds , Semiconductors), 
Semiconductors, Hall effect. Electric poten- 
tial. Temperature, Resistance (Electrical), 
Measurement, Instrumentation. 



Research was perfo 


phenomena causing 


with special consi 


type Il-b material 


this work, resisti 


been carefully mea 


samples over the t 


900 K. The appara 


measurements is de 


ments, the activat 


acceptor level was 


and concentrations 


deduced by a graph 



rmed to determine 
semiconductivity 
deration for the 

In the reporte 
vity and Hall coe 
sured on several 
emperature range 
tus developed for 
scribed. From th 
ion energy of the 
determined for e 
of donors and ac 
ical method. (Au 



the inherent 
in diamonds, 
rare natural 
d phase of 
fficient have 
type Il-b 
of 100 K to 

these 
ese measure- 
principal 
ach specimen, 
ceptors were 
thor) 



AD-^17 629 Dlv. 25 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $3 . 60 

Forest Products Lab., Madison, Wis. 
DETERMINATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF 
ADHESIVES FOR USE IN THE DESIGN OF BONDED JOINTS, 
by Edward W. Kuenzl and Gordon H. Stevens. 
Sep 63, 32p. Rept. no. FPL-011 

Unclassified report 

Report on U. S. Forest Service Research Note. 

Descriptors: (•Adheslves, Mechanical proper- 
ties), ("Bonded Joints, Adhesives). Design, 
Test methods, Elasticity, Shear stresses, 
Tensile properties. Metal joints, Stresses. 
Strain (Mechanics), Phenolic plastics, Vinyl 
plastics, Acrylonlt rile polymers. Adhesive 
tapes, Epoxy plastics, Polyamide plastics, 
Compressive properties. Aluminum alloys. 
Sheets, Pipes. 

This report describes methods for determining 
the basic mechanical properties of adhesives 
subjected to shear or tension in bonds between 
relatively rigid adherends. The use of the , 
adhesive properties for designing lap joints is 
also discussed. (Author) 



AD-417 639 Div. 25 
(TISTP/FH) OTS price $^.60 

Technische Hochschule, Aachen (Germany). 
RESEARCH ON PHOTOELASTIC STRESS ANALYSIS FOR 
TURBINE^ DISCS WITH NOTCH INFLUENCES. 
Technical note, 1 Jan 58-31 Dec 58, 
by K, Leist, 31 Jan 59, 32p, 
Contract AF6l 514, 11^7 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Disks, Stresses), Tur- 
bine wheels. Turbine blades, Stresse^, 
Photoelasticity. 



AD-iH7 642 Div. 25, k 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price I1.6O 

Naval Ordnance Lab., White Oak, Md. 

THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF METHANE AT HIGH 

DENSITIES, 

by Walter M. Madigosky. 22 Apr 63. 12p. 

NOL TR63 101 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Organic compounds. Hydro- 
carbons), ("Gases, Hydrocarbons), ("Specific 
heat. Hydrocarbons), Thermodynamics, Sound 
transmission. Density, Pressure, Temperature, 
Volume, Mathematical analysis. Programming 
(Computers). 

The specific heats at constant volume and pres- 



sure and the sound velocity have been calculated 
from an empirical equation of state based on a 
series evaluation of the P.V.T. data of Kvalnes 
and Gaddy. The low density results agree well 
with those previously calculated. These values 
are now extended up to 600 Amagats. (Author) 

AD-417 6A5 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $2.60 

AVCO Everett Research Lab., Everett, Mass. 

CRITICAL CURRENT AND FIELD IN NON-IDEAL 

SUPERCONDUCTORS, 

by A. El Bindari and M. M. Litvak. July 63, 20p. 

Research rept. no. 162 

Contract AFO-i 694 33 

BSD TDR63 U8 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Superconductors, Electric 
currents), Magnetic fields. Vanadium alloys. 
Titanium alloys. Low temperature research. 
Superconductivity. Alloys, Zirconium alloys. 
Niobium alloys. Models. 



The upper cr 
were measure 
Gorkov-Shapo 
critical fie 
critical cur 
content and 
cross-sect io 
as a functio 
applied para 
the critical 
Sil-sbee curr 
dynamic crit 
applied magn 
Gorkov-Shapo 
the experime 
fall on a si 
deduced from 
state model 
mainly withi 
width of the 
(Author) 



Itical fields of the 
d at 4.2 degrees K an 
val's expression for 
Id of superconducting 
rent of samples of V 
also of Nb-25;t Zr, al 
n (.008 in. x .025 in 
n of the magnetic fie 
llel to the width of 

current I is plotted 
ent I sub c (based on 
ical field H sub c, v 
etlc field measured i 
val upper critical fi 
ntal data for all the 
ngle curve. This cri 

the free energy of a 
such that the applied 
n a penetration depth 

strip (end effects a 



V-Tl system 
d agree with 
the upper 

alloys. The 
with varying Ti 
1 of rectangular 
. ) , was measured 
Id H sub a 
the strip. When 

in units of the 

the thermo- 
ersus the 
n units of the 
eld (H sub 2) , 

samples tested 
t ical curve is 

laminar mixed 

current flows 

along the 
re neglected). 



AD-417 682 Div. 25 
(TISTM/REB) OTS price $8.60 

Battelle Memorial Inst., Geneva (Switzerland). 

DETAILS OF MATHEMATICAL METHODS EMPLOYED FOR 

THE EVALUATION OF THE SECOND-ORDER THREEBODY 

INTERACTIONS. 

Special technical and scientific rept. no. 6, 

1 Aug 62-31 July 63, 

by Samson Zimering and Laurens Jansen. 

31 July 63, 89p. 

Contract DA91 591EUC2846 

Unclassified- report 

Report on Solid State Properties of Non-Conduct- 
ing Materials of Simple Monatomic and Diatomic 
Species. 



Descriptors: ("Helium group gases. Atoms), 
("Atoms, Chemical reactions), ("Crystals, 
Helium group gases). Solidified gases. Di- 
atomic molecules. Stability, Quantum me- 
chanics, Mathematical analysis. Theory, Inte- 
gral equations. Functions, Neon, Argon, 
Krypton, Xenon. 

A detailed description is given of mathematical 
methods used for the evaluation of second-order 
threebody interactions between atoms of the 
heavy rare gases of neon, argon, krypton and 
xenon. Argon is used as a standard example for 
which the different expressions will be evaluated 
numerically. Since the analytical forms for 
these expressions are the same for the other 
heavy rare gases, similar general results are 
obtained in all cases. (Author) 



62 



AD-417 686 Div. 25 
(TISTN/BRW) OTS price |6.60 



Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 
SOLID STATE RESEARCH, 1963, NO 1 2. 
16 Aug 63, 50p. 
Contract AF19 628 500 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors! ("Solid state physics, Scientific 
research), ("Solids, Solid state physics). 
Diodes (Semiconductor), Masers, Lasers, Crystal 
growth. Superconductivity, High pressure re- 
search. Electromagnetic fields. Spectroscopy, 
Magnetic materials, Paramagnetic materials. 
Ultrasonic properties. Transition elements, 
Rare earth compounds. Optical phenomena. 
Infrared phenomena, Anisotropy. 

Contents: Solid State Device Design; Materials 
Research: Band Structure and Spectroscopy of 
Solids; Spectroscopy of Magnetic Solids; Transi- 
tion-Metal and Rare-Earth Compounds; and Optics 
and Infrared. 



AD-417 719 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price |2.60 



Microwave Lab., Stanford U. , Calif. 
INTERACTION OF ACOUSTIC WAVES AND ELECTRIC 
CURRENTS IN SOLIDS, 

by A. Tonning. Aug 63. 22p. M L Rept. no. 1068 
Contract Nonr22548, Proj. NR373 361 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Space charges, Modulation), 
Transport properties. Solids, Electrons, 
Acoustics, Deformation, Piezoelectric effect, 
High frequency. Linear systems. Equations, 
Electric currents. Solid state physics. 



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ampli 
ved. 
inter 
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n in 
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. Th 
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of the 
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chani s 
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AD-417 722 Div. 25 
(TISTP/FR) OTS price #5.60 



Naval Weapons Lab., Dahlgren, Va. 

HEAT TRANSFER FROM A FLAT SURFACE BY ROTATING 

FLOWS, 

by Hans J. Lugt and Ernst W. Schwiderski. 

July 63, 1v. 

NWL Rept. no. 1875 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Heat transfer. Fluid flow). 
Surface properties. Fluid flow. Vortices, 
Rotation, Boundary layer. Temperature. 

The heat transfer by rotating laminar flows from 
a flat surface was investigated. Dissipation is 
considered, whereas free convection effects are 
neglected. The calculation is based on the 
knowledge of the flow fields, which have been 
studied in previous papers by the authors. In 
these papers, axisymmetric boundary layers were 
re-examined according to an extended boundary 



PHYSICS - Division 25 

layer theory. The basic ideas of this theory are 
applied to thermal boundary layers. The energy 
equation is reduced to an ordinary differential 
equation. In the special case of negligible 
dissipation the heat transfer of Karman-type 
flows can be compared with existing experimental 
data. The agreement is good. (Author) 



AD-i;i7 747 Div. 25 
(TISTM/AM) OTS price $1.50 

Harshaw Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

RESEARCH ON PHOTOCONDUCTIVITY IN THIN FILMS. 

Final rept., June 62-July 63, 

by E. L. Lind, F. N. Lancia and E. R. Hill. 

29 July 63. 51p. 

Contract AF33 657 9194. Proj. 4156, Task 415605 

ASD TDR63 654 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Photoconductivity, Films), 
("Photosensitivity, Materials), Preparations, 
Photons, Grain boundaries, Equations, Sulfides, 
Antimony compounds, Cadmium compounds. Selenium 
compounds. Temperature, Single crystals. Elec- 
tric potential. Measurement, High temperature 
research. Evaporation, Test equipment. Vacuum 
apparatus. Tables, Data, Resistance 
(Electrical) . 



AD-417 750 Div. 25 
(TISTP/FR) OTS price $1.60 

Lockheed Aircraft Corp., Sunnyvale, Calif. 

COMMENTS ON DERIVATION OF THE MAGNETOHYDRO- 

DYNAMICS EQUATIONS. 

Technical rept., 

by J. A. Laurmann. 28 Feb 63, 9p. Rept. no. 

6 90 63 34 

Unclassified report 

Report on physics. 

Descriptors: ( "M agnet oh ydrodyn amies. 
Equations) . 



AD-417 758 Div. 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price |1.10 

Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF A 
TRANSVERSE MAGNETIC FIELD ON VELOCITY DISTRI- 
BUTION IN A MERCURY FLOW, 
by G. G. Branover, I. M. Kirko^and 0. A. 
Liyelausis. 25 Apr 63, 8p. 
FTD TT62 1827 1 2 Unclassified report 



Trans, from Prikladn^ya Magnitogidrodinamika , 
Trudy Instituta Fiziki, AN Latviyskoy SSR, No. 
pp. 167-175. 1961. 



12, 



Descriptors: ("Magnetohydrodynamics, Mercury), 
("Mercury, Magnetohydrodynamic) , Magnetic 
fields, Distribution, Ducts, Iron, Coils, In- 
duction, Electric currents, Sodium, Liquid 
metals. Intensity, Velocity, Fluid flow. 



AD-417 763 Div. 25 *. 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price $8.10 

Colorado U. , Boulder. 

THE THEORY, DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN 

INTERFEROMETRIC SPECTROMETER. 

Rept. for Jan 62-June 63, 

by Richard Clayton Willson. 1 July 63, 78p. 

Scientific rept. no. 1-2 

Contracts AF19 604 7240 and AF19 628 287 

Proj. 8627, Task 862703 

AFCRL 63 688 Unclassified report 



63 



Division 26 - PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT 



Descriptors: (*Spectrophoto meters, 
Interferometers), Instrumentation, Theory, 
Prisms (Optics), Detectors, Design, Optical 
instruments. Data, Ooppler effect. 

A general introduction to the operation of inter- 
ferometers and the way they are used to yield 
spect romet ric data is presented. The theory 
of in terferomet ric data acquisition and analysis 
is discussed in detail. Specific design problems 
encountered in adapting a Michelson inter- 
ferometer to a rocket based experiment are 
discussed and their solutions are presented. 
The prospective research problem used as the 
design criterion is the measurement of the 
height profile (re-emission rate versus altitude) 
and Doppler profile of the 6300A spectral line 
in the night sky airglow. (Author) 



the development of reliability engineering since 
about 1933. This study shows that the overall 
current Soviet reliability engineering capability, 
as revealed in open literature, lags the U. S. by 
three to five years. The Soviets have encountered 
numerous problems during the evolution of relia- 
bility engineering. They are changing their 
production goals from purely quantitative, to 
both quantitative and qualitative, in order to 
improve the reliability and life expectancy of 
the end products. It is concluded that within 
the next three to five years the Soviet Union 
will make considerable progress in the field of 
reliability engineering. The tendency will be to 
depart from the brute force techniques and to 
approach more sophisticated methods foir achieving 
maximum reliability. (Author) 



26. PRODUCTION AND 

MANAGEMENT 



AD-^17 171 Div. 26 
(TISTE/JWS) OTS price $1 



60 



Kaysam Corp. of America, Paterson, N. J. 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING MEASURE FOR MANUFACTURE 

OF METEOROLOGICAL BALLOONS TYPE ML-541 ( )/UM. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 5. 18 Apr- 

18 July 63. 

by Murray Miner. 18 July 63, 10p. 

Contract DA36 039SC85988 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors; ('Meteorological balloons. 
Manufacturing methods), ( 'Product ion , Meteoro- 
logical balloons), Molding, Synthetic rubber, 
Automation, Positioning devices (Machinery), 
Cleaning, Hydraulic systems. 



The head balloon dipping machine has 
stalled and operated semi-a utoma t i ca 
provements of the equipment are cont 
be made as necessary. These improve 
be incorporated in the design of the 
dipping machine. The design of the 
sembly machine has been initiated, 
functions of the various components 
described. No work has been done on 
veyorized drying system. Twenty eig 
duction samples have been assembled 
awaiting testing by the government, 
balloon dipping forms have been obta 
12 tail balloon dipping forms are in 
of procurement. (Author) 



been in- 
1 1 y . I m- 
i nui ng to 
ment s will 

tail ba 1 loon 
ba lloon a s- 
The basic 
have been 

the con- 
ht prepro- 
a nd are 

Twelve head 
i ned , a nd 

the process 



AD-iil? 208 Div. 26 
(TISTE/^JM) OTS price $8.60 

Air Force Inst, of Tech., Wright-Patterson Air 

Force Base, Ohio. 

THE PROGRESS OF SOVIET RELIABILITY ENGINEERING: 

A STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL SOVIET JOURNALS, 

by Paris N. Keriakou. Aug 63, 8Ap. 

AFIT GRE Hum63 2 Unclassified report 

Master' s thes is . 

Descriptors: ('Reliability, Engineering), 
(•Quality control. Tests), Periodicals, Theory, 
Probability, Statistics, Electronic equipment. 
Performance (Engineering), Tables, Sampling. 

The purpose of this thesis is to evaluate the 
status and trends of Soviet technology in the 
field of reliability engineering as this function 
significantly affects the ability to design and 
manufacture reliable systems and components. The 
Soviet Union has placed considerable emphasis on 



AD-^17 223 Div. 26, 17 
(TISTM/ODN) OTS price ll.lO 

General Dynamics, Fort Worth, Tex. 

PROCESS EMBRITTLEMENT RELIEF TREATMENT FOR 

FLASH -ELECTROLYTIC-ELECTROLESS NICKEL PLATED 

^3^0 (200-220 & 260-292 KSl) AND AN H-11 TOOL 

STEEL (250-280 KSl) EVALUATION OF, 

by S. V. Glorioso. 3 Aug 63, 6p. Rept. no. 

FTDM3013 

Contract AF33 657 112U 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*TooI steel. Processing), 
(•Stainless steel, Processing), Hardness, 
Hydrogen embr i t t lement , Jet bombers. Chromium 
alloys. Iron alloys. Heat treatment. Tests, 
Data, Plating, Nickel, Tensile properties. 
Loading (Mechanics). 



AD-^17 288 Div. 26 
(TISTM/EJH) OTS price $1.60 

Quartermaster Food and Container Inst, for the 

Armed Forces, Chicago, 111. 

THE MODULAR CONTAINER UNITIZED LOAD CONCEPT. 

I nteri ra rept . , 

by Joseph P. Akrep. Aug 63, 12p. 

QFCIAF AMXFC rept. no. 6 63 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Containers, Military re- 
quirements), Military requirements. Logistics, 
Standardization, Pallets, Transportation, 
Costs . 

posed for a modular container 
1 furnish a low cost, expendable 
eking capability married to the 
x /t8 in. pallet base, and com- 
transporta ti on and storage 
system is proposed ranging in 
13. 3A cubic feet, to be used 
ipnients, TO&E packages and 
ration of combat type support 
ional moves, and general pur- 
(Author) 



AD-417 408 Div. 26, 17 

(TISTM/BHW) OTS price $1.10 

Foreign Tech. Div., Air Force Systems Command, 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

DRAWING OF COPPER WIRE IN AN ULTRASONIC FIELD, 

by V. P. Severdenko and V. V. Klubovich. 

25 July 63, 6p. 

FTD TT63 673 Unclassified report 



A conce 


pt is pro 


system 


which wil 


packagi 


ng and pa 


s tandar 


d UO in. 


patible 


with all 


media . 


A 5 size 


cube from 1.67 t 


for pre 


loaded sh 


block loads, ope 


uni ts , 


organi zat 


pose de 


pot use. 



Trans. 

1963. 



from Doklady, AN SSSR, 7:2, pp. 93-98, 



64 



PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT - Division 26 



Descriptors: ("Copper, Wire), (»Wire, Drawing 
(Machine processing)), ("Drawing (Machine 
processing). Ultrasonic radiation). Material 
forming. Heat treatment. Pickling, Deformation, 
Tensile properties. Plasticity, Hardness. 

When drawing in an ultrasonic field a copper wire 
with a diameter of about 1.6 mm. with compres- 
sion of about 36.5/i, the force of drawing 
decreases almost twofold in comparison with the 
force, obtained during the drawing of a similar 
wire under ordinary conditions. Ultimate 
strength and microhardness in the copper wire, 
drawn in an ultrasonic field from a diameter of 
1.57 ma to a diameter of 1.23 na (compression of 
about 36.5^) are approximately ^^% lower than in 
a similar wire, drawn under ordinary conditions. 
(Author) 



AD-A17 518 

(TISTM/BRW) 



Div. 26, 30 
OTS price $7.60 



SKF Industries, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 
INFLUENCE OF LUBRICATION ON ENDURANCE OF ROLLING 
CONTACTS. 

22 June 61-22 Mar 63. 
, no. AL63T011 
Proj. Ill 1 

Unclassified report 



Summary rept. No. 1 , 
22 Mar 63, 67p. Rept, 
Contract N0w61 0716, 



Descriptors: (•Ball bearings. Lubrication). 
(•Lubrication, Fatigue (Mechanics)). Films, 
Elasticity, Hydrodynamics, Theory, Experimental 
data. Thickness, Surfaces, Deformation, Pres- 
sure, Electrical conductance, Tracer studies. 
X-ray spectroscopy, Test equipment. Bearings, 
Roller bearings. Mineral oils. Stresses. 

A comprehensive research program to determine the 
effect of lubrication on the fatigue life of roll- 
ing contacts is in progress. la a rolling four- 
ball configuration, radioactive tracer techniques 
have been used to determine the existence of elas- 
tohydrodynamic lubricant films (by the absence of 
wear) at the contact between two 1/2 inch balls 
in rolling and spinning contact at various values 
of load, speed, and lubricant viscosity. Electri- 
cal conductivity measurements across such a con- 
tact indicate the existence of micro-contact oc- 
currences as the hydrodynamic ^Im becomes thin- 
ner. (Author) 



AD-i;i7 710 Div. 26, 17 
(TISTM/ODN) OTS price 11.60 



NARMCO Industries, Inc., San Djego, Calif. 

THE INVESTIGATION OF EXOTHERMIC BRAZING OF 

REFRACTORY ALLOYS. 

Quarterly rept. no. 3, 1 May-31 July 63, 

by R. A. Long. 27 Aug 63, 12p. 

Contract N600 19 59237 

Unclassified report 



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Is and alloys, 

metals and 
s and al loys , 
r stresses , 

properties , 
rature re- 
ch, Brittle- 
on. Niobium, 



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thermical ly 
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sting was per- 
effects of exo- 
ved unalloyed 
oy. (Author) 



AD-417 718 Div. 26 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $1.10 

Mier, Vincent, Port Washington, N. Y. 
DESICCATING BARRIERS FOR MILITARY PACKAGING. 
Technical rept. no. 3, 1 May-1 Aug 63. 
1 Aug 63, 4p. 
Contract N0w63 0155 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Packaging materials. Controlled 
atmospheres). Transparent panels. Humidity. 



The a 
super 
of pr 
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terials capable 
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The work 
preaches : ( 1 ) 

one trans- 
nt barrier with 
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e work is 

above avenues. 



AD-A17 775 Div. 26, U 
(TISTM/REB) OTS price $9. 60 



Minnesota U., Minneapolis. 

TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF CONTROLLED HUMIDITY STORAGE, 

L. Erickson. 30 June 61 , 



Lund and M. 



by C. E. 

106p. 

Contract N0y79585 



Unclassified report 



Descriptors: ('Materials, Preservation), 
(•Preservation, Humidity), ('Humidity, Con- 
trolled atmospheres), ('Storage, Materials), 
Warehouses, Degradation, Design, Moisture- 
proofing, Construction, Driers (Apparatus), 
Operation, Supply depots. Costs, Sealing 
compounds, Metals, Organic materials. Corrosion, 
Corrosion inhibition. Ships, Underground 
structures'. Permeability, Desiccants. 

The main objective of the program was to evaluate 
all data or information on the subject of preser- 
vation of materials in dehumidified warehouses 
available from Navy source, or any other source, 
and summarize the material into a series of 
reports. This is a technical report covering a 
summation of material included in the project 
progress reports primarily of interest to engine- 
ers or technical personnel interested in the 
design, construction, or operation of dehumidi- 
fied storage spaces. (Author) 



AD-417 776 Div. 26, U 
(TISTM/ODN) OTS price $7.60 

Minnesota U. , St. Paul. 

PRESERVATION OF MATERIALS IN CONTROLLED HUMIDITY 

STORAGE, 

by C. E. Lund and M. L. Erickson. 30 June 61, 

76p. 

Contract NOy 79585 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Storage, Materials), (•Con- 
trolled atmospheres. Storage), (•Humidity, 
Controlled atmospheres). Preservation, Mois- 
ture, Temperature, Degradation, Desiccants, 
Refrigeration systems, Metals, Plastics, Wood, 
Textiles, Paper, Rubber, Leather, Glass, Naval 
equipment, Ordnance, Aircraft, Costs. 

A comprehensive study has been conducted 

covering the preservation of materials in 
controlled humidity storage. The main objective 



65 



Division 27 - PROPULSION SYSTEMS 

of the program was to evaluate all data or in- 
formation on the subject available from Navy 
sources or any other sources and summarize such 
material into a series of reports. These sum- 
maries were to cover all available details per- 
taining to the subject and to be followed by 
recommendations of further work necessary to 
cover such areas where data or information were 
found lacki'ig. This report covers the non- 
technical data and summarizes the information 
which has been made available on the program 
during these studi es. During these studies, it 
has be ,>n found that in certain areas of the sub- 
ject positive data are lacking while in other 
areas little or no data were available. However, 
positive information is available on the methods 
and costs of dehumidified storage, and studies 
have beeo initiated by the Bureau of Yards and 
Docks to develop positive information on effi- 
cacy and economics of dehumidified storage, and 
studies have been initiated by the Bureau of 
Yards and Docks to develop positive information 
on efficacy and economics of dehumidified storage 
of materials and equipment under the storage 
cognizance of that Bureau. (Author) 



AD-417 778 Div. 26 
(TISTA/FRL) OTS price |2.60 

Minnesota U. , Minneapolis. 

A SURVEILLANCE MODEL: TWO MACHINE CASE, 

by Vidya Sagar Taneja. Aug 63, 26p. Technical 

rept. no. 30 

Contract Nonr710 31, Proj. NR0A2 003 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ( »Manuf acturing methods. Oper- 
ations research), ("Industrial production, 
Processing), Management engineering. Mainten- 
ance, Visual inspection, Quality control. 
Probability, Equations, Economics, Mathefflatical 
models. Mathematical prediction. 

Presented is an economic model for the surveil- 
lance of a production process. The process con- 
sists of a single machine with two components or 
of two machines. The output of the process is a 
single stream of goods. At each instant the 
distribution of the quality of the output depends 
on the current state of the two components. 
These components are assumed to be statistically 
independent. Considered is a ''continuous 
surveillance' • where it is possible to observe 
the production process without cost at all times 
of production. (Author) 



27. PROPULSION SYSTEMS 

A0-iH7 170 Div. 27, 12 

(TISTA/FRL) OTS price $1.10 

Rocketdyne, Canoga Park. Calif. 

(No title), 

Thor Informal Monthly reliability rept. for 

Aug 63. 

16 Sep 63, 4p. Rept. no. 63RCKii94 

Contract AFO4. 695 306 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Guided missiles (Surface-to- 
surface), Rocket motors (Liquid propel lant) ), * 
(•Rocket motors (Liquid propellant), 
Reliability), Captive tests. Launching, 
Malfunctions, Tests. 

Thor engines LR79NA-n and YLR79-NA-13 reliability 
estimates are presented for the period ending 
August 31, 1963. During the month of August 
there were ten valid tests, all successes. There 
were two launches during the month, both had 
satisfactory propulsion operation. (Author) 



AD-i17 212 Div. 27, 12, 
(TISTW/VGW) OTS price $^.60 



30 



Rocketdyne, Canoga Park, Calif. 

THOR. 

Informal monthly progress rept. no. 5, Aug 63. 

13 Sep 63, 26p. 

Contract AFO4. 695 306 

Unelaisified report 

Descriptors: ("Guided missiles (Surface to 
surface). Design), ("Rocket motors (Liquid 
propellant), Design), Research program admin- 
istration. Documentation, Performance (Engi- 
neering), Tables, Rocket motor nozzles. Fuel 
systems. Specific impulse. Flight testing. 
Stability, Yaw, Fuel systems. 



AD-417 505 Div. 27 
(TISTA/FRL) OTS price $5.60 

Jet Propulsion Center, Purdue U., Lafayette, 
Ind. 

SUMMARY OF EXPERIMEN^TAL INVESTIGATIONS OF COM- 
BUSTION PRESSURE OSCILLATIONS IN GASEOUS PROPEL- 
LANT ROCKET MOTORS. 
Fi nal rept . , 

by M. J. Zucrow, J. R. Osborn and J. M. Bonnell. 
June 63, 43p. Rept. no. F63 2 
Contract AF4.9 638 756 

Unclassified report 



("Rocket motors, Gaseous rocket 
("Combustion, Rocket motors). 



Descriptors: 

propellants) , , , , .„, 

Pressure, Oscillations, Experimental data. 
Configuration, Fuel injection, Fuel injectors. 
Combustion chambers, High frequency. Rocket 
research. Stability, Design, Combustion 
chamber gases. 

The experiments conducted to study the factors 
promoting combustion pressure oscillations in 
rocket motors burning either premixed or unmixed 
gaseous propellants. Investigations were con- 
ducted for determining the effects of combustion 
chamber geometry, the chemical differences in the 
propellants. and also the effects of several in- 
jection variables. Auxiliary studies were con- 
ducted regarding the effects of baffles located 
in the combustion chambers, and the applicability 
of linear theories to combustion instability 
phenomena. (Author) 



AD-^17 506 Div. 27, 30, 
(TISTP/AW) OTS price $7.60 



12 



Hercules Powder Co., Bacchus, Utah. 
EMBEDMENT OF INTERNAL INSTRUMENTATION IN PROPEL- 
LANT GRAINS, WEAPON SYSTEM 133A, 
by D. G. Perdue. 16 Aug 63, 56p. Rept. no. 
MT0270 U 
Contract AFO^ 64^7 2^3 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Propellant grains. Instru- 
mentation), Third-stage motors. Strain gages, 
Acceleroraeters, Rocket motors (Solid propel- 
lant). Casting, Solid rocket propellants. 
Guided missiles (Surface-to-surface). 



The Gulton Industries Model 
accel eromet er was specifical 
embedment program, as were t 
measuring instruments discus 
Their nominal sensitivity, d 
frequency response met progr 
These instruments were succe 
within the propellant grain 
accurate measurements of ace 
selected points therein. Al 
ments were developed for use 



TA 5201012 triaxial 
ly developed for this 
he triaxial strain 
sed in this report, 
ensity, and broad 
am requirements, 
ssfully embedded 
and should provide 
elerations from pre- 
though these instru- 
in the embedment 



66 



PSYCHOLOGY AND HI MAN ENGINEERING - Division 28 



program 
advance 
be espe 
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mass is 
ments a 
do not 
process 
or crea 
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instrum 
shown b 
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AD-417 631 Div. 27, 25 
(TISTP/MH) OTS price |2.25 



Air Force Aero-Propulsion Lab., Aeronautical 

Systems Div., Nright-Patterson Air Force Base. 

Ohio. ' 

IMPROVED ACOUSTICAL TREATMENT I^OR ENGINE TEST 

STANDS, 

by John T. Welbourn. June 63, ^8p. 

Proj. 3066. Task 30320 

ASD TDR63 320 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Engine noise, Acoustic insula- 
tion). Test facilities. Test equipment. Noise, 
Structures, Experimental data, Sound, Absorp- 
tion, Attenuation, Jet engine noise. 

This report summarizes an investigation and test 
of improved materials, noise control devices, and 
■ethods of application to engine test stands for 
the purpose of reducing radiated noise and in- 
creasing structural durability. Included are 
excerpts from an acoustical survey of a modified 
test stand and a full report of the acoustical 
evaluation of experimental exhaust units for a 
Transportable Turbojet Engine Test Stand. Exper- 
imental work was performed at Wright-Patterson 
Air Force Base, Ohio. (Author) 



AD-417 638 Div. 27, 17, 2f> 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $15.00 



Aerojet-General Corp., Downey, Calif. 

EXPLOSIVE FORMING OF CLOSURES " " 

PROPELLANT MOTOR CASES. 

Final rept. , 

by A. W. Hall, E. K. Henriksen, 

Aug 63. 217p. 

Contract AFO^ 611 8395 

UncJ 



ff 

:lass|llf 



R LARGE SOLID 



and I. Lieberman. 



led report 



Descriptors: ("Rocket cases, Explosive form- 
ing), ("Steel, Material f ormina) , Dies, Ice, 
Shaped charges. Rocket motors (Solid propel- 
lants). Rocket components, Welding, Metal 
plates. Hemispherical shells. Hardness, Tensile 
properties, Microstructure, Welds. 



The extension of rocket moto 
diameter and larger requires 
fabrication processes to eco 
rocket motor closures in the 
eters. The application of i 
forming techniques to produc 
the explosive forming proces 
Problem areas associated wit 
blank processing, and die fa 
presented in detail with rec 
where applicable. The succe 
blanks in conjunction with e 
described. (Author) 



r hardware to 120-in, 

the development of 
nojsically produce 
se very large dia ra- 
ce die and free- 
e large closures by 
s is described, 
h steel procurement, 
brication are also 
onmended solutions 
ssful use of welded 
xalosive forming is 



AL-417 759 Div. 27 
(liSTA/FRL) OTS price $4.60 

T' chnische Hochschule, Aachen (Germany). 
RESEARCH ON PHOTOELASTIC STRESS ANALYSIS FOR 
TJRBINE DISCS WITH NOTCH INFLUENCES. 
Annual rept., 1 Jan-31 Dec 58, 
by Ing. K. Leist. 31 Jan 59, 1v. 
Contract AF61 5U 1 U7 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Turbine wheels. Photo- 
elasticity), Design, Configuration, Tests, 
Stresses, Models (Simulation), Compressive 
properties. Scientific research. Analysis. 

Research results are presented on photoelastic 
stress analysis for turbine disks with notch 
influences. 



28. PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN 
ENGINEERING 

AD-417 276 Div. 28 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $1.60 

6570th Personnel Research Lab., Aerospace Medi- 
cal Div., Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. 
PREDICTION OF OFFICER JOB RANKINGS FROM RATINGS 
ON TWO SETS OF JOB EVALUATION FACTORS, 
by Joseph M. Madden. May 63, 7p. 
Proj. 7734, Task 773402 
PRL TDR63 13 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Job analysis. Officer person- 
nel). Military requirements. Wages, Mathe- 
matical prediction. Statistical analysis. 



Rank 
made 
meri te 
to val 
using 
perime 
criter 
rently 
A vari 
level 
Both s 
rank t 
some c 
prove 



rdering 
n the b 
d grade 
idate 2 
a multi 
ntal se 
ia bett 
used b 
able wh 
of the 
ets of 
ban of 
offlbinat 
better 



s of 144 off 
asls of meri 
in the othe 
sets of job 
pie regressi 
t of 10 fact 
er than the 
y the Air Fo 
ich reflecte 
job increase 
factors were 
grade rank, 
ion of both 
than either 



icer Job de 

ted pay in 

r were used 

requi remen 

on techniqu 

ors predict 

set of 10 f 

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one. (Auth 



scripti 
one cas 
as cri 
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e. An 
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actors 
eval uat 
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gested 
tors ni 
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AD-417 277 Div. 28 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $3.60 

6570th Personnel Research Lab., Aer'ospace Medi- 
cal Div., Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. 
OFFICER JOB EVALUATION IN TERMS OF MERITED PAY 
VERSUS MERITED GRADE, 
by Joseph M. Madden. May 63, 30p. 
Proj. 7734, Task 773402 
PRL TDR63 12 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Job analysis. Officer person- 
nel). Military requirements. Wages, Analysis 
of variance. Statistical distributions. 



Descriptions for 
by captains and m 
Command and Staff 
accomplished alon 
and merited pay, 
block design. Si 
the 2 sets of ran 
stance, job descr 
tional aircraft, 
jets are ranked s 
on grade. This i 



144 officer jobs were ranked 
ajors attending the Air Force 

College. These rankings were 
g 2 dimensions, merited grade 
using an unbalanced, incomplete 
gnificant differences between 
kings were observed. For in- 
iptions for pilots of conven- 
helicopters, and single engine 
ubstantially higher on pay than 
s true to a lesser extent for 



67 



Division 28 - PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN ENGINEERING 



oany scientific, engineering, and aedical Jobs. 
Jobs which were rated higher on grade than on 
pay include many of the directors and a variety 
of staff Jobs. The results indicate that a 
single Job evaluation plan will not be adequate 
for predicting both pay rankings and grade 
rankings. (Author) 



AD-417 3U Div. 28 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $1.60 

California U., Los Angeles. 



ASSOCIATIVE BEHAVIOR IN NORMAL AND SCHIZOPHRENIC 

CHILDREN. 

by Irving Naltzraan, Sanuel Cohen and Marigold 

Belloni. July 63, 13p. Technical repl. no. 11 

Contract Nonr23350 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ('Verbal behavior, Analysii). 
('Decision naking. Training). Abnornal psychol- 
ogy. Children, Reaction (Psychology). Menory, 
Psychometrics, Stimulation. 



Normal an 
high and 
Half the 
presentat 
to give a 
each pres 
norms der 
group sho 
the other 
ly in the 
combi ned 
ty among 
suit of t 
It was CO 
dren did 
than norm 
verbal be 
orient ing 
anxiety. 



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uncommo 
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the schi 
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not mani 
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havior w 

respons 
(Author) 



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AD-^17 -418 Div. 28 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $1.10 



Cincinnati U. 



Ohio. 



AD-^17 376 Div. 28 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $6.60 



SHORT-TERM MEMORY AS A PREDICTOR OF TROUBLE- 
SHOOTING SKILLS, 

by R. J. Senter and B. R. Bernstein. July 63, 
6p. 

Contracts AF33 616 6835 and AF33 616 7674, 
Proj. 1710, Task 17100ii 
AMRL Memo. P53 Unclassified report 

Report on Training, Personnel and Psychological 
Stress Aspects of Bi oast ronaut Ics. 

Descriptors: ("Memory, Performance tests). 
Psychology, Selection, Personnel, Wages, 
Reasoning, Learning, Psychometrics, Behavior. 

As an adjunct to research on transfer of 
troubleshooting skill, a battery of tests (both 
standard and new) was administered to subjects 
in an attempt to develop tests for the selection 
of personnel most suited for learning to trouble- 
shoot. This report describes one of the new 
tests, a test of short-term memory, and indi- 
cates its value as a predictor of learning to 
t roubleshoot . The Short-Term Memory Test con- 
sisted of 21 subtests, or sets of different 
items. Each subtest was studied by the subject 
for a specified short period, then it was re- 
moved and the subject's memory of the materials 
was tested. Various types of tests of memory 
were used, e.g. reconstruction, true-false, 
multiple choice, etc. Performance on the Short- 
Term Memory Test correlated significantly with 
some measures of learning to troubleshoot some 
equipment. Higher correlations were obtained 
when subjects received Incentive pay for better 
performance on the Short-Term Memory Test. 
Under the condition of incentive pay, the cor- 
relations between short-term memory and learning 
to troubleshoot were generally comparable to the 
correlations obtained between learning to 
troubleshoot and standard tests of symbolic 
reasoning and verbal reasoning. (Author) 



Amer ican 
LEARNING 
by Wayne 
July 63. 
Contract 



Inst, for Research, Palo Alto, Calif. 
VIA PROGRAMED READING, 
Hershberger and Leslie J. Briggs. 



1 V . Technical 

Nonr3077 00 



rept. no. 5; AIR C28 7 63TR 
Unclassified report 



Original contains color plates: All DDC re- 
productions will be in black and white. Original 
may be seen in DDC Headquarters. 

Descriptors: ("Heading, Behavior), (•Learning, 
Reading), Psychology, Psychometrics, Test 
construction (Psychology), Reaction (Psycho- 
logy), Effectiveness, Learning. 



The first part of this study reports the f 
that discursively written texts programed 
include (a) heterogeneous typography highl 
ing essential core content, and (b) self- 
evaluational response items quizzing the r 
on the core content, were considerably raor 
effective in teaching the essential materi 
than discursively and tersely written text 
corporating neither program characteristic 
second part of the study reports the findi 
a follow-up study designed to assess the r 
effectiveness of typographical cueing vers 
self-evaluat ional responding on the learni 
retention of essential lesson content in b 
discursively and tersely written texts. I 
found that under no conditions did typogra 
cueing increase either the efficiency or t 
effectiveness of the texts. (Author) 



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AD-i;i7 419 Div. 28 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price fl.lO 

Cincinnati U. , Ohio. 

A TEST OF TROUBLESHOOTING STRATEGY IN PAPER- 
PENCIL FORM, 

by R. J. Senter and Frank Nairne. July 63, 7p. 
Contracts AF33 6l6 6835 and AF33 616 7674. ProJ 
1710, Task 171004 
AMRL Memo. P54 Unclassified report 

Report on Training, Personnel and Psychological 
Stress Aspects of Bioastronautics. 

Descriptors: ("Performance tests. Learning), 
Personnel, Selection, Memory, Reliability, 
Decision making. Test construction (Psychology), 
Simulation, Psychology. 



As an adjunct to research on tran 
shooting skill, a paper and penci 
ing Simulation Test (TST) was dev 
test was administered to subjects 
to obtain validating data regardi 
value of such tests for the selec 
nel most suited for learning to t 
Performance on the Troubleshootln 
Test (TST) correlated significant 
measures of learning to troublesh 
equipment. Support was evidenced 
cept of a paper and pencil ''simu 
troubleshooting'* test for select 
for certain troubleshooting tasks 



sfer of trouble- 
1 Troubleshoot- 
eloped. This 

in an attempt 
ng the potential 
tlon of person- 
roubleshoot. 
g Simulation 
ly with some 
oot some 

for the con- 
lation of 
ing personnel 
(Author) 



es 



PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN ENGINEERING - Division 28 



AD-417 424 Div. 

(TISTB/WA) OTS price 



28 
$2.60 



Behavioral Sciences Lab., Aerospace Medical Div., 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY ON MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL PERFORMANCE 

MEASUREMENT, 

by William B. Askren, Jr. June 63, 19p. 

AMRL Memorandum P-45 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Maintenance personnel. Per- 
formance tests), ("Bibliographies, Maintenance 
personnel). Job analysis. Electronics, Mainte- 
nance, Military personnel. Psychomotor tests, 
Psychoaetrics, Human engineering. 



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AD-417 444 Div. 28^ 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $3. 60 



Dunlap and Associates, Inc., Stamford, Conn. 

SENSORY ALTERNATION AND PERFORMANCE IN A 

VIGILANCE TASK, 

by Alin Gruber. Sep 63, 29p. |' 

Contract AF19 628 1654 

ESD TDR63 605 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Visual signals. Perception), 
("Performance tests. Audiometry), Psychometrics, 
Detection, Reactions (Psychology), Psychology, 
Learning, Test methods. 



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AD-417 483 Div. 28 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $1.60 



California U. , Los Angeles. 

THE TRAINING OF ORIGINAL PROBLEM SOLVING BEHAVIOR. 

Final rept. 1 



July 63, lip. 
Contract Nonr23350 



Descriptors: ("Verbal behavior, Training), 
("Decision making. Training), Scientific re- 
search. Learning, Motivation, Theory. 



AD-417 487 
(TISTB/AAR) 



Div. 28 
OTS price $1 , 



of Tech, 



10 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Aug 63, 



Carnegie Inst, 

(No title). 

Final technical rept., 1 Dec 62-31 

by Harry W. Karn. 31 Aug 63, "Sp. 

Contract AF49 638 770; Grant AF AF0SR197 63 

AFOSR 5276 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Behavior, Learning), Stimula- 
tion, Statistical analysis. Perception, Scien- 
tific research. Analysis, Psychology. 



AD-417 519 Div. 28 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $4.60 

California U. , Los Angeles. 

EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF ASSOCIATIVE VARIABLES 

IN ORIGINALITY IRVING MALTZMAN. MARIGOLD BELLONI, 

AND MARTIN FISHBEIN, 

by Irving Maltzmnn. July 63, 37p. Technical 

rept. no. 10 

Contract Nonr23350 

Unclassified report 

Report on The Training of Original Problem 
Solving Behavior. 

Descriptors: ("Decision making. Performance 
tests. Behavior, Reaction (Psychology), 
Stimulation, Learning, Verbal behavior. 
Analysis of variane. Statistical data. 



A series 
associati 
lem solvi 
specific 
were cond 
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learning 
to affect 
predicted 
experimen 
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vary with 
were asso 
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AD-417 565 Div. 28, 16 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $7.60 

Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 

ECHOLOCATION SYSTEMS OF THE BAT CONDUCTED AT 

F. A. WEBSTER'S LABORATORY. 

Progress rept. 1 Nov 6I-I Sep 62, 

by F. A. Webster and N. I. Durlach. 14 Aug 63, 

1v. Rept. no. 41G 3 

Contract AF19 628 500 

AFESD TDR63 105 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Sensory mechanisms. Bats), 
("Bats, Sensory mechanisms). Biology, Sound, 
Behavior, Reaction (Psychology), Target dis- 
crimination. Hearing, Nervous system. Ear, 
Measurement, Motivation. 



69 



Division 29 - QUARTERMASTER EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES 
Division 30 - RESEARCH AND RESEARCH EQUIPMENT 



AD-^17 796 DiT. 28 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $12.00 

Rowland and Co., Haddonfield, N. J. 

ATTITUDES OF TROOPS IN THE TROPICS. VOLUME ONE 

PHASE ONE. 

Interim r*pt., 

by R. Oner Lucier, Gary L. Hart and George E. 

Rowland. 12 July 63, 150p. Rept. no. 63-29 

Contract DA19 129qa2076(01 6U6) , Proj. 7X95 01 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: («Attitudes, Analysis), Test 
methods. Military personnel. Measurement, 
Behavior, Intelligence tests. Theory, Models 
(Simulations), Statistical data. Tropical 
regions . 

This report presents the development of some 
methods for collection of, processing, and 
analyzing attitudinal data. During Phase 1 of 
a 2-phased research prog^m a theory and model 
of attitude structure and dynamics was developed, 
several assessment devices were constructed, 2 
pilot studies were conducted, and a major data 
collection program was undertaken in Panama in 
order to test the new attitude assessment 
instruments which has been developed. (Author) 



29. QUARTERMASTER EQUIPMENT 
AND SUPPLIES 

AD--i17 503 Div. 29 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price |1.60 

Quartermaster Food and Container Inst, for 

the Armed Forces, Chicago, 111. 

A MEASURE OF THE QUALITY AND ACCEPTANCE OF BEEF 

LIVER. AN OBJECTIVE METHOD OF DETERMINING THE 

QUALITY OF BEEF LIVER. THE INFLUENCE OF COLOR 

AND CONFORMATION UPON THE ACCEPTANCE OF BEEF 

LIVER. 

Interim rept. . July 63. 

by A. L. Savich, W. H. Surges and D. R. Bellis 

Aug 63. 14.p. 

QFCIAF U 63 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Beef. Liver). ("Meat, 
Acceptability), Quality control. Measurement 
Food. Taste. 

Two studies indicate that the grading of beef 
livers can be performed objectively by means 
of the ratio between two height measurements 
taken at specific points. The ratio of 0.50 
between the shorter height and the taller height 
( Height2/«eight1 ) was adequate to allow the 
selection of high quality livers. The conforma- 
tion of the liver was found to be highly signifi- 
cant in the selection of liver for quality as 
indicated by taste panel preference socres. 
Color was ins ionif icant in the selection of beef 
liver. (Author) 



AD-417 578 Div. 29 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $1.10 

Foreign Tech. Div.. Air Force Systems Command. 

Kright-Pa tterson Air Force Base. Ohio. 

METHOD OF VENTILATION OF CLOTHING OF CREW 

MEMBERS OF AIRCRAFT. 

by A. A. Stasyuk, Ya . G. Rubashkin. and Yu. M 

Petrov. 15 Aug 63, Up. 

FTD TT63 77^ Unclassified report 



Trans, from Russian Patent No. U2157, (Appl. 
No. 6985^9/40-23, pp. ^-U, U Feb 61, 

Descriptors: ("Flight clothing. Ventilation), 
Pressure, High altitude. 

A method is presented for ventilating the cloth- 
ing of members of aircraft crews making use of 
drop in pressure, which is distinguished by the 
fact that for the purpose of simplifying the 
equipment of the ventilation system the air it 
drawn through the clothing by connecting it with 
an air duct from the hermetically sealed cabin 
and an air duct into the space outside the 
flying craft. (Author) 



30. RESEARCH AND RESEARCH 
EQUIPMENT 



AD-417 110 DiT. 30 
(TISTB/JAB) OTS price $12. 



00 



Defense Documentation Center, Alexandria Va 
REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT ON GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING 
FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 
30 Apr 62, It. 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Research program administra- 
tion, United States Government), Reviews, 
Economics, Scientific organizations. Scien- 
tific research. Control, Budgets, Management 
engineering. Industrial relations. 



AD-417 IK DiT. 
(TISTW/WH) OTS price 



30, 22 
♦-4.60 



Naval Ordnance Lab., White Oak, Md. 

A PASSIVE TEMPERATURE-TELEMETERING SYSTEM FOR 

GUN-LAUNCHED MODELS, 

by E. Paschiutti. Sep 63, It. 

NOL TR62 75; BR65 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Projectiles, Model tests), 
(•Guided missile models. Telemetering systems), 
(•Aerodynamic heating. Telemetering systems) 
Circuits, Gun launched. ' 



A system 
temperat 
flight a 
conta ins 
a temper 
induct i V 
to and f 
t ions al 
the mode 
t ions to 
per seco 



was de 
ure dat 
long a 

a simp 
ature d 
e coupl 
rom the 
ong the 
Is were 

muzzle 
nd and 



veloped for telemetering surface 
a from missile models in free 
ballistics range. The model' 
le RLC circuit. The R portion is 
ependent film resistor. By 
ing, the RF energy is transmitted 
model as it passes pickup sta- 
range. Using a 57-mm powder gun 
launched at atmospheric condi- 
Telocities of between 5,170 feet 
5,320 feet per second. (Author) 



70 



AD-417 158 DiT. 30, 6 
(TISTE/JWS) OTS price $15.00 

Electronic Systems Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., 

Cambr i dge . 

HIGH-PRECISION PRESSURE SENSOR. 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 11, 8 May-7 Aug 63, 

by Denis Cogswell, William H. Crabtree, Jerold 

McClure, Edward J. McKay, Jr. and Gerald E. 

Pollon. 7 Aug 63, 1v. Rept. no. ESL OR 181; 

DSR no. 8684 

Contract N0W61 0400 

Unclassified report 



RESEARCH AND RESEARCH EQUIPMENT - Division 30 



Descriptors: (•Pressure, Measurement), ("Trans- 
ducers, Pressure), ("Pressure gages. Hydro- 
static pressure), Sound signals. Velocity, 
Liquids, Acoustic properties. Temperature. 
Oscillators, Synchronization (Electronics), 
Phase measurement. 

Progress made during the quarter 8 May 1963 
through 7 August 1963 toward detelopment of a 
zero to 2500 psi pressure sensor having an over- 
all precision of 1/4 psi is summarized. Present 
emphasis is on techniques involring sensing pres- 
sure through its effect on the velocity of sound 
in liquids. Laboratory model equipment is de- 
scribed and test results are presented which are 
interpreted as experimentally verifying that 1/4 
psi pressure sensing via the velocity of sound 
is possible in the laboratory. Some general re- 
quirements for pressure sensors to be used as 
torpedo depth sensors are outlined and problems 
associated with using the velocity of sound ap- 
proach are identified. Two approaches to the 
most fundamental problem (temperature discrimi- 
nation) are described and experimental results 
with one of the techniques are given. (Author) 



AD-417 165 DiT. 30 
(TISTE/WA) OTS price 13.60 

Lear Siegler Inc., Santa Monica, Calif. 
DEVELOPMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL GAS DISCHARGE 
DISPLAY, 

Quarterly progress rept. no. 1, 24 May-24 Aug 63 < 
24 Aug 63, 26p. 

Contrt^ct N0bsr89201, Proj . SROO6O3OI , Task 9498 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Gas discharges. Display 
systems). Panels (Structural), Design, 
Theory, Electric trigger controls. Discharge 
tubes. Circuits, Memory. 



AD-417 180 DiT. 30, 9 
(TISTP/FEM) OTS price $13.00 



Michigan U. Coll. of Engineering, Ann Arbor. 
DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF AN ARC HEATED 
HYPERSONIC TUNNEL, 

by P. M. Sherman. July 63, 1v. Rept. no. 02953 3F 
Contract Nonr122431, Proj. NRO6I 108; ORA Proj. 

02953 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Hypersonic wind tunnels. 
Operation), ("Hypersonic flight. Simulation), 
("Test facilities. Hypersonic test vehicles). 
Design, Stagnation point. Temperature, Pres- 
sure, Nozzles, Timing circuits. Heating ele- 
ments. Heat transfer. Energy, Coils, Electric 
currents. Vacuum apparatus. Transducers. 



AD-417 186 Div. 30 
(TISTE/AM) OTS price $3-60 



Stanford U., Calif. . 

A METHOD OF DATA ACQUISITION AND SYSTEM CONTROL 

THROUGH TIME SHARING OF MIXED INPUTS, 

by Burden Brentnall. Feb 63, 33p- 

Unclassified report 



■aster's thesis, 



Descriptorst ("Analog-digital computers. De- 
sign), Programming (Computers), Circuits, 
Electronic eauipment. Scanning, Amplifiers, 
Performance (Engineering) . 



AD-417 193 Div. 30, 25 
(TISTP/WH) OTS price $5-60 

Marine Engineering Lab., Annapolis, Md. 
A SYSTEM OF AUTOMATIC CONTOUR DISPLAY (AUTOCON), 
by W. W. Anderson. 11 Sep 63, 1v. 
Subproj . S R011 01 01 

MEL Research and development rept. no. 81 284 

Unclassified report 

Report on In-House Independent Research Program. 

Descriptors: ("Analog systems. Display 
systems), ("Magnetic fields. Measurement), 
Television display systems. Magnetometers, 
Scanning, Circuits. 



A newly 
Di splay 
i nf orma 
data po 
i nf orma 
surface 
analog 
operat i 
po i nt s 
i nterpo 
the sur 
di scret 
a store 
and on 
present 
data po 
and wi 1 
electro 
levels . 
Individ 
any are 
respons 
method 
ch ief a 
magnet i 
of the 
of 1 or 



develope 
, ent i t le 
tion from 
ints and 
tion into 

plots, 
storage , 
ons which 
in a plan 
lated sur 
face is g 
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d televis 
35-mm fil 

AUTOCON 
ints at a 
1 plot a 
nical ly-i 
The com 
ual porti 
a of inve 
e surface 
of graphi 
dvant age 
c field i 
time requ 

2 hr by 



d system of A 
d AUTOCON, re 

a plane of e 
s imult aneous 1 

complete con 
The system em 
scanning, and 

take a finit 
e and, from t 
face over all 
enerated, it 

levels which 
ion display f 
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system can ac 

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contour consi 
dentified, di 
plete system, 
ons, is gener 
St igat ion whi 

plots or sim 
cal analysis, 
in its presen 
nvest igat ions 
ired to obtai 
manual plotti 



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ceives anal 
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tour respon 
ploys a ser 

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AD-417 350 Div. 30 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $11,00 

Moore School of Electrical Engineering, U. of 

Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. 

A SYNTAX-ORIENTED COMPILER FOR LANGUAGES WHOSE 

SYNTAX IS EXPRESSIBLE IN BACKUS NORMAL FORM. AND 

SOME PROPOSED EXTENSIONS THERETO. 

by Peter Zilahy Ingerman. May 63, 1v. 

AFOSR 5283 Unclassified report 

Master's thesis. 

Descriptors: ("Language, Machine translation). 
("Machine translation. Language). Computers, 
Structures. Digital computers. Codinj, Auto- 
matic. Programming languages. 

This paper discusses a syntax-oriented compiler 
for languages with a context-free syntax 
expressed in Backus Normal Form. The technique 
discussed is applicable to an iterated compila- 
tion process, where each phase of the compilation 
generates the rules of syntax required for the 
next phase of the compilation. Complete flow 
charts are included for the major processors; 
these flow charts are essentially machine- 
independent. Also included is a discussion of 
the extensions required which allow the compila- 
tion technique to be extended to context- 
dependent syntax, although a non-terminating 
compilation may result in certain cases if these 
extensions are included. The general technique 
is therefore not only shown to be extendable, but 
is also shown to facilitate the comparison of 
languages, since the idiosyncracies of individual 
compilers can be eliminated from the comparison. 
(Author) 



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Division 30 - RESEARCH AND RESEARCH EQUIPMENT 



AD-ii17 385 Div. 30 

(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $1.10 

Hughes Aircraft Co.. £ulver City, Calif. 

(No title) . 

Monthly progress rept. no. 10, 29 July-25 Auo 63. 

26 Aug 63, 6p. 

Contract AFO^ 695 210 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Computers, Reliability), 
Errors, Multiple operation. Programming (Com- 
puters) . Test . 



AD-^17 i26 Div. 30 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $^.60 

Behavioral Sciences Lab., Aerospace Medical Div., 

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR FABRICATING A DIGITAL 

LABORATORY TIMER, 

by Nilss M. Aume. July 63, ^1 p. 

AMRL Memo. P38 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (»Timing devices. Laboratories), 
(•Digital systems. Timing devices). Design, 
Construction, Electric motors. Human 
eng i neer i ng. 

This report describes the design and fabrica- 
tion of a digital timer that is useful in a wide 
variety of experimental applications, e.g., in 
studies that require each member of a group of 
human subjects to nonitor and/or record time 
as a part of his experimental task. The design 
of the timer is relatively simple, and the 
instructions for its fabrication are thorough. 
(Author) 



AD-^17 ii89 

(tistm/ejh; 



Div, 30. 2, 
OTS price $1.10 



25 



Laboratory of Astrophysics and Physical Meteor- 
ology, Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore, Md. 
FAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY. 
Final rept . , 

by John Strong. 28 Aug 63. 1p. 

Grants AF AF0SR62 135 and AF AF0SR62 135A, Proi . 
9768, Task 37650 
AFOSR 5279 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Infrared spectroscopy. Astron- 
omy), ("Infrared spectrophotometers. Astron- 
omy), Instrumentation, Balloon equipment. High 
altitude. Astronomical data, Sun, Moon. 

The purpose of the program has been to develop 
interferometric spectroscopy for the far infrared 
spectrum so that it may, among other uses, be 
used to study the spectrum of the sun (and moon, 
during eclipse) from balloon altitudes. During 
the first part of this program the research re- 
sults obtained with a Rubens-Wood quartz-lens fo- 
cal isolation apparatus. The focal isolation appa- 
ratus was itself modified, but the most attention 
was given to detectors for use with it. A Golay 
cell, provided with diamond window, and a Barnes 
thermistor were used. (Author) 



AD-417 523 Div. 30 
(TISTP/MG) OTS price $5. 



60 



Frick Chemical Lab., Princeton U. , N. J. 

ROBAN CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC MONITOR SYSTEM, 

by R. A. Jacobson and A. D. Mighell. 26 June 

^6p. Technical rept. no. 2 

Grant DA AR0D31 12^G265. ProJ . 3083C 

Unclassified report 



63. 




Roban is a versatile 
Control Data Corporat 
specifically for the 
was written to make c 
and efficient. By us 
programs, it is possi 
new programs, and to 
Roban contains an int 
tern of commands (macr 
Roban commands make i 
or write on magnetic 
dump a specific numbe 
binary coded decimal 
Other features of thi 
flexible input-output 
ci ty , the ability to 
errors, some useful a 
finally the capacity 
other programs such a 
routines. (Author) 



monitor system, 
ion 160^ comput 
X-ray crysta llo 
omputer operati 
ing Roban and a 
ble to assemble 
operate existin 
egrated control 
o-instruct ions ) 
t possible to e 
tape in binary 
r of storage lo 
mode, to rewind 
s mon iter syste 
system, a debu 
monitor certain 
rithmetic subro 
to work in conj 
s the trace and 



for the 
er, designed 
grapher. It 
on both easy 
uxi 1 iary 

and debug 
g programs. 

over a sys- 

These 

asily read 

coded mode, 

ca t ions in 

tapes, etc. 
m include a 
gging capa- 

ar i thmet ic 
ut i nes , and 
unction with 

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to 



AD-^17 539 Div. 30 
(TISTA/LSK) ) OTS price $3.60 

Ballistic Research Labs., Aberdeen Proving 

Ground, Md. 

SPECTRUM OF THE PROBE GLOW IN A SUPERSONIC WIND 

TUNNEL LIGHTNING STORM. 

by Anders S. Plntou, Ger.ild B. Klebe and 

Robert L. Rowe. July 63, I5p. 

BRL Memo. rept. no. H90 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Supersonic wind tunnels. 
Lightning), ("Wind tunnel nozzles. Water 
vapor). Supersonic nozzles. Electric arcs. 
Glow discharges. Electric discharges. Static 
electricity. Static dischargers, Condensation, 
Spikes, Spectroscopy, Spectra (Visible & 
ultraviolet. 



When moist air is used 
electrical effects are 
mounted in the nozzle, 
assumes a potential of 
with a grounded probe. 



in a supersonic nozzle, 

observed on a probe 
An ungrounded probe 

several thousand volts; 

a blue-red glow appears 
on the tip. Emission spectra of this glow con- 
sist only of excited molecular nitrogen with no 
indication of the presnce of oxygen or or water. 
The condensation glow spectra are similar to 
those of a low power a.c. arc under similar 
static pressure. (Author) 

AD-ii17 5ii1 Div. 30 
(TISTM/AMS) OTS price $2.00 

Electro-Optical Systems, Inc., Pasadena, Calif. 

RESEARCH ON HIGH TEMPERATURE STRAIN GAGE 

ELEMENTS. 

Final rept., 

by C. B. Jordan. Aug 63, 71p. 

Contract AF33 657 8869, ProJ. 7065. Task 7065 02 

ARL 63 U7 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Strain gages. High-temperature 
research), (•High-temperature research. 
Strain gages), (•Materials, Strain gages), 
Silicon compounds. Carbides, Silicon, Pyrolytic 
graphite. Gallium compounds. Phosphides, Ti- 
tanium compounds. Oxides, Crystals. Crystal 
growth. Single crystals. Piezoelectric ef- 
fect. Resistance (Electrical). Laboratory 
equipment. 

This project was concerned with an attempt to 



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SHIPS AND MARINE EQUIPMENT - Division 31 



find materials for use as st 
peratures above 2000 F (1093 
were investigated: silicon 
pyrolytic graphite, rutile, 
phide. The gage factors of 
were measured in the tempera 
(77 F) to 750 C (1382 F) . T 
silicon carbide was found to 
at room temperature, and non 
rials appeared to offer any 
taining a useful gage factor 
ever, several results which 
tical value were obtained: 
silicon as a strain gage was 
650 C (1202 F) by a new cont 
silicon carbide was found to 
ture sensor over a wide rang 
and rutile was found to be a 
over a fairly wide range of 
(Author) 



rain gages at tem- 

C)^ Five materials 
carb ide. s i 1 icon, 
and gal I ium phos- 
t het e materials 
ture range of 25 C 
he gage factor of 

be very small even 
e of the other mate- 
postihility of re- 

at 2000 F. How- 
may well be of prac- 
t he useful ness of 

extended to about 
acting process, 

be a good tempera- 
e of temperature, 

good oxygen sensor 
elefBted temperature. 



AD-417 552 Div. 30 
(TISTE/JWS) OTS price $10.50 



Pennsylvania State. 
TRANSMISSION LOSS 
12Jp. Technical 



Ordnance Research Lab. 
U. , University Park. 
UNDERWATER SOUND RAYS AND 
USING AN ANALOG COMPUTliH, 
by E. Lugo-Faria. K Aug 63, 
memo. no. TM26 2000 72 
Contract Nordl6597 

Unclasslf i|ed report 

Descriptors: ("Programming (Computers). 
Analog computers), ("Sound transmission. 
Underwater sound). Ranges (Distance), 
Equations, Absorption, Velocity, Mathematical 
prediction. 

A presentation is made of the steps followed in 
the development of an analog computer program 
which is used to generate sound raypaths and to 
compute sound transmission losses due to ray 
divergence and absorption. Inputs to the 
program are: sound projector depth, velocity 
of sound at this depth, and velocity gradient 
as a function of depth only. The implemented 
equations are briefly described together with 
the approximations used. Simplified block and 
schematic diagrams are shown to describe the 
logical development of the program and to 
clarify points under discussion. Typical plots 
of raypaths, intensity contours, and depth 
dependence of the sound velocity are presented 
along with some discussion as to computer 
sensitivity and accuracy of results. Approxima- 
tions to the implemented equations and the 
accompanying simplifications resulting are 
discussed from the standpoint of accuracy. A 
set of operating instructions pertinent to an 
Electronic Associate Analog Computer Model 16-31R 
when using the resulting program is included in 
Appendix A. (Author) 



AD-417 6U Div. 30 
(TISTP/HG) OTS price $26.00 



California U. , Los Angeles. 

CONTENT-ADDRESSABLE MEMORY SYSTSMS. 

by Richard H. Fuller. June 63, 349p. Rept. 

25 

Contract Nonr23352 

Unclassified report 



63 



Descriptors: (•Computer storage devices. Ef- 
fectiveness), Data processing systems, Digital 
computers). Computer logic. Programming lan- 
guages. Simulation, Cyrogenic storage devices. 
Control sequences. Magnetic core storage. Data 
storage systems. Programming (Computers), Tun- 
nel diodes. Thin films, Air traffic control 



systems. Tables, Dynamic programming. Informa- 
tion retrieval. Switching circuits, Functions, 
Partial differential equations. Difference 
equa t ions . 



The utility of content- 
(CAM's) within a genera 
is investigated. Word 
addressed by the charac 
cell contents. Multime 
may be addressed simult 
logical capabilities of 
simultaneous transforma 
and to allow communicat 
word cells. A novel se 
tic commands is propose 
and algorithms are give 
commands. A simulation 
which allows simulation 
Job programs run on the 
tallies of execution ti 
particular realization 



addressable memories 
1 purpose computing system 
cells within CAM may be 
ter of all or a part of 
mbered sets of word cells 
aneously. The distributed 
CAM are extended to allow 
tion of mul t imembered sets 
ion between neighboring 
t of logical and arithme- 
d for the extended CAM 
n for execution of these 
package is developed 
of CAM commands within 
IBM 7090 and derives 
mes corresponding to a 
of a CAM system. (Author) 



AD-417 672 Div. 30 
(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $2.60 

Lincoln Lab.. Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 

DATA SYSTEMS. DIVISION 2. 

Quarterly progress rept., 1 May-31 July 63. 

15 Aug 63, lOp. 

Contract AF19 628 500 

AFESD TDR63 Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Data processing systems. 
Computers), ("Computers, Data processing 
systems). Circuits, Switching circuits. 
Transistors. Memory, Electronics, Measurement, 
Automatic, Speech, Speech reocgnition. 
Digital systems. Design, Control. 



AD-417 773 Div. 30, 26 
(TISTE/CAM) OTS price $1.60 

SKF Industries Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 

CALIBRATION OF ANDEROMETERS. 

Final rept. , 

by Olof Gustafsson. 13 Aug 62, 15p. Rept. no. 

AL62L015 

Contract NObs78593. PtoJ . CR01 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Test sets. Calibration), 
Vibration, Measurement, Bearing, Test methods. 



AD-417 784 Div. 30 
(TISTP/FR) OTS price $1.10 

Denver U, , Colo. 

(No title). 

Progress letter no. 25, 1-31 Oct 62. 

31 Oct 62, 2p. 

Contract AF19 604 7429 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Meteorological balloons, In- 
strumentation), Spectrum analyzers, Attitude 
control systems. 



31. SHIPS AND MARINE 
EQUIPMENT 

AD-417 203 Div. 31 \ 

(TISTE/OHD) OTS. price $8.10 

Naval Civil Engineering Lab., Port Hueneme, Calif. 
SEA TESTS ON A SWING-MOORED AIRCRAFT CARRIER. 



73 



Division 32 - MISCELLANEOUS ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Final rept. , 

by J. T. O'Brien and B, J. Muga. 9 Sep 63, 78p. 

Proj. Y H009 03 001 

NCEL R251 Unclassified report 

Oescriptorst ("lloorinfl, Aircraft carriers), 
Motion, Acceleration, Wind, Roll, Pitch 
(Motion), Water waves, Measurenent, Recording 
systens, Experinental data. 



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ducted 
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eries techniques 
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itch can be 
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thor) 



AD-417 463 Div. 31. 18. 8 
(TISTE/CAM) GTS price $18.50 

Sperry Gyroscope Co., Great Neck, N. Y. 

PROJECT SURIC. PHASE V. VOLUME II. 

Fina 1 rept. 

July 63. 1v. Sperry rept. no. EB5280 0308 

Contract N0nr2855 00 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors; (»Combat information centers. 
Naval vessels (Combatant)), ("Command and 
control systems, Navigation), (•Performance 
(Engineering), Specification), Specifications, 
Navigation computers. Electronic equipment, 
Data processing systems. Display systems. 



AD-417 516 Div. 31 . 9 
(TISTE/JBM) OTS price $6. 



60 



Hydronautics, Inc., Laurel, Md. 

WAVES DUE TO A SUBMERGED BODY, 

by B. Yim, May 63. 1v. Technical rept. 231 3 

Contract Nonr368800, Proj. NR220 016 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Underwater objects, Water 
waves), ("Water waves, Underwater objects), 
(•Submarines, Water waves). Mathematical 
analysis. Motion, Ocean waves, Hydrodynamics, 
Stability, Integral transforms. Equations, 
Analysis, Velocity. 

An investigation was made of the wave height due 
to a submerged point source and a source line. 
The wave height consists of two parts; the 
regular wave and the local disturbance. The 
method of evaluating the integral representing 
regular waves is different in two regions, that 
in the vicinity and that far behind the singu- 
larity. In the vicinity of the singularity, the 
numberical integration is performed by the 
method of Gauss' quadrature. At the far place, 
the method of stationary phase is used. The 
behavior of the wave height near the critical 
line is discussed. For the local disturbance, 
the integral can be evaluated in the closed 
form immediately above the singularity. A 
scheme involving numerical computation by high 
speed machine is worked out for other points. 



As an example, the wave height due to a simple 

form of submarine with given dimensions is 

calculated in detail. The influence of the 
submarine sail is included. (Author) 



AD-417 554 Div. 31. 18 
(TISTE/JWS) OTS price $14.00 

Mathiasen's Tanker Industries^ Inc., Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

DOWN RANGE SUPPLY VESSEL - REVISED. 

30 Nov 62, 158p. 

Unclassified report 

Subcontract to Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of 
Tech., Contract AF19 604 7400. 

Descriptors: (•Refueling, Ships), (•Naval 
vessels (Support), Refuel i ng) , Tenders 
(Vessels), Guided missile ranges, Logistics, 
Hose couplings. Line throwing equipment, 
Costs. 

Contents : 

Historical background of replenishment at sea 

Concept of replenishment at sea and at safe 

anchorage 
Operational procedures 

Replenishment methods and instructions 
High-line methods of transferring supplies 
High-line methods of transferring personnel 
Transfer by motor launch 

Log abstract of refueling at sea operations 
Transfer of technical personnel and data 
Scope of service required 
Areas of operation 
Prevailing weather conditions 
Replenishment ports 

Prototypes of suitable supply vessels 
Procurement of supply vessel 

Reactivation and conversion of supply vessel 
Down range supply vessel 
Tracking vessels 
Operating costs 
Installation of refueling station at Ascension 

Island 
Pacific Missile Range Operations 
Human engineering 



AD-417 630 Div. 31 , 1 5 
(TISTE/JWS) OTS price $4.60 

Institute of Engineering Research, U. of Calif., 

Berkeley. 

SHIPS OF MINIMUM TOTAL RESISTANCE, 

by Wen-Chin Lin, W. C. Webster and J. V. 

Wehausen. Aug 63, It. Rept. no. NA63 7 

Contract Nonr22230 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Ships, Design), ("Fluid dy- 
namic properties. Ships). Ship hulls. Hydro- 
dynamic configurations, Functions, Taylor's 
series. Numerical analysis, Partial differ- 
ential equations, Ship models. 

32. MISCELLANEOUS ARTS AND 
SCIENCES 

AD-417 129 Div. 32 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $7.60 

Middlebury College, Vt. 

MARINE ORIENTATION IN NORWAY. AN ASSESSMENT OF 

THE ROLE OF THE SEA IN THE LIFE OF THE COUNTRY. 

Final rept., 

by Vincent H. Malmstrom. Aug 63, 67p. 

Grant Nonr G00049 62, Proj, NR388 068 

Unclassified report 



74 



MISCELLANEOUS ARTS AND SCIENCES - Division 32 



Descriptors! (•Commerce, Industrial research), 
Agriculture, Population, Economy, Labor, 
Industries, Distribution, Oceans. 

This report has two primary objectives, namely 
(1) to determine the degree of marine orientation 
in Norway, and (2) to explain insofar as possible 
such regional variations in marine orientation 
as are disclosed by the data assembled. Norway 
was chosen as the locale of this pilot study for 
several reasons, foremost among them being (a) 
a long and well-established tradition of maritime 
activity and (b) a homogeneous cultural milieu, 
thus reducing the number of variables to essen- 
tially those presented by the physical environ- 
ment. (Author) 

AD^17 188 Div. 32 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $2.60 

Hebrew U., (Israel). 

SYNTACTIC SIMPLICATION, 

by A. Kasher and D. Louvish. Aug 63, 21p. 

Technical rept. no. 14 

Contract N62558 3510, Proj. NR0i9 130 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (•Language, Mathematical 
analysis), ("Mathematical analysis. 
Language), Numbers, Functional analysis. 
Algebras. 

AD-417 356 Div. 32, 30. 5 
(TISTB/WA) OTS price $7.60 

Royal Inst, of Tech. (Sweden). 
SPEECH ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES. 
Final technical rept. no. 4, 1 
30 June 63, 1v. 
Contract DA91 591 EUC2626 

Unclassified 



July 62-30 June 63. 



report 



Descriptors: ("Speech, Analysis), Speech 
compression. Data processing systems, Spectrum 
analyzers, Speech recognition. Digital 
systems. Mathematical analysis. 

This study has concentrated on speech analysis 
techniques with particular emphasis on instru- 
mentation and methods for automatic extraction 
of speech signal parameters. There is also a 
limited amount of work undertaken on synthesis 
instrumentation and techniques. Of particular 
interest to speech bandwidth compression 
techniques is a study of the performance of 
speech compression systems. (Author) 



AD-417 452 
(TISTB/AAR) 



Div. 32 
OTS price $3.60 



Planning Research Corp., Los Angeles, Calif. 
DOCUMENT STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL TECHNIOUES — 
APPENDIX ~ INDEXING TECHNIQUES, DESCRIPTION 
AND BACKGROUND. 

by Donald V. Black. Rev. 13 Juae 63, 29p. Rept, 
no. PRC D634A 

Unclassified report 

Appendix to Navcossact - Report no. 0024. 

Descriptors: ("Information retrieval, Data 
processing systems). Data storage systems. 
Navy, Documentation, Economics, Nuclear 
physics. Catalogs, Classification, Mathe- 
matics, Physics, Chemistry, Automatic. 



AD-417 470 
(TISTB/AAR) 



Div. 32 
OTS price 



$2.60 



Hebrew U. (Israel). 

MEASURES OF SYNTACTIC COMPLEXI 



r. 



by Y. Bar-Hillel, A. Kasher and E. Shamir. 
Aug 63, 26p. Technical rept. no. 13 
Contract N62558 3510, Proj. NRO4913O 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Language, Vocabulary), Mathe- 
matics, Functions, Structures, Automation. 



AD-417 471 Div. 32, 2, 16 

(TISTB/AAR) OTS price $7.60 

Middlebury Coll., Vt. 

MARINE ORIENTATION IN NORWAY ~ AN ASSESSMENT OF 

THE ROLE OF THE SEA IN THE LIFE OF THE COUNTRY. 

Fi nal rept. , 

by Vincent H. Malmstrom. Aug 63, 67p. 

Grant Nonr G00049 62, Proj. NR388068 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Fishes, Industries), 
("Industries, Fishes), Economics, Distribution, 
Agriculture, Geographical survey. 



AD-417 681 Div. 32, 20 
(TISTM/BRW) OTS price $4.60 

Radiation Effects Information Center, Columbus, 

Ohio. 

MONTHLY ACCESSION LIST. ABSTRACTS. PART I. 

Rept. for 1-30 Sep 63. 

15 Oct 63, 48p. REIC Ascensions list no. 68 

Contract AF33 657 10085. Proj s 7381 and 7634, 

Task 738103 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Bibliographies, Radiation 
damage), ("Radiation damage. Bibliographies), 
Metals, Alloys, Ceramic materials, Polymers, 
Inorganic compounds. Organic materials, 
Elect ron ic° equipment , Electronics, Space en- 
vironmental conditions. Abstracts, Elastomers, 
Plastics. 



AD-417 696 Div. 32, 15 
(TISTP/HG) OTS price $2.60 

New York State Coll. of Agriculture, Cornell U. , 

Ithaca. 

SOME ASPECTS OF GENERAL AND SPECIFIC COMBINING 

ABILITY, 

by W. T. Federer and C. R. Henderson. 1963, 21p. 

Technical rept. no. 8 

Contract Nonr40139, Proj. NRO42 212 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: ("Plants. Genetics), ("Statisti- 
cal analysis. Genetics), ("Genetics, Plants), 
Analysis of variance. Equations, Mathematical 
models, Mathematical prediction, Sampling, Sto- 
chastic processes. Reproduction, Bibliographies. 

For the diallel crossing system involving 
p(p-l)/2 possible crosses among p lines, the 
linear yield equation, the estimated effects, the 
sums of squares in the analysis of variance, and 
the expected values for the various sums of 
squares under different models are described. A 
number of different definitions or models are 
given for both fixed and random genetic effects. 
Under these descriptions, it is shown how to 
obtain the several published forms of the ex- 
pectations for^th* sums of squares among the 
estimated combining ability effects for the ith 
line. Thus, all published forms are correct, but 
different models or definitions were utilized to 
obtain each form. The specific combining ability 
variance for the ith line is redefined in such a 
manner as to make the genotypic variance in the 
absence of epistatic effects, equal to twice the 
sun of the general combining ability variance 



75 



Division 33 - TRANSPORTATION 



(additive variance = the square of sigma sub 
alpha) and the specific combining ability vari- 
ance (non-additive variance = the square of signa 
sub alpha). The currently used definition of 
specific combining ability variance requires that 
the genotypic variance be 2 the square of sigma 
sub alpha + the square of sigma sub alpha rather 
than the redefined form of 2(the square of sigma 
sub alpha + the square of sigma sub alpha) as 
suggested herein. (Author) 



33. TRANSPORTATION 



preparation of their respective inputs. These 
inputs vary with runway configuration, runway 
use, aircraft population, and operating rules 
(VFR or IFR) . The airport surveys that were 
analyzed to provide input values and operating 
parameters are also described. An IBM 7090 
Fortran program was written to automatically 
compute the inputs and model outputs in the form 
of delays versus operating rates and capacities 
of airport runway configurations. The use and 
application of this program is described. 
(Author) 



AD-ii17 202 Div. 33, 19 
(TISTA/FHL) OTS price IH.50 

Airborne Instruments Lab. Inc., Deer Park, N. Y. 
OPERATIONAL EVALUATION OF AIRPORT RUNWAY DESIGN 
AND CAPACITY (A STUDY OF METHODS AND TECHNIQUES), 
by E. N. Hooton, H. P. Galliher, M. A. Warskow 
and K. G. Grossman. Jan 63. 214'P< Kept. no. 
7601 6 
Contract FAA BRD136, Proj. 412 7 1R 

Unclassified report 

Descriptors: (*i!unways. Design), ('Terminal 
flight facilities. Design), (»Air traffic. 
Scheduling), Mathematical models. Configura- 
tion , .P rogrammi ng (Computers), Airports, 
Civil aviation, Air traffic control systems. 
Handbook, Landings, Research program adminis- 
tration. Operation. 

Described is a continuation of research into the 
application of mathematical techniques to the 
evaluation of practical airport capacity and 
delays: Since the primary task was to develop a 
handbook for deteruining airport capacity and 
delays by the engineer in the field, the main 
effort was concentrated on developing existing 
mathematical models for universal application. 
Therefore, this report contains the background 
material relevant to the handbook, describes the 
mathematical models used, and discusses the 



AD-417 uy Div. 33. 7, 19 

(TISTA/VGW) OTS price $2.60 

National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center, 

Atlantic City, N. .1. 

A BUILDING BLOCKS CONCEPT FOR VFR AIRPORT 

LIGHTING. 

Interim memorandum rept., 

by Theodore W. Robinson and Robert K. McKelvey. 

June 63, 1 6p. 

Proj. ii21 16R 

Unclassified report . 

Descriptors: ("Airports. Lighting equipment). 
Approved lights. Beacon lights. Marker lights. 
Glide path systems. Aviation safety. Night 
landings. Civil aviation. Scheduling, Landing 
aids. Construction. 



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76 



NON-MILITARY AND OLDER MILITARY 
RESEARCH REPORTS 



•Descriptors marked with an asterisk 
are included in the subject index. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY 



PB-163 664 OTS $6.00/reel 

$70. OO/set rf reels 
Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 
PATEhn' CLASSIFICATION MICROFILM. 
[1963] 13 microfilm reels, 3,000,000 patents 
Supersedes listing of 1960, PB-144 504 

DESCRIPTCBS: ♦Patents, Classification, Documentation 

This microfilm copy of the official record of the classi- 
fication at U. S. patents issued through 31 Dec 62 is 
arranged numerically in Class and Subclass order ac- 
cording to the Patent Office Manual of Classification . 
The microfilm listing, used in conjunction with the 
manual, makes it possible to find out which patents re- 
late to a given subject classified in a particular num- 
bered class and subclass. The complete record is con- 
tained in 13 reels of 16 mm film comprising 6 reels of 
the original or primary subject classification of the 
patents, and 7 reels of their cross reference 
classification. 

Or ignial Classification 
Reel no. 1, Patent Classes 1-6. > 
Reel no. 2, Patent Classes 54-105 
Reel no. 3, Patent Classes 106-159 
Reel no. 4, Patent Classes 160-217 
Reel no. 5, Patent Classes 218-267 
Reel no. 6, Patent Classes 268-346 
Cross Reference Classification 
Reel no. 7, Patent Classes 1-S8 
Reel no. 8, Patent Classes 59-106 
Reel no. 9, Patent Classes 107-161 
Reel no. 10, Patent Classes 162-212 
Reel no. 11, Patent Classes 213-259 
Reel no. 12, Patent Classes 260-312 
Reel no. 13, Patent Classes 313-346 



PB- 163 665 OTS $6.00 



Patent Office, Washington, Dj. C. 
PATENT CLASSIFICATION MICROFILM. 
TION OF DESIGN PATENTS. 
[1963] 1 micr(rfilm reel 
Supersedes reel of 1960, PB-144 625 



CLASSIFICA 



Design, Classification, 



DESCRIPTORS: 'Patents, 
Documentation, 



The complete record of the classification of design 
patents is contained in a single microfilm reel (16 mm) 
which includes both the original and cross reference 
classification of these patents. (See also PB-163 664) 



BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 
Personnel and Training 



AD-400 727 OTS $6. 60 

Applied Psychological Services, Wayne, Pa. 
POST -TRAINING PERFORMANCE CRITERION DE- 
VELOPMENT AND APPLICATION: A COMPARATIVE 
MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALING ANALYSIS OF THE 
TASKS PERFORMED BY NAVAL AVIATION ELEC- 
TRONICS TECHNICUNS AT TWO JOB LEVELS 
Arthur I. Siegel and Douglas G. Schultz. Mar 63, 63p 
refs 
Contract Nonr- 2279(00) 

DESCRIPTORS: *Performance tests, 'Job analysis, 
♦Aviation personnel, 'Naval personnel, Psychometrics 

This study investigated the application of multidimen- 
sional scaling methods in the area of job performance. 
Supervisory personnel judged the similarity among all 
pairs of 29 tasks which had been designated as constitut- 
ing the job of the Naval aviation electronics technician 
supervisor. The resulting scaled similarity estimates 
were analyzed by multidimensional scaling techniques. 
This research supplemented an earlier study by pro- 
viding further evidence that it is feasible and fruitful to 
apply multidimensional scaling methods to Naval job 
performance. Chief petty officers and petty officers, 
first class, in the aviation electronics technician rating 
perceived their work as involving nine basic dimensions^ 
including all the dimensions underlying the job of strik- 
ers and petty officers, third class, in the rating. 
(Author) 

Y-1442 OTS $2.00 

Union Carbide Nuclear Co. , Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
A COMPARISON OF COMPLETE VERSUS SELECTIVE 
PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION IN A NONDESTRUCTIVE 
TESTING LABORATORY 
R. T. Bell. 21 Jun 63, 76p refs 
Ccmtract W7405-eng-26 



Psychology 

AD- 402 088 OTS $2.60 

Aeromedical Research Lab. (6571st), Molloman AFB. 

N, Mex. 
CHIMPANZEE PERFORMANCE ON A CONTINUOUS 
AVOIDANCE TASK DURING ACCELERATION AT 
SUSTAINED LOW LEVELS 

Donald N. Farrer, Marvin E. Grunzke, Gregg A. 
Gilbert, Gary T. Barnhart, and Paul D. Jacobs. Mar 63, 
26p refs 
ARL-TDR-63-6 



S-1 



DESCRIPTORS: ♦Performance tests, •Acceleration, 
•Primates, Heart, Respiration, Body temperature. 

Chimpanzee performance during 10, 2 and 4 was 
evaluated with a pilot study (one subject) and a cross- 
over design (four subjects). Each test lasted 90 minutes 
(30 minutes at 1 O; 30 minutes at either 2 O or 4 0; 
30 minutes at I 0). Performance, heart rate, respira- 
tion rate and body temperature were monitored. It was 
concluded that a performance decrement results during 
exposure to 4 O (chest to back, -^G^) for 30 minutes. 
The heart rate was high throughout all tests, but it in- 
creases while the subject monitors the cue lights and 
decreases during rest periods. The respiration rate 
does not consistently change as a function of either 
force or work. Body temperature consistentlydecreased 
during the tests. (Author) 



AD-403 763 OTS $1.60 

Aeromedical Research Lab. (6571st), Holloman AFB, 

N. Mex. 
A MULTIPLE AVOIDANCE SCHEDULE FOR 
MEASURING TEMPORAL PROCESSES IN THE 
CHIMPANZEE 

Herbert H. Reynolds, Victor Bogo, and Frederick H. 
Rohles. Apr 63, I3p refs 
ARL-TDR-63-8; N63- 15666 

DESCRIPTORS: *Performance tests, •Primates, Re- 
action (Psychology), Shock (Pathology) 

A three component multiple shock avoidance schedule 
for measuring different types of temporal discrimina- 
tion is described and data are presented for a chimpan- 
zee. On the first component, FR-1 (15"-30") avoid, 
shock can be avoided by delaying a single response 
until between the 15th and 30th second after the presen- 
tation of a cue light; in the second cpmponent, FR-20 
(0-20") avoid, shock can be avoided by making 20 
lever presses within 20 seconds; and in the third com- 
ponent FR-1 (0"-2") avoid, shock can be avoided by 
making one lever press within 2 seconds after the pres- 
entation of a visual cue. (Author) 



BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 



AD-295 6D4 OTS $1.60 

Aeromedical Research Lab. (6571st), Holloman AFB, 

N. Mex. 
DIURNAL TEMPERATURE CHANGES IN A CHIMPAN- 
ZEE DURING A 14-DAY RESTRAINT TEST 
Frederick H. Rohles, Jr. , Herbert H. Reynolds, and 
Carroll Brown. Jan 63, I2p refs 
ARL-TDR-63-2 

DESCRIPTORS: *Body temperature, ♦Primates. 
•Performance tests, Space flight. 

This report is a supplement to a previously published 
study entitled, "A Laboratory Model for a 14-Day 
Orbital Flight with a Chin^nzee". By more detailed 
analysis of the skin temperature data during the first 
6 days of the test, it was found in 5 of the 6 days that 
mean skin temperatures obtained between midnight and 



7:45 a. m. (Period A) were statistically different from 
those obtained between 8:00 a. m. and 3:45 p. m. 
(Period B) and between 4:00 p. m. and 11:45 p. m. 
(Period C), and that means between Periods B and C 
were also statistically different. (Author) 

PB-I63 861 OTS $8.10 

Air Force Inst, of Tech. , Wright-Patterson AFB, 

Ohio. School of Systems and Logistics. 
NATIONAL ST(X;KPILE OF BLOOD ITEMS 
Claude L. Hooker (Master's thesis). Jun 63, 99p refs 
Rept. no. SLSR-Il-63 

DESCRIPTORS: *Blood, Storage. •Logistics, Disasters, 
Civil defense systems . 

The purpose of this paper is to make a study and evalua- 
tion of seleaed blood items of the National Stockpile of 
Blood Items in order to determine the optimal way of 
acquiring and maintaining the blood items necessary for 
civil defense and disasters. 

TID- 15534 OTS $3.60 

Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
MASS CULTIVATION OF ALGAE IN PURE HEAVY 
WATER 

Homer Daboll, Henry L. Crespi, and Joseph J. Katz. 
Feb 62, 31p refs 
Contract W3l-109-eng-38 
UAC-6139 



UCRL- 10898 OTS $2.75 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , Univ. of California, 

Berkeley. 
THE ELECTRIC CHARGE AND SURFACE PROPER- 
TIES OF INTACT CELLS 
Robert M. Glaeser. 30 Jul 63, l65p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 

UCRL- 10951 OTS $2.75 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , Univ. of California, 
Berkeley. 

SOME NEW MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF CHLORO- 

PHYLL-A 

Alexander Farquhar Hill Anderson. Aug 63, 152p refs 

Contract W7405-eng-48 

LF-10 OTS $0.50 

Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and 

Research, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CONTINUOUS CELL 
LINE FROM NORMAL DOG LIVER AND ITS SUS- 
CEPTIBILITY TO VIRUSES. Technical progress rept. 
Frank F. Pindak and William E. Clapper. Aug 63, 24p 
refs 
Contract AT(29-2)1013 



S-2 



M63-20754 OTS $2. 25 



BNL-766(T-287) OTS $0.75 



Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and 

Research, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
SELECTION OF SPACE CABIN ATMOSPHERES. 
PART I: OXYGEN TOXICITY 
Emmanuel M. Roth. Aug 63, 94p refs 
Contract NASr-115 
Technical note D-2008 



Biochemistry 

UCRL- 10934 OTS $2.50 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , Univ. of California, 

Berkeley. 
BIO-C»GANIC CHEMISTRY. Quarterly rept. 
Mar-May 63. 
29 Jul 63, 146p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 



LA-2964 OTS $1.00 



Los Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
THE APPLICATION OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTA- 
TIONAL TECHNIQUES TO THE ANALYSIS OF 
ULTRACENTRIFUGAL SEDIMENTATION- VELOCITY 
MOLECULAR WEIGHT DATA FOR DEOXYRIBO- 
NUCLEIC ACID 

G. R. Shepherd, P. N. Dean, and B. J. Noland. Jun 63, 
37p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-36 



Y-KB-l OTS $1.60 



Union Carbide Nuclear Co. . Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
EXCRETION OF URANIUM FROM MIXED EX- 
POSURES UNDER INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS 
L. M. Scott. 22 May 62, 16p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-26 



Racliobiology 



BNL-5953 OTS $8.10 



Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, N. Y. 
DISPOSITION OF RADIATION PRODUCTS AND 
ENERGY TRANSFER IN RADIOBIOLOGICAL 
PROCESSES 

L. G. Augenstine. 28 Mar 62, 84 p refs 
Ccitract AT(30-2)GEN-16 



BNL-5976 OTS $4.60 



Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, N. Y. 
RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES: METABOLIC, DIAGNOSTIC 
AND THERAPEUTIC USES 

Lee E. Farr and O. D. Easterday. 23 Apr 62, 49p 
refs 
Contract AT(30-2)GEN-l6 



Brookhaven National Lab. , Upton, N. Y. 
THE R(XE OF. THE CELL NUCLEUS IN DETER- 
MINING RADIOSENSmVlTY. Brookhaven Lecture 
series no. 17. 

Arnold H, Sparrow. 16 May 62, 31p refs 
Contract AT(30-2)GEN-16 
T-287 



HW-SA-2606 OTS $1.60 

Hanford Atomic Products Oparation, Richland, Wash. 
CELL CYCLE POPULATIONS AND MITOTIC INHIBI- 
TION FOLLOWING X-RADIATION 
J. Van't Hof. 11 Jun 62, Up refs 
Contract AT(45- 1)1350 



HASL-120 OTS $4.60 

Health and Safety Lab. , Atomic Energy Commission, 

New York. 
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF URINE URANIUM EX- 
CRETION DATA 

M. Lippmann, L. D. Y. Ong, and W. B. Harris. 
15 Jun 62, 46p refs 



UCRL- 1922 OTS $8.10 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , Univ. of California, 

Berkeley. 
MEDICAL AND HEALTH PHYSICS. Quarterly rept. 
Apr -Jun 52. 
21 Aug 52, 86p refs 
Qmtract W7405-eng-48 



UR-610 OTS $4.50 

Rochester Univ. School of Medicine and Dentistry, 

N. Y. 
THE ENDOCRINE RESPONSE TO IONIZING RADIA- 
TION. A selective bibliography. 
Frank M. Ganis, Thomas D. Brown, Carl L. Hansen, 
Jr. , and Joe W. Howland, comp. 10 Oct 63, 366p refs 
Contract W7401-eng-49 



CHEMISTRY 



TID- 15773 OTS $2.60 

Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
COMPARATIVE EXTRACTION OF U(VI) BY NEUTRAL 
AND MONO-ACIDIC PHOSPHATES AND PHOS- 
PHONATES 

D. F. Peppard, G. W. Mason, I. Hucher, and 
F. A. J. A. Brandao. Feb 62, 21p refs 
Contract W3l-109-eng-38 
UAC-6191 



S-3 



TID- 15856 OTS $1.10 



UCRL- 10848 OTS $3.00 



Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE OF HYDRAZYL-TYPE 
RADICALS IN VISCOUS MEDIA 
K. V. Sane and J. A. Weil. Mar 62, lOp refs 
Contraa W31-109-eng-38 
UAC-6301 



Lawrence Radiation Lab. , Univ. of California, 

Berkeley. 
CHEMICAL REACTIONS IN CROSSED MOLECULAR 
BEAMS 

James Arnold Norris. 27 Jun 63, 90p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 



NAA-SR-8879 OTS $0.50 
t 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, Calif. 
CALCULATION OF HEATS OF VAPORIZATION AND 
FUSION OF NONIONIC LIQUIDS FROM THE RIGID 
SPHERE EQUATION OF STATE 
S. J. Yosim and B. B, Owens. 31 Oct 63, 13p refs 
Ccmtract AT(ll-l)GEN-8 



NAA-SR-8833 OTS $0.50 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, Calif. 
ELECTRODE LESS DETERMINATION OF ELEC- 
TRICAL coNDucnvrriES of melts at ele- 
vated TEMPERATURES 

S. J. Yosim, L. F. Grantham, E. B. Luchsinger, and 
R. Wike. 31 Oct 62f, Up refs 
Contraa AT(ll-l)GEN-8 



NAA-SR-5200 OTS $0.50 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, Calif. 
THERMOPHYSiCAL PROPERTIES OF IRRADIATED 
POLYPHENYL COOLANTS. PART II. ENTHALPY AND 
SPECIFIC HEAT 

G. Asanovich, R. H. J. Gercke, and R. S. Moore. 
30 Sep 63, 28p refs 
Contract AT(ll-l)GEN-8 



GAT-T-971 OTS $1.10 

Goodyear Atomic Corp. , Portsmouth, Ohio. 
HEXAFLUORIDES OF MOLYBDENUM, TUNGSTEN 
AND URANIUM. HI. REACTIONS WITH NITROGEN 
DIOXIDE AND NITROGEN OXYHALIDES 
J. R. Geichman, L. R. Swaney, and P. R. Ogle. 
20 Feb 62, 9p refs 
Contract AT(33-2)1 



UCRL- 10063 OTS $3.60 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , Univ. of California, 

Berkeley. 
THE EXTRACTION OF ACIDS BY BASIC ORGANIC 
SOLVENTS. I. TRIBUTYL PHOSPHATE -HCIO4 AND 
TRIBUTYL PHOSPHATE -HRe04 
David C. Whitney and Richard M. Diamond. Apr 62, 
33p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 

UCRL -10886 OTS $2. 00 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , Univ. of California, 

Berkeley. 
VAPOR -LIQUID EQUILIBRL\ FOR AQUEOUS SUL- 
FURIC ACID 

John Irving Gnitro and Theodore Vermeulen. 24 Jun 63, 
85p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 



TID- 15934 OTS $1.60 

Pittsburgh Univ. , Pa. 
THE MAGNETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF GADOLIN- 
IUM. TERBIUM AND YTTERBIUM HYDRIDES IN 
RELATION TO THE ELECTRONIC NATURE OF THE 
LANTHANIDE HYDRIDES 

W. E. Wallace, Y. Kubota, andR. L. Zanowick. 
12 Jan 62, 18p refs 
Co.itraaAT( 30- 1)647 

DP- 840 OTS $0.50 

Savannah River Lab. , Aiken, S. C. 
AUTOMATIC COLORIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF 
URANIUM AND NEPTUNIUM 
Robert D. Britt, Jr. Jul 63, 1 2p refs 
Contract AT(07-^1 



UCRL- 10189 OTS $2.60 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , Univ. of California, 

Berkeley. 
CALCULATION OF INTEGRAL AND PARTIAL 
THERMODYNAMIC FUNCTIONS FOR SOLIDS FROM 
DISSOCIATION PRESSURE DATA 
David J. Meschi and Alan W. Searcy. 23 Apr 62, 23p 
refs 
Contraa W7405-eng-48 



N63-21050 OTS $12.50 

Southern Research Insr , , Birmingham, Ala. 
A STUDY OF POLYMERS CONTAINING SILICON- 
NITROGEN BONDS. Annual summary rept. , 4 Feb 52- 
3 Apr 63 

Robert E. Burks, Jr. and Thomas W. Ray. 29 Apr 63 
172p refs 
Contract NAS8-1510 
Report no. 5871-1259-XXVI; NASA CR- 5095 4 



S-4 



Organic Chemistry 



lS-481 OTS $1.60 



AD- 290 433 OTS $1,10 



Northwestern Univ. [Evanston, III.]. 
THE FORMATION, STRUCTURE, AND REACTIONS 
OF SULTONES. Final technical rept. , Jun 59-Jun 62 
F. G. Bordwell, J. R. Schaeffeff, J. Biranowski, 
W. T. Brannen, Jr., andE. G. Nash. [1962] 3p 
Grant DA-ARO(D)-3l-124-G19|| 
A ROD no. 2267:2 || 

DESCRIPTORS: •Sultones, Synthesis (Chemistry), 
Molecular structure, Chemical reaaions, Alkoxides, 
Iodides, Hydroxides, Phenyl radicals, Butenes, 
Nitration, 

Contents: 

Synthesis of sultones 

Structures of sultones 

Reaaions of sultones with ethoKide ion 

Reaction of sultones with iodide ion 

Nitration of £ia and tran8 -2-phenvl-2-butenes with 

acetyl nitrate 
Reaction of a-halosulfones with hydroxide ion 



AD-290 421 OTS $1.10 



Vanderbllt Univ., Nashville, Tenn. 
INVESTIGATION OF DISULFIDES, SULFONES AND 
OTHER ORGANIC SULFUR OCMPOUNDS. Status rept. 
no. 15 (Final technical rept.). 16 Sep 61-15 Jun 62 
Lamar Field. [1962] 8p refs 
Contract DA33-008-ORD-1637 
ARODno. 2019:13 

DESCRIPTORS: ♦Sulfur compounds, Organic compounds, 
•Sulfones, 'Grignard reagents, *Sulfide8, *Thiols, 
Synthesis (Chemistry), Chemical reactions, 

Brief summaries are given of the reports issued under 
this contraa. Also, a hitherto unpublished report on 
the Grignard reagents ctf sulfoaes is given. 



Ph)<sical Chemistry 



IS-458 OTS $1.60 



Ames Lab. , Iowa State Univ. of Science and Tech. 
FORMATION CONSTANTS OF THE COMPLEX 
SPECIES FORMED BY INTERACTION OF RARE- 
EARTH NITRILOTRIACETATE COMPLEXES WITH AN 
EQUIVALENT AMOUNT OF BASE 
Asim K. Gupta and Jack E. Powell. 10 May 62, Up 
refs 
Ccuract W7405-eng-82 

IS -595 OTS $2.25 

Ames Lab., Iowa State Univ. cH Science and Tech. 
METAL NITRATE COMPLEXES WITH TRIBUTYL 
PHOSPHATE AND WITH TRIOCTYL PHOSPHINE 
OXIDE 

Eugene Warren Nadig and Morton Smutz. Feb 63, 115p 
refs 
Contract W7405-eng-82 



Ames Lab. , Iowa State Univ. of Science and Tech. 
SOLUTIONS OF GALLIUM(I) SALTS IN AQUEOUS 
BASE 

John D. Corbett. 16 Jul 62, I2p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-82 

IS-618 OTS $1.50 

Ames Lab. , Iowa State Univ. of Science and Tech. 
A STUDY OF THE NITRAtE ION DISSOCIATION IN 
FUSED NITRATES 

Roger Nayland Kust and F. R. Duke. Feb 63, 6lp refs 
Contract W7405-eng-82 



lS-443 OTS $1.60 

Ames Lab., Iowa State Univ. of Science and Tech 
TRANSFERENCE NUMBERS AND ION ASSOCIATION 
IN PURE FUSED ALKALINE EARTH CHLORIDES 
Edward D. Wolf and Frederick R. Duke. 30 Apr 62, 
12p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-82 



BNL-6174 0TS $2.60 

Brookhaven National Lab. , Upton, N. Y. 
THE SECONDARY a-DEUTERIUM ISOTOPES EFFECT 
IN THE THERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF OL-PHENYL- 
ETHYLAZO-2-PROPANEl' 2 
Stanley Seltzer. 19 Jun 62, 24p refs 
Contract AT(30-2)GEN-16 

BNL-6188 OTS $1. 10 

Brookhaven National Lab. , Upton, N. Y. 
ON THE SYNERGISTIC EFFECT IN SOLVENT 
EXTRACTION 

Leonard Newman. Jun 62, 8p refs 
Contract AT(30-2>GEN-16 



HW-SA-2621 OTS $1.60 

Hanford Atomic Produas Operation, Richland, Wash. 
THE IMMISCIBILriY GAP IN THE SYSTEM: 
LiCl-KCl-AlCl3 

R. H. Moore. 5 Jul 62, 15p refs 
Contract AT(45- 1)1350 



HW-SA-2595 OTS $1.60 

Hanford Atomic Produas Opsration, Richland, Wash. 
pH CONTROL BY ION EXCHANGE IN HIGH pH 
SYSTEMS 

Thomas F. Demmitt. 7 May 62, 14p refs 
Contract AT(45-1)1350 



LA -2686 OTS $11.50 

Los Alamos Scientific Lab. , N. Mex. 
THE KINETICS OF THE EXCHANGE OF CHLORINE 
ATOMS BETWEEN HYDROGEN CHLORIDE AND 
BENZYL CHLORIDES SOLVENT EFFECTS 
Warren Bruce. Mar 62, 157p refs 
Contraa W7405-eng-36 



S-5 



AD-400 691 OTS $2.60 



PB-163 824 OTS $9.10 



Stanford Research Inst. , Menlo Park, Calif. 
RATES OF CHARGE PRODUCTION IN THE NITROGEN 
AFTERGLOW. Rep:, on Projea Squid . 
C. R. Gatz, F. T. Smith, and H.Wise. Mar 63, 23p 
refs 

Contraa Nonr-3623(00) 
Technical rept. SRI-16-P; N63-14565 

DESCRIPTORS: •Nitrogen, ♦Gas ionization, Nitrogen 
compounds, Oxides, Reaction Idnetics, *Ionic currents, 

Charge-produaion rates in the nitrogen afterglow were 
obtained from saturation- current measurements. The 
results for various values of total pressure, initial 
nitrogen atom concentration, and rate of addition erf NO 
show that the ionization may be the result of one or 
more of .the following reactions: 

N2*+ N ♦ O -» N2 ♦ NO* ♦€ 

N2*-^ NO* -> N2*N0"*' + e 

N *-N *tiO* -♦N2 •»-NO* + e 

where N2 is a long-lived and NO* a ahort-Iived 
metastable state. (Author) 



Institute of Polar Studies, Ohio State U. Research 

Foundation, Columbus. 
SOUra POLE MICROMETEOROLOGY PROGRAM. 
PART II: DATA ANALYSIS. Rept. for 1957-1958 
Paul C. Dalrymple, Heinz H. Lettau, and Sarah H. 
Wollaston. Jun 63, 108p refs 
Grant NSF-G19603 
Rept. no. 20; QREC Technical r^t. ES-7 

DESCRIPTORS: *Micrometeorology, •Antarctic 
regions. Meteorology, Atmospheric motion, Atmospheric 
tenyjerature. Surface temperature. Temperature 
inversion, L^se rate, •Meteorological data. Analysis, 
Glaciers, Energy, 

At the South Pole, in 1958, observations were recorded 
of wind and temperature profiles in the lowest 8 m of 
tlie atmosphere and temperature profiles in the upper 
8 m of the snow. Hourly means of these observations 
for several thousand hours have jeen published in 
Part I of this program, 'Data Presentation. " The 
current volume deals with the analysis of the data and 
is directed toward determining the energy excliaiijes 
at the snow- air interface. 



EARTH SCIENCES 

AD- 297 261 OTS $15.50 

[Naval Oceanographic] Office, Washington, D. C. 
OPERATION DEEP FREEZE 61, 1960-1961. MARINE 
GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATIONS 
Jun 62, 234p refs 
Technical rept. TR - 105 

DESCRIPTORS: • Antarctic regions, •Marine geophysics 
Marine geology, •Oceanology, Data, Temperature, 
Salinity, Bathythermographs, Tables, Measurement, 
Instrumentation, Ice, Terrestrial magnetism. 

Contains results of the Marine Geophysical Investiga- 
tions in the Antarctic and adjacent waters. Data on the 
thermal structure, salinity, density, dissolved oxygen, 
field analysis of bottom sediment, ice distribution, 
bathymetry across the South Sandwich Trench, and geo- 
magnetic measurements are presented. A discussion 
of the Antarctic Convergence is also included. Appendix 
A contains a tabulation of oceanographic data for 94 
stations and Appendix B, the field analysis of 71 bottom 
sediment samples. (Author) 



PB-163 823 OTS $8.10 

Lowell Technological Inst. Research Foundation, 

Mass. 
IONOSPHERIC RESEARCH USING ARTIFICIAL EARITI 
SATELLITES. Final rept. 

Gary S. Sales and Carlisle L. Dieter. Mar 61, 85p refs 
Contract AF19(604)4156 
AFCRL-TR-61-894 

DESCRIPTORS: •Atmospheric sounding, •Ionosphere, 
•Scientific satellites, •Satellites (Artificial), Doppler 
effect. Magneto-optic effect, Telemeter systems. 
Electronic equipment, •Data processing systems. 
Design. 

A complete receiving and data handling system was 
designed for using the radio signals from artificial 
earth satellites. An experimental program is outlined 
for the study of the regular and irregular properties 
of the ionosphere: i. e. , using the Doppler shift effects 
and Faraday Rotation effects of the ionosphere on 
radio signals from satellites to determine electron 
content below the satellite. A spaced antenna experi- 
ment has been developed for studying the properties of 
the irregvilarities in the ionosphere. (Author) 



Climatolog)^ and Meteorology 



N63-21272 OTS $0. 50 

Georgia Inst, of Tech. , Atlanta. 
IONOSPHERIC WINDS: MOTIONS INTO NIGHT AND 
SPORADIC E CORRELATIC^JS 

N. W. Rosenberg, H. D. Edwards, and J. W. Wright. 
Sep 63, 19p refs 
Grant NsG- 304-63 
Technical note D-2114 

Presented at the COSPAR Meeting, Warsaw, Jun 63. 



AD- 402 705 OTS $2.60 

Washington Univ. Seattle. 
OROGRAPHIC DEFORMATION OF WIND FLOW. 
Quarterly progress rept. no. 2, 15 Oct 62-15 Jan 63 
K. J, K. Buettner, J. Zimmerman, and G. Maykut. 
[1963] 23p refs 
Contract DA36-039-sc-89ll8 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Wind, •Mountains, Radioactive fallout. 
Meteorology, Radiosondes, Diffusion, Computers, 
Programming (Computers), Analysis, Terrain, 



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A combined microscopic and scintillation analysis is at 
the present time being made of the data taken during the 
summer months. During the winter, emphasis is being 
placed first upon the derivation of a generalized flow 
pattern over the Cascade Mountains in Washington and 
secondly a numerical program to approximate fallout 



on a somewhat smaller scale. 



Author) 



ENGINEERING 



PB 181 570 OTS $0. 50 



Bureau of Ships, Washington, D. C. 
BUREAU OF SHIPS SHOP PRACTICE SUGGESTIONS 
[NO. 8] Nov 63, I9p 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Ships, Maintenance, *Machine shop 
practice. Sonar equipment. Welding, Valves, Guided 
missiles, Boilers, Thermal ineulation. Hose fittings. 
Wire, Anchors (Marine), Turbine parts, Hoists, Ship 
auxiliary equipment. Reciprocating pumps. Cables 
(Mechanical), Arresting gear. Electric cables. Peri- 
scopes, Film readers, Monitors, Batteries and compo- 
nents. Fuel tanks. Searchlights 

Contents: sonar polar recorder; adjustable pipe welding 
jig; electrcHTiagnetic log sea valve; aluminum ladders; 
gas adapter for aluminum stud welding; access plates 
in cold storage space insulation; air hose fitting and 
clamp; automatic wire tinning attachment; anchor chain 
guide; Datarite chemical dispenser gage; steam turbine 
nozzle plate; lifting gear shackle pins; elimination of 
the speed converter; reciprocating pump liners; jacking 
jig for deck grids; cable stuffing tube packing disks; 
door switch; reeving arresting gear engines through 
deck; temporary waterway strips; testing main con- 
denser sea valves; yellow electrical cables; keeping 
periscopes clean; microfilm enlarger; joint covers; 
test adapter for plug-in cables; installing the bridge 
monitor; battery well service flats; preventing fuel tank 
contamination; microfilm viewer; turbine alining bar; 
automatic drain traps; temporary cable hook; periscope 
hoisting I'ods; preventive searchlight maintenance. 
(See also PB 181 500) 

GAT-T-927 OTS $1.10 

Goodyear Atomic Corp. , Portsmouth, Ohio. 
GRANULAR MATERIAL SAMPLER 
C. L. Truman. C. C. Bolt, and W. R. Green. 
25 Sep 61, 5p 
Contract AT(33-2)1 



N63-22S97 OTS $0.50 



Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Langley Station, Va. 
AN ANALYTICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGA- 
TION OF THE NATURAL FREQUENCIES OF 
UNIFORM RECTANGULAR-CROSS-SECTION FREE- 
FREE SANDWICH BEAMS 

Robert R. Clary and Sumner A. Leadbetter. Oct 63, 
20p refs 
Technical note D-1967 



UCRL- 10953 OTS $0.50 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , Univ. of California, 

Berkeley. 
DRY SCRUBBER UNIT FOR LOW-LEAK VENTILA- 
TION SYSTEMS 

Jensen Young, Wayne T. Peai:ce, and Thomas C. 
Parsons. 7 Aug 63, 14p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-48 



N63-21912 OTS $1.50 

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 

Washington, D. C. 
RELIABILITY PROGRAM EVALUATION PROCEDURES. 
Sep 63, 5^ 
NASA SP-6002 



SCDR-221-63 OTS $0.50 

Sandia Corp., Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
EVALUATION OF A CURTXJNED LAMINAR DOWN- 
FLOW CLEAN ROOM (U) 

W. J. Whitfield, W. E. Neitzel, J. C. Mashburn, and 
R. C. March. Aug 63, 15p 
Contract AT( 29 -1)789 

SCR-99B( Rev. 2) OTS $0. 50 

Sandia Corp. , Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
SANTXA CORPORATION PAPERS ON RELIABILITY 
AND RELATED TOHCS BY RELL\BILITY DEPART- 
MENT. Bibliography. 
Jun 59, rev. Sep 63. 12p refs 
Contract AT(29-1)789 



Aeronauticol Engineering 



N63-20890 OTS $0.75 

Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Langley Station, Va. 
A SIMULATOR STUDY OF AIRSPACE REQUIRE- 
MENTS FOR THE SUPERSanC TRANSPORT 
Richard H. Sawryer. Sep 63, 2^ 
Technical note D-1964 



N63-22168 OTS $1.10 

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 

Washington, D. C. 
THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME 
Albert J. Evans. [1962] 9p 
Repon no. X -50302 

Presented at the International Air Transport Associa- 
tion's Public Relations Conference, Washineton. 
13 Nov 62. 



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chemical Engineering 

TID- 15792 OTS $4.60 

Argonne National Lab. , 111. 
COUNTERCURRENT MUTUAL SEPARATION OF Y^l 
AND Pml47 gy SOLVENT EXTRACTION USING 
PULSE COLUMN 

M A. Mandil, G- W. Mason, ani D. F. Pappard. 
Feb 62, 47p refs 
Cotitraci W3l-109-eng-38 
UAC-6155 



NAA-SR-8388 OTS $0.75 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, Calif. 
REPROCESSING OF URANIUM CARBIDE BY A 
NITRIDE: CARBIDE CYCLE. I. KINETICS OF 
NITRIDE FORMATION 
LA. Hanson. 31 Oct 63, 37p refs 
Contract AT(ll-lXJEN-8 



Electrical and Electronic Engineering 

N63- 22861 OTS $1.25 

Ames Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Mcrffeit Field, Calif. 
A METHOD FOR ANALYZING NONLINEAR CLOSED- 
LOOP CONTROL SYSTEMS WITH STATIONARY 
STOCHASTIC INPUTS 
Wilfred J, Minkus. Oct 63, 48p refs 
Technical note D-2061 

lS-665 OTS $0.50 

Ames Lab., Iowa State Univ. of Science and Tech. 
STUDY OF A GRAPHITE -OXYGEN HIGH -TEMPERA- 
TURE FUEL CELL 

Frederick R. Duke and James L. Copeland. Aug 63, 
Up 
Contraa W7405-eng-82 



N63-13028 OTS $4.60 

General Electric Co. , Philadelphia, Pa. 
DEVELOPMENT OF LOW TEMPERATURE DIELEC- 
TRIC COATINGS FOR ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS. 
C^rterlyjypt. no. 4 
K. N. Mathes. 16 July 62, 44p refs 
■Contract NAS8-2442 



AD-401 907 OTS $1.60 

Lincoln.Lab. , Mass. Inst, erf Tech., Lexington. 
MILLSTONE HILL ZENITH-POINTING PARABOLOID 
Mark E. Devane. 7 Jan 63, 20p refs 
Contract AF 19(628)500 
Rept. no. 315G-4 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Parabolic antennas, 'Antenna radiation 
patterns, Models (Simulation), Antenna lobes. Gain, 
Ultrahigh frequency. Transmitter -receivers. Antenna 
feeds, Radio astronomy. Measurements, 

S 



A scale model of the Millsto.ie Hill Zenith Dish was 
constructed and radiation patterns and gain measured. 
The measured performance is in close agreement with 
the predicted. The efficiency of the full-scale antenna 
was measured using Cygnus A as a source and found to 
be the same as that of the model 47%. (Author) 



AD-401 752 OTS $1.60 

Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 
AN OPTIMUM DEMODULATOR FOR POISSON 
PROCESSES: PHOTON SOURCE DETECTORS 
B. Relffen and H. Sherman. 20 Feb 63, 18p refs 
Co.itract NAS9-105 
Rept. no. 25G-I6; AP-25 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Photons, 'Detectors, Statistical 
processes, 'Radar signals. Radar pulses. Sources, 
Signal-to-noise ratio. Lasers, Optical filters, Back- 
ground, Correlation techniques. Data processing 
systems , 

The optimum demodulator for time-varying Poisson 
processes is derived from consideration of the likeli- 
hood ratio. In the case of high background level radia- 
tion, it has been found that the optimum signal process- 
ing is cross-correlation. Under an average energy 

constraint and conditions of high background radiation, 
an optimum binary signaling method is "on-off ' 
modulation. For both binary signaling and radar 
purposes, the "on" waveform should be a narrow pjlse 
in order to maximize the 'signal-to-noise" ratio. 
(Author) 



N63-22894 OTS $5.60 

Marquardt Corp. , Van Nuys, Calif. 
BIOCHEMICAL FUEL CELLS. Quarterly progress rept. 
na 1, 22 Mar- 31 Jul 63 

George E. Ellis and Edward E. Sweeney. 10 Au« 63. 
59p refs 

Contract NASw-654 
Report no. 25093; NASA CR- 51 565 

AD-281 556 OTS $1.60 

Merck Sharp and Dohme Research Labs. , Rahway, 

N. J. 
STRUCTURAL INVESTIGATIONS IN THERMOELEC- 
TRIC MATERIALS. Progress rept. no. 5, I Feb- 
31 Mar 61 

P. I. Pollak, J. B. Conn, R. C. Taylor, E. J. Sheehan, 
and J. J. Kirby. [1961] 19p 
Contract NObs-78503 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Thermoslectricity, Materials, 
Metalloid alloys, 'Bismuth alloys, 'Antimony alloys, 
♦Selenium alloys, •Tellurium alloys, 'Arsenic alloys. 
Mercury alloys. Cadmium alloys, Chalcogenides, 
'Indium alloys. Impurities, Thermal conductivity, 
Electrical properties. 

This report describes a reexamination of the system 
(BiSbTeSe), discusses some attempt/9-tp dope AsBiTe3, 
and describes the investigation of alloys d the 
chalcogenides of bismuth or antim6ny with mercury or 
cadmium chalcogenides. In addition, the attempted 
synthesis of In4ShTe3 is also described. (See also 
AD- 294 668) 
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AD-281 555 OTS $1.60 

Merck Sharp and Dohme Research Labs. . Rahwav 
N. J. ' 

STRUCTURAL INVESTIGATIONS IN THERMOELEC- 
TRIC MATERIALS. Summary rept , , 1 Jun 60- 
31 May 6l ^ 

P. I., Pollak. J. B. Conn, R. C. Taylor. E. J. Sheehan, 
and J. J. Kirby. [19611 13p reTe 
Contract NObs -78503 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Thermoelectricity, Materials, Metal- 
loid alloys, 'Bismuth alloys, 'Antimony alloys, 'Sele- 
nium alloys, 'Tellurium alloys. Arsenic alloys, 
Cadmium alloys. Mercury alloys, Chalcogenides, 
Electrical properties. 

The principal research effort has been devoted to an 
intensive study of the aUoy system bismuth -antimony- 
selenium-tellurium, in order to identify the compositiai 
having most useful thermoelectric properties. The 
majority of time was given to systems based on 
Bi2Te3- 3Sb2Te3, with brief surveys of the less 
interesting Bi2Te3- 2Sb2Te3 and Bi2Te3-7Sb2Te3. 
Surveys have also been made on the n-type alloys 
Bi2Se2Te3.x and AsBiTe3, and upon cadmium and 
mercury chalcogenide alloys with those of arsenic, 
antimony, and bismuth. Techniques have also been 
worked out for the evaluation of thermoelearic parame- 
ters. Within the period, over 350 ingas have been 
processed through the evaluation stage. (Author) 



AD- 280 653 OTS $1.60 



Titanium Alloy Mfg. Div. , National Lead Co. , 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
THERMOELECTRIC MATERIALS. Bimonthly progress 
rept. no 9, I May-30 Jun 61 
Merton H. Brooks. 15 Jul 61, 12p 
Contract NOb8-78326 

DESCRIfTC»S: ♦Thermoeleccricity, 'Ceramic mate- 
rials. Oxides, Lithium compounds. Titanium com- 
pounds. Preparation, Material forming, Electrical 
properties. Test methods, 

This report covers syntheses and pirocessing of certain 
ceramic materials; calculation at formulations erf many 
additional compositions have also been made. Ap- 
proximately 50 compositions have been screened by 
electrical tests. (Author) (See alsoPB-160 851) 



Ordnance, Missiles, and Satellite Vehicles 



N63- 20962 OTS $16.00 



Aeronutronic, Newport Beach, Calif. 
LUNAR ROUGH LANDING CAPSULE DEVELOPMENT 
PROGRAM. Final technical rept. 
20 Feb 63, 249p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
Publication no. U-2007; NASA-CR-51022 



N63-22711 OTS $0.75 

Goddard Space Flight Center, NatiOTal Aercxiautics 
and Space Administration, Greenbelt, Md. 

FLIGHT SHOCK. AND VIBRATION DATA OF THE 

ECHO A- 12 APPLICATION VERTICAL TESTS (AVT-1 

AND AVT-2) 

W. B. Tereniak and S. A. Clevenson. Oct 63, 26p refs 

Technical note D-1908 



N63-21337 OTS $31.00 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech Pasarfc^nfl 
fjf«™-VENUS TRAJECTORIES, l%7TvoJ^%T' 

V. C Clarke, Jr., R. Y. Roth, W. E. Bollman. T W 
Hamilton, and C. G. Pfeiffer. 15 June 63, 7^ reU 
Contract NAS7- 100 '^wyivia 

Technical memo no. 33-99. v. 3 ut A- 
NASA CR -50991 ^' ' 



N63-21338 OTS $31.00 

J^j:,^oP^^sion L&b. . Calif. Inst, of Tech., Pasadena. 
EARTH- VENUS TRAJECTORIES. 1967, VOLUME 3, 
PART B * 

V. C Clarke, Jr., R. Y. Roth, W. E. Bollman. T. W. 

Hamilton, and C. G. Pfeiffer. 1 Jul 63, 789p refs 

Contract NAS7-100 

Technical memo no. 33-99, v. 3. ut. B- 

NASA CR -51010 ' 



N63-21339 OTS $31.00 

J^}^lj°P^^s^on Lab. . Calif. Inst, of Tech., Pasadena 
EARTH- VENUS TRAJECTORIES. 1967, VOlSS T* 

T w S^^'n-' ^'■•' ^' ^- ^"^^^ W- E. Bollman. 
T. W. Hamilton, and C. G. Pfeiffer. 15 Jul 63, 792p 

Contract NAS7-100 

Technical memo no. 33-99. v. 3. nt C- 

NASA CR -51 329 ^ P^- ^. 



N63-21348 OTS $2.60 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena 
THE ELECTRIC SPACE CRUISER FOR HIGH- 
ENERGY MISSIONS 

Robert J. Beale, Evelyn W. Speiser, and James R. 
Womack. 8 Jun 63, 21 p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
Technical rept. no. 32-404; NASA CR -51015 

N63-21328 OTS $5.60 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. . 
Pasadena. 

MOON-TO-EARTH TRAJECTORIES 

S. S. Dallas. 1 Jitt 63, 52f> refs 

CcMitract NAS7-100 

Technical rept. no. 32-412; NASA CR-50957 



S-9 



N63-22581 OTS$17.00 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
SPACE PROGRAMS SUMMARY NO. 37-22, VOLUME 
IV, FOR THE PERIOD JUNE 1, 1963 TO JULY 31. 
1963. SUPPORTING RESEARCH AND ADVANCED DE- 
VELOPMENT 
31 Aug 63, 270p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
NASA-CR-51783 



N63-21892 OTS $3.00 

Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Langley Station, Va. 
SURFACE PRESSURE DISTRIBUTIONS ON 
0.0628-SCALE MODELS OF PROPOSED PRqECT 
FIRE SPACE VEHICLES AT MACH NUMBERS FROM 
0. 25 TO 4. 63 

Albin a Pearson. Sep 63, I66p 
Technical note D-1961 



AD-401 488 OTS $1.60 
Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 

determ:nation of weight-to-drag ratio 

FROM radar measurements 

S. F. Catalan© and H. Schneider. 8 Mar 63, 19p refs 

Contraa AF19(628)500; ARPA Order 56 

Rept. no. 47G-6 

DESCRIPTC81S: *Re-entry vehicles, •Atmosphere 
entry, Drag, Weight, ♦Radar tracking, Gravity, Earth, 
Roration, Equations, Mathematical analysis. 
Measurement. 

This paper includes two methods for the determination 
of weight-to-drag ratio, p, from radar measurements. 
Both methods include the effeas of gravity and the 
rotation of the earth and its atmosphere. 

AD-402 841 OTS $2.60 

Lincoln Lab., Mass. Inst, of Tech., Lexington. 
A DISCUSSION OF THE USE OF A SYSTEM OF 
PASSIVE SATELLITES IN STATIC»JARY ORBITS FC» 
RADIO CCWvIMUNICATION 
Robert N. Assaly. 28 Feb 63, 3(^ 
Contraa A F 19(628)500 
Rept. no. 315G-5 

DESCRIFTORS: ♦Co.TTmunlcation satellites (Passive), 
•Satellites (Artificial), Refleaors, Balloons, Radar 
echo areas. Radio signals, Electromagnetic wave 
reflections, Synchronous satellites. Mathematical 
analysis, Operation, Design. 

The general aspects of a satellite communication sys- 
tem, where the satellites are passive reflectors 
located in stationary orbit, are discussed. Several re- 
flector shapes are considered where each reflector is 
a thin-walled, metal-coated balloon. Their weights 
are compared for the same radar cross section. In 
addition, the coverage of the satellite system is 
determined where each satellite is designed so that it 
scatters the energy within a limited angular range. 
(Author) 



AD-283 416 OTS $4. 60 

Lincohi Lab. , Mass. Inst, of Tech. , Lexington. 
OPTICAL OBSERVATIONS OF LINCOLN LABORATORY 
HYPERSONIC RE-ENTRY VEHICLES TRAILBLAZER 
Ic AND Id 

FlorenceA. Wilson and John R. Bauer. 16May62, 45prefs 
Contract AF 19(604)7 400; ARPA Order 13 
Rept. no. 312G-7; AFESD-TDR-62-117; N63- 15074 

DESCRIPTORS: *Re- entry vehicles, •Hypersonic test 
vehicles, Optical tracking, Atmosphere entry, Photo- 
graphic analysis, Booster rockets. Mathematical 
analysis. Thermal radiation. Photography. 

Two Trailblazer I vehicles were fired from Wallops 
Island, Virginia, within approximately a three hour 
period during the night of 28-29 August 1960. The 
first vehicle, Trailblazer Ic, was photographed from 
Arbuckle Neck, Virginia and from Coquina Beach, 
North Carolina between the heights of 152 kft (10^ feet) 
and 119 kft. The re-entry velocity, computed from a 
Siq>er- Schmidt photograph taken at Arbuckle Neck, was 
about 19 kft/ sec. The other vehicle, Trailblazer Id, 
was photographed at Wallops Island and Arbuckle Neck; 
due to a very shon baseline between the latter two 
stations, the trajectory information obtained is not too 
reliable. The Id photographs show two trails, probably 
due to separation of the ablating coating from the 
sphere. 



AD-296 540 OTS $3. 60 

Lincoln Lab. , Mass. Inst, of Tech. , Lexington. 
PROGRAMS FOR CALCULATING A PREDICTED 
RADAR TRAJECTORY 

K. Kresa and M. Tausner. 8 Aug 62, 40p refs 
Contract AF 19(604)7400; ARPA Order 13 
Rept. no. 312G-13 

DESCRIFTORS: •Guided missile trajectories, 
•Equations of motion, *Programming (Computers), 
Digital computers. Radar tracking, Guided missile 
tracking systems. Data processing systems. Azimuth, 
Ranges (I>[stance), Mathematical analysis. Guided 
missiles. 

This report describes a pair of programs which has 
been written for the JStA 7090 high speed digital com- 
puter to provide trajectory parameters of a multi- 
stage missile in terms of sensor coordinates. These 

complement a program entitled "Three-degrees-of- 
freedom Trajectory Analysis Program". The programs 
described herein process the data provided by the 
above to transform the trajectory to sensor coordinate 
systems for any number of sensors, each of which may 
be located at any Imgitxide and latitude and at any 
height above the surface of a non- rotating earth. 
Included in the output of these programs are the range, 
azimuth, and elevation plus their first and second 
derivatives and the aspect angle for the primary mis- 
sile. In addition these programs provide the range 
rate for each burned out stage and the incremental 
range, azimuth, and elevation between the primary 
missile and each burned out stage. 



S-10 



N63-21101 OTS $5.00 



Martin Co. , Baltimore, Md. 
SPACE FLIGHT HANDBOOKS. VOLUME I: ORBITAL 
FLIGHT HANDBOOK: PART I *• BASIC TECHNIQUES 
AND DATA 

George Townsend and Donald Kraft. 1963, 323p. refs 
Contract NAS8-5031 
Report no. SP-33, pt. 1 

AD- 273 782 OTS $4.60 

Naval Weapons Lab. , Dahlgren, Va. 
FIELD EVALUATION OF THE ROCKET BASE FUZE 
MK 191 MOD 1. Final rept. 
D. M. Potter. 20 Mar 62, 42p refs 
NWL rept. no. 1797 



DESCRIPTORS: •Rocket fuzes, 
Safety, Operation, Tests 



•Electric fuzes. 



Safety and operability of the Rocket Base Fuze Mk 191 
Mod 1 were investigated in a field evaluation program. 
Fuze functioning did not occur in impact safety tests. 
In the operability tests a 100% fuze functioning per- 
formance was obtained at 1800-2000 ft/sec against a 
variety of targets at obliquities of 0° to 60**. From the 
results of tests conducted, it is concluded that at a dis- 
tance of 400 feet from the point of launching the Mk 191 
Mod 1 Fuze is not armed and is impact safe. It is 
further concluded that the Mk 191 Mod 1 Fuze is opera- 
ble against both light and heavy targets and functions with 
a delay after target impact. (AutlK>r) 



PB- 163 871 OTS $7.60 



Pacific Missile Range, Point iMugu, Calif. 
PMR FifiLD STUDY (NQ. 7). TARAWA ATOLL, 
CaUBERT AND ELUCE ISLANDS COLONY 
Edwin Doran, Jr. 1 Feb 60, 79p refs 
Technical memo. no. PMR-TM-59-15 

DESCRIPTORS: *Guided missile ranges, 'Site 
selection, •Pacific Islands, Geography, Military 
facilities. Test facilities, Ranges (Establishments). 



Contents: 1 1 

Physical description 1 1 

Ownership and political stability 
Peculation and cultural attitudes 
Land use and ownership 
Facilities available 
Selected bibliography 



PB-171 603- V-2 OTS $8.00 



Picatinny Arsenal, Dover, N, J. 
ENCYCLC»>ED1A OF EXPLOSIVES AND RELATED 
ITEMS. VOLUME 2: B TO CHLORIC ACID 
Basil T. Fedoroff, Oliver E. Sheffield, Earl F. Reese, 
and George D. Clift. 1962, 643p refs 
Rept. na PATR 2700, volume 2 

DESCRIPTORS: •Explosives, *Encyclopedia8. 



Contents: 

Errata in vol 1 . r^i^.f;-• otT jii.-)OluncV- 

Al^revlations, code names, and symbols 
Abbreviations for books and periodicals 
Descriptive text of encyclopedic items 
B(Expl08if> to BWC 
C(E]qjlo8ifs) to chloric acid 
(See also AD- 257 189) 



SC-4792(RR) OTS $0.50 

Sandia Corp. , Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
INVESTIGATION OF CC»VIPONENT AND PROCESS 
VARIATION FOR TUNGSTEN CCLAY COMPOSITIONS 
R. E. Mclntyre (Harry Diamond Labs.) Sep 63. lip 
refs 
Contract AT( 29- 1)789 



FOOD, HANDUNG, AND PACKAGING 
EQUIPMENT 

PB- 163 822 OTS $2.60 

Economic Research Service, Dept. of Agriculture. 

Washington, D. C. 
FREEZE -DRIED FOODS AND THE FROZEN FOOD 
INDUSTRY 
Kermit Bird. Oct 63, 25p refs 

Also obtainable free from the Division of Information, 
Office of Management Services, U.S. Department <rf 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 20025, as long as 
copies are available. 

DESCRIPTORS: •Frozen foods, •Freeze drying, 
Preservation, Taste, 

Discusses advantages, disadvantages, and major 
markets of freeze -drying, quality of freeze-dried foods, 
cost of freeze-drying, expeaed volumes, and relation 
of freeze-drying and the frozen food industry. 



MACHINERY, FABRICATION, AND 
ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT 

Engines and Propulsion S/sfems 

NAA-SR-8303 OTS $1.75 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, Calif. 
AEROSPACE SAFETY REENTRY ANALYTICAL AND 
EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM SNAP 2 AND lOA. 
Interim rept. 

R. D. Elliott. 30 Sep 63, 69p refs 
Contract AT(ll-lX3EN-8 

N63- 21043 OTS $9.10 

Marquardt Corp. , Van Nuys, Calif. 
THRUST CHAMBER COOLING TECHNIQUES FOR 
SPACECRAFT ENGINES. VOLUME I: EVALUATION 
PROCEDURE AND ANALYSIS 
D, R. Batha, M. D. Carey, J. G. Campbell, and 
C. D. Coulbert. 15 Jul 63. 102p refs 
Contract NAS7-103 
Report no. 5981, v. 1; NASA CR-50958 



S-II 



Manufacturing Equipment and Processes PB-I8I 573 OTS $3.50 



AD-416 451 OTS $5.00 

Chance Vought Corp. , Dallas, Tex. 
SHEET METAL FORMING TECHNOLOGY (HAND- 
BOOK), VOLUME II. Final rept., I Oct 61-30 Apr 63 
W. W. Wood, R. A. Ford, W. D. Oloore, and C. W. 
McHu^. Jul 63, 342p refs 
Contract AF33(657)73I4 
ASD-TDR -63-7-871 

DESCRIPTC«S: •Material forming, 'Metals, •AUoys, 
♦Sheets, Procurement, Costs, Heat treatment. 
Physical properties. Design, •Explosive forming, 
•Electrcrforming, Hot-working, Metal farming presses. 
Vibration, •Handbooks 

Volume n is presented in three major sections: Mate- 
rial Purchasing Information, Conventional Forming, and 
Advanced Methods of Forming. The first gives availar,. 
bility, costs, chemical composition, heat treatment, 
and properties for a broad range of sheet metal alloys . 
Quantitative design limits are given in the Conventional 
Forming Section. The section on Advanced Methods of 
Forming presents the fundamentals for such forming 
processes as explosive, capacitor discharge, com- 
bustible gas, high pressure rubber, and vibration. 
(Author) (See also AD-416 412) 



AD-416 412 OTS $5.00 

Chance Vought Corp. , Dallas, Tex, 
SHEET METAL FORMING TECHNOLOGY, VOLUME 
I. Final rept. , 1 Oct 61-30 Apr 63 
W. W. Wood and others. Jul 63, 375p refs 
Contract AF33(657)7314 ^ 

ASD-TDR-63-7-871 

DESCRIPTORS: •Material forming, •Metals, *Sheets, 
Test methods, Tensile properties, •Dies, •Exp'.osive 
forming, ♦Electrcrforming, Metal forming presses. 
Hot -working. 

The purpose of this p-oject is to determine the in- 
herent limitations of sheet mstal forming processes, 
to develop the knowledge to significantly advance these, 
and to recommend the manner in which this can be " 
accomplished. Volume I preseiits the experimental 
work on the program for tensile testing, free bulging 
of tubing and i:)mes, and forming of parts with dies 
using a projectile impact tensile test fixture, low ex- 
plosive - closed system, high explosive - open system, 
electrohydraulic - open system, electromagnetic sys- 
tem, and conventional presses. In addition, high pres- 
sure rubber forming was investigated utilizing both 
static and impact presses in conjunction with hsat. Rec- 
ommenditions are made on the m^^st promising sheet 
metal forming processes for the future based on mate- 
rial formability, process competitive factor, part 
shape applicability, tooling potential, and manufactur- 
ing potential. (Author) (See also AD-294 949) 



•a 



Little (Arthur D.) Inc. , Cambridge, Mass. 
PATTERNS AND PROBLEMS OF TECHNICAL 
INNOVATION EN AMERICAN INDUSTRY. Rept. to 
National Science Foundation 
Sep 63, 21 Ip 
C-65344 

DESCRIPTORS: *Industrial research, •Textile 
industry, *Machine tool industry, •Construction 
materials industry, ♦Electrical industry, •Semi- 
conductors, Industrial production. Economics, 
Industries, Inventions, 

Background information, technical innovations, patterns, 
and problems of innovation are given for the textile, 
semiconductor, machine tool, and building industries. 



PB-I81 572 OTS $1.00 

Little (Arthur D.) Inc. , Cambridge, Mass. 
PROBLEMS OF INNOVATION IN AMERICAN 
INDUSTRY. Rep:, to U. S. Dept. of Commerce 
May- 63, 39p 
C-65275 

DESCRIPTORS: •Industrial research, *Invention8, 
•Conferences, Industrial production. Economics, 
Industries, 

Independent inventors and new small firms suffer from 
lack of financial, technical, marketing, and informa- 
tional resources; large firms suffer from the need for 
new skills and new organizational models in order to use 
more effectively the very considerable resources they 
possess . A summary is given of a conference on prob- 
lems and patterns of tedinical innovation attended by 
presidents d small companies, research and develop- 
ment directors of large firms, independent inventors, 
economists, patent attorneys and others with special 
interests and experience relevant to technical 
innovation. 



MATERIALS 

N63-22713 OTS $0.75 

1 

Lewis Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Cleveland, Ohio. 
MINIMUM -OIL -FLOW REQUIREMENTS OF HIGH- 
SPEED BALL BEARINGS AT TEMPERATURES TO 
8OOOF 

Dean C. Glenn and William J. Anderson. Oct 63, 23p 
refs 
Technical note D-1994 

N63-20888 OTS $0.75 

Lewis Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Cleveland, Ohio. 
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF PARTICLE- 
SUBSTRATE BONDING OF PLASMA -SPRAYED 
MATERULS 

Salvatore J. Grisaffe and William A. Spitzig. Sep 63, 
31 p refs 

Technical note D- 1705 
12 



OTS-SB-515 $0.10 



Office of Technical Services, Dept. of Commerce, 

Washington, D. C. 
PAPER 

Jul 63, 34p refs 
OTS Selective Bibliography SB-515 

DESCRIPTORS: •Paper. Production, Physical 
properties. Test methods. Paper industry. 

Lists 558 domestic and foreign references to reports 
added to the OTS collection through July 1963, arranged 
in three groups: Paper Production , covers research on 
paper making, i.e., chemical processing, waste, re- 
covery, prevention of yellowing, rendering opaque, 
bleaching of Kraft pulp, and machinery. Paper Proper - 
ties and Tests , covers research on speciflcaticms and 
measurement of paper with respea to tensil strength, 
aging, brightness, opacity, porosity, etc. Paper 
Products , covers informatiai on many items, such as, 
filter papers, paper blanklets, paperboard honeycomb, 
sanitary and facial tissues, mapping paper, disposable 
paper clothing, insulating tape of water-proof paper, 
carbon and recording papers, etc. (Author) 



Ceramics and Refractories 



BMI-1647 GTS $0.50 



Battelle Memorial Inst. , Colunbus, Ohio. 
RESISTANCE OF CERAMIC FUEL-PARTICLE 
COATINGS TO REACTIONS WTTH OXYGEN AND 
GRAPHTTE 

William H. Pfeifer, George W. Cunningham, Donald C. 
Carmichael, and Edwin S. Hodge. 6 Sep 63, 20p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-92 



PB-163 787 OTS $4.60 



Fansteel Metallurgical Corp. [North Chicago, EQ. ] 
COATINGS ON GRAPHITE. Topical progress rept. 
Sep48-Mar50 n 

Rept. no. NEPA-1402 || 

DESCRIPTORS: •Graphite, Oxidation, ♦Coatings, 
•Refractory coatings, •Silicon, ♦Molybdenum com- 
pounds, Silicides, Vapor plating. Reactor moderators, 

The purpose of this investigation was to develop a 
coating which would prevent the oxidation of graphite 
at elevated temperature in air. Oxidation resistance 
and thickness were selected as the criteria for 
evaluating coatings in this preliminary study because 
of their importance and the ease with which they could 
be measured. 



HW-76302 OTS $2.25 



Hanford Atomic Products Operation, Richland, Wash. 
CERAMICS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 
OPERATION. Quarterly rept. Apr-Jun 63. 
4 Nov 63, lOOp refs 
Contract AT(45-1)1350 



DP-819 OTS $1.00 

Savannah River Lab. . Aiken, S. C. 
EVALUATION OF FUSED UO2 
G. RoUand Cole. Apr 63, 39p refs 
Ccmtract AT(07-2)1 



MATHEMATICS 



IS-748 OTS $0.75 

Ames Lab. , Iowa State Univ. of Science and Tech. 
METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE ALGEBRAIC 
EIGEN PROBLEM FOR THE IBM 7074 COMPUTER 
William J. Higby. Sep 63. 27p refs 
Contract W7405-eng-82 



WAPD-T-1343 OTS $1.10 

Bettis AiOTnic Power Lab. , Pittsburgh, Pa. 
AN EFFICIENT CONSTRUCTION OF ORTHONORMAL 
POLYNOMIALS 

G. L. Strobel. Apr 61, 8p refs 
Contract AT(11-1)GEN-14 



N63-21047 OTS $1.60 

Jet Propulsion Lab. , Calif. Inst, of Tech. , Pasadena. 
SEQUENTIAL ESTIMATION OF CORRELATED 
STOCHASTIC VARIABLES 
C. G. Pfeiffer. 1 Jul 63, 14p refs 
Contract NAS7-100 
Technical rept. no. 32-445; NASA CR- 50965 

N63-22708 OHTS $1.00 

Langley Research Center, National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, Langley Station, Va, 
A STUDY OF SOME TRANSmON MATRIX ASSUMP- 
TIONS IN CIRCUMLUNAR NAVIGATION THEORY 
Ruben L. Jones and Alton P. Mayo. Oct 63, 38p 
Technical note D- 1 8 1 2 



N63-20889 OTS $0.75 

Lewis Research Center, National Aeronautics and 

Space Administration, Cleveland, Ohio. 
TABLE OF 2^1 (a.b:c;z) FOR a = 0(1/2)7, b = 0(1/2)7. 
AND c = 0(1/2)5/2 WITH COMMENTS ON CLOSED 
FORMS OF 9F1 (a,b;c;z) 
K. David Stefdley. Sep 63, 28p refs 
Technical note D-1735 



AD-401774 OTS $1.60 

^i:! ™°^" ^^' ' ^^^^' ^"«^- o^ "^ech. , Lexington. 

COMPUTING GOOD COEFFICIENTS FOR A LINEAR 

EVALUATION FUNCTION 

James R. Slagle. 11 Mar 63, 17p refs 

Contract AF 19(628)500 

Rept. no. 55G-3; AFESD-TDR -63-41 



S-13 



DESCRIPTORS: •Game theory. •Operations research 
Mathematics, Computers, Programming (Computers), 



An evaluation function is a function which evaluates 
positions in game-playing or which estimates the dif- 
ficulty of subproblems or subproblem- method pairs in 
problem- solving. Six methods are presented for 
computing coefficients for a linear evaluation function. 
One of these methods is accompanied by plausibility 
arguments indicating that the method will compute good 
coefficients for the evaluation function for the checker 
machine'of Arthur Samuel. (Author) 

AD- 401 223 OTS $9.60 

Lockheed Missiles and Space Co. , Sunnyvale, Calif. 
SOME FORMULAS INVOLVING PRODUCTS OF TRIG- 
ONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS SPACED AT REGULAR IN- 
TERVALS. Technical rept. on Communications 
Martin Blumberg. Dec 62, Hip refs 
Rept. no. 6-90-62-125; N63-14629 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Trigonometry, 'Complex variables, 
Integral equations. Numerical analysis. Equations, 
•Functions, 

In the study of infinite arrays of line charges, there 
arise functions of the complex variable z = x +• jy in- 
volving products of trigonometric functions spaced at 
regular intervals. It has been found that these 
formulas can be reduced to a constant times the function 
of a multiple angle. Other formulas which may be of 
interest are derived from these. A compilation of the 
important formulas derived in the text, together with 
examples, is given in the appendix. 



PB- 163 828 GTS $11.00 

Numerical Analysis Research, U. of California, 

Los Angeles. 
APPR0XIMATIC8M THEORY 
E. W. Cheney. Aug 63, 150p refs 
(Contract Nonr-233(02)] 

DESCRIPTORS: •Numerical analysis. Theory, 

Lectures: Elementary existence and uniqueness 
theorems for best approximations in normed linear 
spaces; Weierstrass, Bernstein, and Korovkin 
theorems; The Stone -Weierstrass Theorem and its 
corollaries; Gram Theorem, Cauchy Lemma; Funda- 
mental sets, MUntz theorems; Clarkson-ErdOs 
Theorem; Convexity, Hahn-Banach Theorem, separa- 
tion theorems, Caratheodory Theorem; Theorem on 
approximating nonlinear functionals by linear function- 
als, alternation theorem; Haar Theorem, Strong 
Uniqueness TTieorem; Comparison of best approxima- 
tions on discrete sets and on continua; Characteriza- 
tion theorem for best generalized rational approxima- 
tions; The classical rational approximation theorems 
on alternation and uniqueness; Existence of best 
rational and rational trigonometric approximations; 
Approximation in L^-norm, Jackson and Markoff 
theorems; Baire Theorem j.g. , Uniform Boundedness 
Theorem, Nikolaer-Losinskii-Kharshiladze theorems; 
Approximation by interpolation; The Fej^r Theorem; 
Theorems of de la Vall^e-Poussin, Jackson, Kornelcuk 
Approximation by series of Tchebycheff polynomials; 
Bernstein's converse of the Jackson Theorem; Bernstein 
Lethargy Theorem; and Orthogonal polynomials, 
Stieltjes' Theorem. 



AD-403 431 OTS $6.60 

Microwave Research Inst. , Polytechnic Inst, of 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
SMALL SAMPLE SEQUENTIAL DETECTION 
Roben Roy Boorstyn. Apr 63, 6lp refs 
Grant [AF-] AFOSR-62-295 
Research rept. no. PIBMRI-1128-63; N63-15437 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Sequential analysis, ♦Statistical tests, 
Communication theory, Sampling, Signal-to-noise ratio. 
Errors, Probability, Feedback, Transformations 
(Mathematics), Statistical processes. Integral equations, 
Partial differential equations. Functions, Communication 
systems. 

Vv'ald's sequential analysis has been applied by many to 
problems in statistical communications. Here, these 
techniques are extended to the class of applications re- 
quiring small sample size, for which the elegant results 

of Wald are inapplicable. The method for solution is 
discussed in detail and then applied to three examples, 
two of which are of extreme importance in communica- 
tions work- -the normal (Gaussian) and Rayleigh distri- 
butions. Briefly, it is demonstrated that even for very 
small average sample sizes a significant improvement 
IS obtained. The results are then compared with those 
of other tests --the sequential test without memory (null- 
zone detection) and fixed sample size tests. Some re- 
marks are included on truncation of sequential tests, 
after which is appended a summary of the relevant re- 
sults of statistical hypothesis testing. (Author) 



Computing Devices 

IS-721 OTS $0.75 

Ames Lab. , Iowa State Univ. of Science and Tech. 
ADDSTORAGE FORTRAN FOR THE IBM 7074/2/4 
D. R. Fitzwater, E. H. Hietbrink, and D. E. 
MgFarland. Sep 63, 28p 
Contract W7405-eng-82 



lS-751 OTS $0.50 

Ames Lab., Iowa Slate Univ. of Science and Tech. 
AMES LABORATORY "SELECTIVE DISSEMINATION 
OF INFORMATION" COMPUTER SYSTEM 
Charles Sage and D. R. Fitzwater. Sep 63, 13p 
Contract W7405-eng-82 

WAPD-T-I447 OTS $1.10 - 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
THE SHIPPINGPORT DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM 
R. T. Dressier. Jan 62, 17p ref 
Contract AT(Il-l)GEN-14 



HW-SA-2523 OTS $2.60 

Hanford Atomic Produas Operation, Richland, Wash 
ADVANCEMENTS IN HIGH SPEED SCANNING 
MONITORING SYSTEMS, HARDWARE AND LOGIC 
R. Sherrard. 9 May 62, 2lp 
Contract AT(45-1)1350 



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PB-163 826 OTS. $12.00 



Hughes Dynamics, Inc. , Lob Angeles, Calif. 
REPORT ON A STUDY OF BEHAVIORAL FACTORS 
IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS 
John A. Postley. (l963l l67p refs 
Grant NSF-C265 



DESCRIPTORS: 'Computers, 'Information retrieval. 
Effect! venefls, 'Attitudes, Tests, 

This study seeks to evaluate the effects of behavioral 
factors on the attainment of the objectives of computer- 
based information retrieval systems. Evidence of the 
need for this study comes from the great variation in 
total effectiveness found in different information sys- 
tems, each with similar operating environments and 
seeking similar objectives. In many of these cases, 
the main differing element is the attitudes of the 
people involved. The problem of assessing the impact 
of behavior in information systems, necessitates 
studying the system as planned as well as the operating 
system, the people involved, and the interaction among 
them. A test to measure attitudes toward computer- 
based information retrieval systems called MIIX), has 
been developed. An accurate description of the infor- 
mation system being evaluated must consider the 
organizational structure, both stated and real, and the 
different functions performed within the system. After 
an organization has been selected, described, and the 
people tested, a determination of the actual and 
potential effectiveness of the system must be made. 
A descriptive analysis of the system studied has been 
useful mainly as a means to Identify problem areas in 
which special corrective measures could be applied. 
Steps in the development of pfi objective criteria rating 
system have been taken. 

UCRL-680I OTS $1.00 

Lawrence Radiation Lab. , Univ. of California, 

Livermore. 
GROM; A TIME DEPENDENT, ONE -DIMENSIONAL, 
MJLTIGROUP NEUTRON DIFFUSION THEORY RE- 
ACTOR BURNUP CODE FOR THE IBM 7094 
G. M. Benson and E. T. Collins. 30 Jun 62, 49p 
Contract W7405-eng-48 



AD-401 489 OTS $7.60 



Lincoln Lab. , Mass. Inst, of Tech. , Lexington. 
IMPROVED TX-2 GATED PULSE AMPLIFIER 
John H. Reaves. 13 Feb 63, 75p 
Contract AF 19(628)500 
Rept. no. 5IG-1: AFESD-TDR-63-38 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Computer systems components, 
'Pulse amplifiers. 'Gates (Circuits), Analysis, 
Recovery, Time, Operatiot^, Capacitance, Resistance 
(Electrical), Damping, Theory, Mathematical analysis. 
Computers, 

An improved gated pulse aniplifier for use in the 
Lincoln Laboratory TX-2 computer and similar applica- 
tions is described. The circuit is analyzed to determine 
the effect of the parameters on pulse width, recovery 
tinie, and other characteristics. A comparison of cal- 
culated and observed waveforms confirms the validity 
of an equivalent circuit that is introduced to explain the 
basic pulse forming action of the amplifier. (Author) 



MECHANICS 



AD-401 III OTS $4.60 

Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp. , Bethpage, N, Y. 
DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF MOTION MEAS- 
URING INSTRUMENTATION FOR THE XCH-6 HYDRO- 
FOIL CRAFT 

W. C. Blaiklock and E. W. Ferris, Jan 63, 47p refs 
Contract Nonr 2695(00) 
Rept. no. MPD 47. 135(R) 

DESCRIPTORS: 'Hydrofoil boats, 'Test equipment, 
Hydrodynamics, Instrumentation, Frequency modula- 
tion. Telemeter systems. Test methods. Noise (Radio), 
Distortion, 

An instrumentation system has been developed to meas- 
ure the motions in a seaway of the XCH-6 hydrofoil 
craft. Each parameter is detected by a transducer, and 
the data are transmitted to a receiving station by an 
FM/FM telemetry link. Data are recorded in the re- 
ceiving station on magnetic tape. A. test program was 
carried out. Machine analyses of por